From logistics and oil and gas to agriculture and renewable energy, Big Spring’s central West Texas location, access to I-20 and the Ports to Plains Corridor, available space, low tax base and access to a young and talented workforce, sets your business up for success.
Located 40 miles north of Houston along I-45, Conroe, the county seat of Montgomery County, is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. Conroe’s modern, business-friendly atmosphere attracts a wide variety of industries ranging from tourism and dining to distribution, manufacturing, and professional services. Combined with the proximity to Houston’s amenities and gulf coast beaches, it’s no wonder that in Conroe, Texas, More is Made Here.
Gulf Inland Logistics Park is a state-of-the-art manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution center for businesses of all sizes and trades. Located on over 1,350 greenfield acres of land just outside of Houston, Texas, Gulf Inland offers premier rail, road, and port access to meet diversified tenant needs. Sites for sale, lease and build-to-suit are available now.
Waco’s future is bright. We continue to invest in ourselves with new downtown development, tremendous infrastructure improvements and a strong emphasis on neighborhoods and quality of life that everyone can enjoy.
Immediate access to US 281 and SH 36 allows for a bustling community. Beautifully placed in the Edwards Plateau, where the hill country meets the rolling plains, Hamilton offers experiences and opportunities for everyone. With great schools, excellent healthcare, thriving businesses and a hardworking economic development team, the possibilities are endless.
Welcome home to Irving-Las Colinas, an international business hub in the heart of North TX. Irving-Las Colinas’ diverse economy supports 8,500 businesses, more than any other city in North Texas except Dallas. Irving-Las Colinas is one of the most rapidly growing regions in the U.S., with comparable cost for real estate and labor.
Centered at the heart of the USMCA corridor, Port Laredo is the preferred port of entry meeting international trade demands with its strategically positioned location. Laredo is OPEN for Business!!!
With a connection to national and international markets, 12,000 graduates a year and an affordable cost of living, leaders looking to take business to the next level are met with endless opportunities and means of collaboration in Lubbock.
With pristine lakes and Hill Country charm, along with quality of life, Marble Falls offers a strong commercial climate for expanding, relocating or starting your business. The Marble Falls EDC offers corporate location feasibility studies, site selection tours and incentives, including façade improvement grants, low land costs in business parks and potential infrastructure grants.
TexAmericas Center is the 5th ranked industrial park in the nation, and one of the largest mixed-use industrial parks in the Americas, bringing together an unmatched rural land resource of 12,000 acres and 3.5 million square feet of existing commercial and industrial space. TexAmericas Center offers 36 miles of rail, onsite storage, transload and 3PL services, interstate access, reliability and industrial capacity for all infrastructure, favorable costs and a business climate that encourages growth.
Texas: Best State for Business. Pro-Business Economic Development Strategy | Reasonable Regulatory Environment | Ease and Cost of Doing Business | No State Income Tax | Skilled, Diverse Workforce | Tier 1 Universities | Sophisticated Transportation Infrastructure | Affordable, Available Land.
Tomball is a dynamic business community, located just minutes from downtown Houston, the George Bush Intercontinental Airport and the Port of Houston.
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TOP BUSINESS FACILITIES RANKINGS: TEXAS
|#1 Best Business Climate||2023 State Rankings|
|#1 Semiconductors||2023 State Rankings|
|#2 Food Processing||2023 State Rankings|
|#2 Cybersecurity||2023 State Rankings|
|#3 Aerospace/Defense||2023 State Rankings|
|#1 Life Sciences Growth: Austin||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#1 Fastest Growing Cities (Over 50K Pop.): Georgetown||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#2 Industrial Parks: Cedar Port Industrial Park (Baytown)||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#3 Industrial Parks: TexAmericas Center (Bowie County)||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 5 Corporate Headquarters: Dallas/Irving/Plano||2023 Metro Rankings|
A national competition, the 2023 STEM Talent Challenge funds science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) training, fuels regional innovation economies across the U.S.
Frontier Communications' relocation from Connecticut to Texas will support thousands of jobs over next 10 years; Lightbeam Health Solutions' relocation to Dallas doubles its headquarters space.
These communities are successfully attracting healthcare and medical device companies with skilled workforce and cutting-edge facilities.
From startups to established firms, regions with innovative resources and support propel growth throughout many industries.
Plastics companies are strategizing how to boost profitability while satisfying recycling and consumer demands.
There are many critical factors to consider when businesses decide where to locate their corporate headquarters.
Metro areas and cities of all sizes are recognized for attracting and retaining businesses from numerous industry sectors in the 2023 Metro Rankings Report
Business Facilities' 2023 State, Metro, Global Rankings help site selection professionals evaluate locations for corporate expansion.
Centrally located in the thriving Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Irving-Las Colinas is recognized as the “Headquarters of Headquarters,” with more Fortune 1000 global headquarters per capita than any other city in Texas.
With an expansion of its warehouse facility in Temple, Texas, beverage supplier Niagara Bottling will create 14 jobs.
In an exclusive to Business Facilities, Texas Governor Greg Abbott shares economic development, higher education, workforce training, infrastructure, and innovation programs passed during the 88th legislative session.
An agriculture data and technology company, PLANT-AS will invest $510 million in Amarillo and more than $670 million in Lubbock. Plus, news from Fort Worth and Flower Mound.
Business Facilities Annual State Rankings highlight high-growth sectors, including Aerospace/Defense, Automotive, Life Sciences, Semiconductors, and Film & Television.
Business Facilities 2023 State Rankings reveal Business Climate, Workforce Training, Tech Talent leaders. Plus, the electric vehicle industry drives new growth.
Locations are emphasizing available commercial real estate to attract companies, and business owners are finding sites with amenities that fit the bill.
Workforce training programs are addressing evolving industries, labor force demands, and speed to market needs of business.
West Texas welcomes three companies that will invest $50M in Lubbock, as well as Albers Aerospace, who will invest $500M in Amarillo.
Support from federal and local governments has allowed ports across the United States to increase its import and export capabilities.
The Lone Star State does things big. Leadership looks to keep business growth going with tax cuts, incentives support, and top talent.
Business Facilities' 1st Annual EDO Awards recognize innovative or impactful programs and initiatives aimed at improving the communities they serve.