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A great place to do business!

Centrally located in the Killeen-Temple MSA region.  Nolanville is in the sweet spot of opportunity!

We maintain our small town charm with access to the larger metropolitan area.  Our country-scape is beautiful and located minutes from Stillhouse Lake and Belton Lake. 

DIRECT ACCESS TO I-14

LOCATED MIDWAY

BETWEEN DALLAS & AUSTIN

COME GROW WITH NOLANVILLE!

KILLEEN-TEMPLE

METRO POPULATION 

KILLEEN-TEMPLE 

WORKFORCE - JOBS

CENTRAL TEXAS EXP/I-14

VEHICLES PER DAY

448,112

ESRI 2019 

187,891

ESRI 2019 

58,065

TXDOT AADT 2019

Texas Economic Snapshot

The Texas economy continues to recover from the impacts of the global pandemic and remains one of the strongest and most diverse economies in the nation. Below is a snapshot of the state's economic status:

  • Texas unemployment rate was 6.5% for June 2021. (Texas Workforce Commission)

  • Texas gained 55,800 nonfarm jobs in June 2021. (Texas Workforce Commission)

  • Texas factory activity expanded in June 2021, for the thirteenth month in a row. (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)

  • Service sector activity slowed in June 2021. (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)

  • Retail sales activity fell for a second month in a row in June 2021, but still remains higher than the lowest point during the pandemic. (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)

  • In June 2021, there were more than 52 new project locations announced in Texas by various news sources. The projects are expected to create $429.2 million in capital investment and 2,972 new jobs. (EDT Research)

  • In May 2021, Texas exports totaled approximately $30.11 billion, up from $15.8 billion in May 2020. (USA Trade)

  • Initial unemployment claims through the week ending July 10, 2021, continues to be lower than the highest spike in April 2020. (Texas Workforce Commission)

  • The Texas workforce was 14 million in April 2021, up from 13 million in May 2020. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

  • Hotel performance is ahead of expectations through mid-July, with an occupancy rate of close to 70%, driven by leisure travel demand. (STR, Texas Comptroller's Office)

  • Since April 2020, 437,300 jobs in leisure and hospitality have been recovered. (Texas Workforce Commission)

Texas Economic Snapshot

  • WalletHub's list of Best States to Start a Business ranked Texas #1 in 2021.

  • Texas is home to three of the top ten most affordable cities to start a coding career, according to Coding Dojo's Ranking: Dallas #1, Leander #2 and Houston #6.

  • CNBC's list of America's Top States for Business in 2021 ranked Texas at #4.

  • U.S. News & World Report's list of Best Places to Live ranked Austin #5, Dallas-Fort Worth #37, Houston #39, San Antonio #75, Killeen #114, Beaumont #124, Corpus Christi #129, El Paso #131, McAllen #139 and Brownsville #140. 

  • Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio all rank in the top 50 of CBRE's 2021 Scoring Tech Talent.

  • 2ThinkNow's ranking of the Top 100 World's Most Innovative Cities ranked Dallas-Fort Worth at #6 and Houston at #8.

  • Houston is ranked #7 among large cities on fDi Intelligence's list of America's Cities of the Future. Plano and Irving ranked #9 and #10, respectively, among small cities.

  • The Points Guy ranked two Texas airlines in the Top 10 Best U.S. Airlines: Southwest #2 and American #5.

Resources

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