SWBC Real Estate Purchase Land in Buda for Multi-Family Development

Press Releases February 20, 2019
SWBC Real Estate Purchase Land in Buda for Multi-Family Development

SAN ANTONIO/DALLAS (February 20, 2019) – SWBC Real Estate, LLC, announced that it recently purchased 16.6 acres of land located in Buda, Texas, for the development of The Royalton at Sunfield™ – a new 300-unit Class A multi-family property. The Royalton at Sunfield will be situated one mile east of Interstate 35, on Main Street, adjacent to the north entrance of the new Sunfield residential master-planned community.

The Royalton at Sunfield will be comprised of three-story apartment buildings, constructed of stucco and brick veneer exteriors. The average size unit will be 908 square feet with one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units. Stylish interior features include hardwood-style floor and granite countertops in kitchens and bathrooms, a stainless steel designer appliance package, built-in wine racks, generous walk-in closets and storage, and washer/dryer hook-ups. A portion of first-floor units will also have private yards and direct access garages. Tenants will also enjoy a first-class clubhouse with a resort-style pool, sunning decks, and Wi-Fi capability; outdoor gathering areas and grills; a state-of-the-art fitness center; a dog park; and Amazon/package lockers.

“Buda is a rapidly growing community situated just south of Austin, along the I-35 corridor,” said Stuart Smith, Senior Vice President of SWBC Real Estate. “With the continuous growth between San Antonio and Austin, as well as being in close proximity to San Marcos, we feel that we will be able to cater to a broad range of tenants from all over the area.”

“This is a great location in the heart of the vibrant Sunfield community, said James Fagan, CEO and Chairman of Scarborough Land Development. “As Buda continues to boom, the area needs more housing that is reasonably priced for young families.”

In addition to the amenities developed specifically for The Royalton at Sunfield, tenants will also be able to take advantage of being located next to the Sunfield neighborhood, which will offer bike trails, park areas, and other amenities.

SWBC Real Estate plans to begin construction in May 2019. The proposed total construction time from start to finish is 20 months. The architect for the project is Cross Architects, and the engineering firm is Kimley Horn.

About SWBC Real Estate

SWBC Real Estate, LLC is owned by SWBC Enterprises, Ltd. SWBC Real Estate is managed by an experienced team of real estate professionals located in Dallas, Texas, with a primary focus in multi-family development. SWBC Enterprises, Ltd.  Is owned by Charlie Amato and Gary Dudley, co-founders of SWBC. As a diversified financial services company, SWBC provides financial institutions, businesses, and individuals a wide range of insurance, mortgages, wealth management, employee benefits, and more. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, SWBC has partners and divisions across all 50 states and manages business around the world. No matter how wide its reach, SWBC always listens to its customers’ needs, analyzes their current situations, and recommends customized solutions. For more information about our innovative approach to personalized service, visit SWBC’s website at


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