An interesting article in The Eagle recently alluded to the fact that College Station’s city hub may be moving. Now that doesn’t mean that the brick and mortar is literally being picked up and will be put down elsewhere, like in “The Wizard of Oz”, but it does suggest that an interesting shift is going on in this college town, simply because of the increased development and economic boon that is happening in the south part of the city. This summer, both Lowe’s and H-E-B will celebrate their grand openings at the intersection of Texas 6 and William D. Fitch Parkway. As the intersection and area continue to grow with casual restaurants and the influx of retail shops, College Station’s center may actually become a gateway to the south into Brazos County and areas like Brenham and Navasota. For those who are considering purchasing a new home in these surrounding communities—people who perhaps are looking to benefit from offerings and economics of Texas A&M University without having to live in the middle of campus—buying a new home in these growing areas makes smart real estate sense.
Land value is increasing as well, including the city-owned, 300-acre parcel, where Lowe’s is located, which has doubled in value since the city acquired the property. With other similar areas of development happening in College Station, and the addition of more retail, restaurants, a Super WalMart, and even a growing “medical drive,” new home buyers will find the convenience they need without being experiencing the impact of a college lifestyle.
Clearly, College Station and its surrounding southern areas are a hotbed for economic growth and development. Your new home, built to your design with your dreams in mind, could be in this desirable area that offers so much promise. Email us to learn more about how we can help you begin to build your new home today or visit us online at: www-stylecraft-builders.com.
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