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College Station-Bryan hits the list at no. 5.
Mac Haik Hospitality COO Ted Ent on the ease of developing Embassy Suites in College Station, and the technique he calls “hotel folklore.”
“University Drive is no longer…wide-open…with the occasional cow.”
“…we may also see the shift of some business to small and mid-sized cities, which constituted 10 of the top 12 fastest growing areas for business service jobs, led by such diverse places as Wausau, Wisc., Monroe, Mich., and College Station, Texas.”
The roster of tenants filling out College Station’s forthcoming Century Square added four new members Thursday, including a mix of local and national businesses.
The College Station City Council approved zoning changes Thursday to allow for commercial development on six different properties, half of which have frontage along Texas 6.
This is the third edition of “Is This a Thing?” with Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz, who talks about restaurants and retail that are more than just a rumor.
College Station’s new, bigger Academy Sports + Outdoors opened its doors June 23, just about a mile south on Texas 6 from its previous location.
Alarms.org has released its 2017 rankings of Safest Colleges in America. Texas A&M University’s College Station campus, which enrolls more than 60,000 students, is listed as the nation’s 39th-safest campus. The rankings are based on multiple factors applied to more than 2,000 four-year colleges and universities.