City of Hutto, Perfect Game development recognized with YTexas business award


The city of Hutto and its Perfect Game project were acknowledged as the recipient of the “All-In Award” from YTexas, a business recognition for companies relocating, expanding or growing in Texas, at YTexas’ annual awards dinner Sept. 27 in Dallas.

The award recognized Perfect Game, Hutto, and Legacy Development for their contributions to the construction of the city’s upcoming multi-use development, anchored by Perfect Game and estimated to bring in more than 700,000 visitors to Hutto each year, per the release. Per the project’s construction timeline, the Perfect Game site is estimated to open in Hutto on Memorial Day weekend 2021.

“As the largest economic development project the City of Hutto has ever seen, we are proud to announce Perfect Game as this year’s All-In award winner,” YTexas CEO and Founder Ed Curtis said during the awards ceremony. “The $200-million impact the project will have in Hutto alone, along with the company’s commitment to hiring Texans for its expansion, make Perfect Game the hands down winner for this year’s event. We welcome the entire team and Ford family to Texas.”

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  1. Hutto resident

    Nice to see some positive coming from this project. I am excited to see where this takes Hutto.

    • Where this takes Hutto is a great BIG traffic jam on 79. It’s bad enough now just wait when this project (Perfect Game) and the 450 home subdivision on the south side of 79 just across from Perfect Game. Hutto keeps allowing restaurants to be built in the 1 block area on 79 and 685. I’ve lived in Hutto for 16 years and Hutto doesn’t prepare the infrastructure needed. Just show Hutto $$ and they’ll deal with issues later.

      • Hutto resident

        Growth is great and the city is managing the infrastructure along the way. With growth comes traffic and we will live with it or move out in the country until thatbgrwlows as well.

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Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from upstate New York, she relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.
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