Texas’ Best Suburbs

Recently, Thrillest Media Group did a great article on the “Best Suburbs in America.” This month, I thought I would share with you Thrillest’s top Texas picks for best suburbs. It is no secret that as Americans flock to Texas, our cities will get crowded. We have already seen a trend in city dwellers moving out to the suburbs or even all the way out to the country. Known as experts in food, drink, travel, and even fashion – Thrillest based their search for best suburbs on 3 main things:

  1. a decent food and drink scene
  2. a reasonable commute
  3. a local uniqueness or history

First up, just outside of Austin with a population of just over 100,000 is Round Rock, Texas. Not only can you buy more home for less outside of the city, but you get some seriously delicious eats too! According to Thrillest the must try spots are Hopdaddy, Greenhouse Craft Food, Round Rock Donuts, and Flix Brewhouse – a movie theater + microbrewery! Cheers!

Next up, just outside of Dallas-Fort Worth with a population of just over 160,000 is McKinney, Texas. Talk about local flare, McKinney boasts a scenic downtown and good eats at Square Burger, Cadillac Pizza Pub, Harvest, and don’t forget to try the Zin Zen Wine Bar!

Next up, just outside of Houston with a population just over 100,000 is Pearland, Texas. With the recent addition of Killen’s Barbecue and Killen’s Steakhouse, Pearland is quickly becoming a foodie’s dream!

Finally, our personal favorite Texas suburb, just outside of San Antonio with a population of just over 66,000 is New Braunfels. Are you looking for outdoor recreation? They have two rivers and the nation’s largest waterpark. Is it culture you’re looking for? Their German heritage is celebrated every year at Wurstfest and boast Texas’ oldest dance hall (Gruene Hall). Is the way to your heart through delicious food? You must try the Gristmill. New Braunfels has it all!

Are you looking to buy or sell commercial property near one of these hot markets? I am happy to invest in you and your real estate dreams. Email me today at bkastle@kastleman.com!

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