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Rapid growth brings new businesses to south College Station

KBTX-TV – As more people are moving to South College Station, businesses are following right behind them. The Tower Point shopping center has a large number of projects in the works with PetSmart, Gold’s Gym, Bahama Buck’s, Jimmy Changas, and Freddy’s coming to the area.

Construction delayed at new Chimney Hill development

KBTX-TV – From State Highway 6 to Northgate, there are redevelopment projects that will transform this primary gateway to Texas A&M University.

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Featured in Retail

> Gateway College Station | 1.1 AC | Map
> Lone Star Pavilion | 6,000 / 8,875 SF | Map
> Northpoint Crossing | 55,000 SF Boutique Retail & Restaurant | Map
> Providence Park | Multiple Sites | Map
> South College Station at Rock Prairie (1) | 5 acres, 13 acres | Map
> South College Station at Rock Prairie (2)| Multiple Sites | Map
> South College Station at Sebesta Rd | 49 AC | Map
> South College Station at WDF Pkwy (2) | 38 acres | Map
> Tower Point | Multiple Sites | Map
> University Drive | 80,478 SF | Map
> University Drive at Turkey Creek | Multiple Sites | Map
> University Town Center | 13,195 / 18,686 / 26,389 SF (3 sites) | Map

B/CS Chamber Economic Outlook Conference Shows Strong Past, Uncertain Future

WTAW-AM – At the 2016 B/CS Chamber Economic Outlook Conference Wednesday the numbers and speakers both said 2015 was a record year for the state and local economies.

Expansion in South College Station

Aloft College Station Hotel Opens in Texas

CS Council Acts on Three New Developments

Forbes ranks B-CS No. 2 nationally for business, careers

Bryan-College Station is ranked No. 2 nationally and No. 1 in Texas on Forbes’ 2014 list of the Best Small Places for Business and Careers. No other Texas city ranks in the top 35.

In compiling the list, Forbes considered 12 factors related to jobs, business costs, living costs, income growth, quality of life and education. Forbes used data from Moody’s Analytics, the U.S. Census and Sperling’s BestPlaces.

Forbes ranks B-CS No. 8 in job growth, No. 17 in education and No. 22 in cost of doing business.

The ranking is the highest for Bryan-College Station on Forbes’ annual list, which includes cities with populations under 250,000. This is the fourth straight year the community has ranked in the top 10. B-CS was ranked No. 5 last year, No. 6 in 2012, and No. 9 in 2011.

Four Texas cities made Forbes’ best large metros list – No. 13 Dallas, No. 15 Houston, No. 16 San Antonio and No. 19 Austin. All are located within a three-hour drive of B-CS.

Forbes’ Top 10 Small U.S. Cities for Business and Careers

(250,000 pop. or less)

  1. Fargo, N.D.
  2. College Station, Texas
  3. Mankato, Minn.
  4. Logan, Utah
  5. Sioux Falls, S.D.
  6. Columbia, Mo.
  7. Palm Coast, Fla.
  8. Dubuque, Iowa
  9. Lafayette, Ind.
  10. Auburn, Ala.
Forbes’ Top 10 Small Texas Cities for Business and Careers

(250,000 pop. or less / National Rank)

  1. College Station (2)
  2. Amarillo (38)
  3. San Angelo (43)
  4. Longview (49)
  5. Waco (53)
  6. Midland (62)
  7. Longview (72)
  8. Tyler (79)
  9. Odessa (80)
  10. Sherman (86)
National Recognition

The Bryan-College Station area has received national recognition in a variety of economic and social categories since 2010. For a complete list, go to cstx.gov.

 

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Rapid growth brings new businesses to south College Station

KBTX-TV – As more people are moving to South College Station, businesses are following right behind them. The Tower Point shopping center has a large number of projects in the works with PetSmart, Gold’s Gym, Bahama Buck’s, Jimmy Changas, and Freddy’s coming to the area.

Construction delayed at new Chimney Hill development

KBTX-TV – From State Highway 6 to Northgate, there are redevelopment projects that will transform this primary gateway to Texas A&M University.

Available Properties

For Sale

> All Properties For Sale
> Office For Sale
> Retail For Sale
> Industrial For Sale
> Land For Sale
* powered by LoopNet.com

For Lease

> All Properties For Lease
> Office For Lease
> Retail For Lease
> Industrial For Lease
* powered by LoopNet.com

Featured in Retail

> Gateway College Station | 1.1 AC | Map
> Lone Star Pavilion | 6,000 / 8,875 SF | Map
> Northpoint Crossing | 55,000 SF Boutique Retail & Restaurant | Map
> Providence Park | Multiple Sites | Map
> South College Station at Rock Prairie (1) | 5 acres, 13 acres | Map
> South College Station at Rock Prairie (2)| Multiple Sites | Map
> South College Station at Sebesta Rd | 49 AC | Map
> South College Station at WDF Pkwy (2) | 38 acres | Map
> Tower Point | Multiple Sites | Map
> University Drive | 80,478 SF | Map
> University Drive at Turkey Creek | Multiple Sites | Map
> University Town Center | 13,195 / 18,686 / 26,389 SF (3 sites) | Map

B/CS Chamber Economic Outlook Conference Shows Strong Past, Uncertain Future

WTAW-AM – At the 2016 B/CS Chamber Economic Outlook Conference Wednesday the numbers and speakers both said 2015 was a record year for the state and local economies.

Expansion in South College Station

Aloft College Station Hotel Opens in Texas

CS Council Acts on Three New Developments

Forbes ranks B-CS No. 2 nationally for business, careers

Bryan-College Station is ranked No. 2 nationally and No. 1 in Texas on Forbes’ 2014 list of the Best Small Places for Business and Careers. No other Texas city ranks in the top 35.

In compiling the list, Forbes considered 12 factors related to jobs, business costs, living costs, income growth, quality of life and education. Forbes used data from Moody’s Analytics, the U.S. Census and Sperling’s BestPlaces.

Forbes ranks B-CS No. 8 in job growth, No. 17 in education and No. 22 in cost of doing business.

The ranking is the highest for Bryan-College Station on Forbes’ annual list, which includes cities with populations under 250,000. This is the fourth straight year the community has ranked in the top 10. B-CS was ranked No. 5 last year, No. 6 in 2012, and No. 9 in 2011.

Four Texas cities made Forbes’ best large metros list – No. 13 Dallas, No. 15 Houston, No. 16 San Antonio and No. 19 Austin. All are located within a three-hour drive of B-CS.

Forbes’ Top 10 Small U.S. Cities for Business and Careers

(250,000 pop. or less)

  1. Fargo, N.D.
  2. College Station, Texas
  3. Mankato, Minn.
  4. Logan, Utah
  5. Sioux Falls, S.D.
  6. Columbia, Mo.
  7. Palm Coast, Fla.
  8. Dubuque, Iowa
  9. Lafayette, Ind.
  10. Auburn, Ala.
Forbes’ Top 10 Small Texas Cities for Business and Careers

(250,000 pop. or less / National Rank)

  1. College Station (2)
  2. Amarillo (38)
  3. San Angelo (43)
  4. Longview (49)
  5. Waco (53)
  6. Midland (62)
  7. Longview (72)
  8. Tyler (79)
  9. Odessa (80)
  10. Sherman (86)
National Recognition

The Bryan-College Station area has received national recognition in a variety of economic and social categories since 2010. For a complete list, go to cstx.gov.

 

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