The Greenbelt development in Greenville from Wildcatter Realty Partners [Image: Wildcatter]
Dallas-based Wildcatter Realty Partners has announced the launch of The Greenbelt, a 325-acre master-planned, mixed-use development in Greenville, 50 miles northeast of Dallas. Groundbreaking for the project’s first development is slated for Q1 2023.
“When fully built out, The Greenbelt will include residential, commercial, cultural, institutional and entertainment destinations for everyone,” Wildcatter Realty Partners SVP Ted Murphy said in a statement.
The project will be linked by “hike-and-bike trails, a disc golf course, family-friendly parks, water features and natural wooded areas,” Murphy added.“The first-of-its-kind development in Greenville, our plans are tethered to creating a unique space to relax, rediscover and reconnect.”
Bordered by I-30, Monty Stratton Parkway, State Highway 34 (Wesley Street) and FM 1570, the site is about four miles south of downtown Greenville.
“Greenville is a progressive town with a traditional attitude that embraces a comfortable yet vibrant lifestyle,” Murphy said. “A prime location, along with excellent amenities and services, makes the Hunt County submarket a highly desirable place to live, work and play. The Greenbelt provides a community of opportunity, connected by nature and timeless architecture.”
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