Guess what Surprising city is developing into Austin’s first ‘hipster suburb,’ according to experts…LEANDER!!!Bridget Brandt 2019-10-30T12:37:30-05:00
Believe it or not, a fast-growing Williamson County suburb could transform into a hipster haven that shares some of East Austin’s cultural DNA. A local housing expert believes Leander possesses all of the ingredients to evolve into the Austin metro area’s first “hipsturbia,” part of nationwide real estate trend.
We just love the release of these new numbers…give us a call if you want to learn more about Leander! 512-259-1907
Life in a boomtown has its perks. Growth brings opportunity.
We’re seeing that more than ever when it comes to housing. The Austin Board of Realtors released its latest housing numbers, and they show the median home price is now $320,000 – a 73% increase in the last 10 years.
We decided to look at the fastest growing ZIP codes in the area, and what we found is that families are increasingly choosing to live outside the Austin city limits.
“The hottest two areas right now are Cedar Park and Leander. The northwest sector of Austin,” said Susan Horton, a longtime Austin Realtor.
April 24, 2019
While the race for the White House and Congress often grips the nation, participation in – and even awareness of – our local elections has significantly declined in recent years.
Ironically, these local elections concern the offices and issues that have clear and immediate implications for voters in their day-to-day lives – arguably more so than federal contests. Such elections are not only for mayors and council positions, but also local judges, sheriffs, clerks, school board members and other officials. Local elections also include community issues that are put directly to voters – through various ballot measures and initiatives.
Bottom line: these are the elections that affect you the most. Your quality of life is on the ballot. Please vote in our upcoming […]
September 24, 2018
Twelve Days of HOPE & Giving is a local fundraising campaign in the city of Leander. A community partnership between Brungot Farms and the Leander Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center. As a team, we address the basic human needs in our community. This annual Christmas campaign is designed to give HOPE (Help Other People Everyday) to our community and its needs, as well as bring a reasonable priced resource of Christmas Trees and Christmas Wreaths to Leander. Combined this will make the holidays brighter for your family, along with many local organizations that provide for our families in need of assistance.
During this campaign, a portion of the sales from […]
May 1, 2018
Small Business Financing in Texas Guide
Business in Texas is booming. While many states have seen a decline in population and business, Texas has seen only growth.
In fact, what sets the state apart from other regions is its potential for business growth and its relative financial support system. Texas is definitely open for business.
Both at the federal and state levels, there are a […]
April 17, 2018
This is a question that plagues many of our local businesses. In our last Lessons in Business meeting we discussed small business benefits. There are many options for your business to consider. Businesses can choose traditional insurance, non-traditional insurance plans, health sharing, and many more options. Our goal at the chamber is to help ensure that you are aware of all of the options available to you and make sure that you understand that there are options for every business at just about every price point.
The session began with Chamber President, Bridget Brandt sharing how the Chamber has moved to Health Sharing for their employees and the process they went through to evaluate this benefit […]
March 23, 2018
This annual event has once again proven itself as one of the most popular events in Leander. The sold out tournament will be held on April 27th. If you didn’t register in time, it’s not too late to participate in the Par-tee Mixer held the evening prior. All members of the Leander Chamber of Commerce are invited to attend. RSVP here.
January 19, 2018
We are excited to announce and share our 2018 Program of Work and the comprehensive goals tied to it.
2018 Program of Work
The Leander Chamber of Commerce will excel as the premier business leadership organization and catalyst for change, growth and prosperity in Leander.
The Leander Chamber of Commerce is a visible, proactive advocate and resource for its member employers and the Leander region. It is committed to advancing our region’s economic vitality and quality of life through the provision of strong leadership and through the formation of dynamic organizational and community partnerships.
Our Unofficial Motto
“The chamber cannot guarantee your success or your profitability, but we can guarantee the right business climate for you to succeed.”
Objectives of […]
St. David’s HealthCare today announced the opening of St. David’s Emergency Center in Leander, which serves as an extension of St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center, a Level II Trauma Center. The 11,200-square-foot emergency center will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, as a full-service emergency department. It is located at 601 St. David’s Loop, between Highway 183 and the 183A Toll Road on San Gabriel Parkway.
“St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center is pleased to bring comprehensive emergency care to the Leander community,” Jeremy Barclay, chief executive officer of St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center, said. “This emergency center is the first phase of what will eventually become a community hospital. We look forward to expanding access […]
December 15, 2017
Reprinted from SmartAsset.com
Texas is a large state with diverse regions. Whether you appreciate the beaches on the Gulf Coast, the rolling plains in the Panhandle or vibrant cities like Austin or Dallas, Texas has something for everyone. But what are the best places in Texas for those looking to settle down and raise a family? Below, SmartAsset combs through the data to find the best places in Texas to raise a family.
In order to find the best cities in Texas to raise a family, we looked at factors like the graduation rate, percent of population age 19 or younger, AP participation rate and percent of students scoring a 3 and above on AP tests. We also considered the family poverty rate, average deficit […]