Two great Texas cities. One huge opportunity.
The partnership cities boast low city and county tax wages, aggressive incentive packages, fast-track permitting and a mulicultural – skilled workforce with a strong work ethic. Located within the region is the Central Texas Technology Center, a workforce training center that has helped train some of the 450,000 available workforce in the area.
The 10/35 region is located on Ih-35 and IH-10, close proximity to San Antonio and Austin. Less than 60-minutes from the Toyota manufacturing plant, the region hosts Caterpillar Engine Plant that employes nearly 1500. Additionally, the nearest port in San Antonio is 30-minutes away and 2 1/2 hours to Ports of Corpus Christi and Houston. It is only a 1-day drive to trade gateways into Mexico, Central and South America.
Quality of Life
Located at the foothills of the Texas Hill Country, the region has state recognized public, private and parochial schools, state of the art healthcare facilities, hundreds of acres of park recreation including two rivers, a lake and America’s most popular waterpark: Schlitterbahn.
Suburban counties in the Austin and San Antonio metropolitan areas were among the fastest-growing in the nation between 2016 and 2017, according to figures the Census Bureau released late Wednesday. In the Austin area, Hays, Williamson and Caldwell counties were among the fast-growing at 4.96 percent, 3.75 percent and 2.99 percent, respectively. Caldwell County, which […]read more
Traffic has become more congested in Comal County as the area has experienced consistent population growth since 2010. The area was ranked the second-fastest growing county in the nation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s latest population estimates just released. Learn more…read more
The city of New Braunfels has adopted an economic development strategic plan (2017-21) with five goals. They center on the topics of workforce housing, quality of place, entrepreneurship, regional transit and real estate development. Today’s article will focus on the real estate development goal. New Braunfels has done very well with parts of the commercial […]read more