Sugar Land, A Sweet Place To Live
To be ranked the third best place to live in the whole U.S.A, Sugar Land Texas is a sweet place to be at. This place is a growing and prosperous location to be in for its 74,000 residents.
The Sugar Land Town Square is an awesome market place to visit with plenty of shops, concerts and fashion shows. There are many options for casual or fine dining in this smaller city 20 miles southwest from Houston, Texas and plenty of things for residents and visitors to do. The town prides itself in being committed to its citizens for quality services.
From an economic development standpoint, the city is increasing steadily in its’ infrastructure. Because it’s so close to Houston, Sugar Land supports the Houston economy and shares in many of its’ resources and entertainment facilities. It’s a short drive to the NASA space center, Houston Zoo and Six Flags Park as well as many museums and sports complexes to support Houston’s teams. It’s a great commuter town with many local employment options as well.
From an historic standpoint, Sugar Land was named after a sugar plantation in the 1800’s and they area was also surrounded by cotton fields and other agriculture. This city is proud of its’ Texan heritage and is also poised to move forward with state of the art facilities and involvement in effective community growth plans. Officials are proud of the fact that the crime levels are very low for this area and that the economy is so prosperous and drawing in new residents. What a great place to work and raise a family!
A new large convention center being built centrally to further the economy and support the convention, meeting and visitor needs of the area.
The real estate market in Sugar Land is booming with plenty of planning and building. There are plans in the works for expansions to include communities for every home budget from starter and retirement homes or custom executive estates and many are planned with beautiful designs and environmentally friendly green belt areas. Prices for homes range from $130,000.00 to over $1 million. There are waterfront properties or greenbelt homes and plenty of incentive to live in these planned neighborhoods.
This continued growth will benefit the local area and its economy and allow people wanting to move out into the suburbs more choices with planned medical facilities, schools and many new shopping and recreational needs being met for the growing population.