In the mid-1960s, Hunt began acquiring land that would become DFW Freeport. That same year, Dallas and Fort Worth purchased the first 176 acres for Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Today, this property is strategically located 550-acre international business park fronts two major highways, Interstate 635 on the north and State Highway 114 on the south, both of which have a Freeport Parkway exit. It is within Foreign Trade Zone 39.

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DFW Freeport Business Park is home to major multinational corporations, including Nissan Motor Company, American Honda Motor Company, Allstate Insurance and Federal Home Loan Bank.

DFW Freeport was developed and managed by one of Hunt's operating and development partners, Woodbine Development Corporation.