New Report: Central Texas Market Trends, Preferences And Opportunities


The Central Texas five-county metropolitan area is projected to double in population by 2035,adding about 1.7 million new residents. Change will be unprecedented. About a fifth of the growth to 2035 will be attributable to seniors. The percentage of households with children will continue to decline. Preferences for housing types will change. Aging suburban corridors will become ripe for redevelopment.

What can local governments do now to be prepared?

Central Texas Market Trends, Preferences And Opportunities was written by the Metropolitan Research Center and Dr. Arthur C. Nelson, FAICP, renowned pioneer of research in growth management, urban containment, public facility finance, economic development, and metropolitan development patterns.

Please download the full report in PDF format above. You may also review the Dec 11th presentation slides from Dr. Nelson and Scott Polikov