The campus has 165 acres with 135 still to be developed. Four modern buildings offering Class A office space in Central Texas, with plans for additional office space built to suit new tenants.
Location is on Loop 363 with four-lane access to Interstate 35 both north and southbound offering easy access to:
Waco – 35 miles
Austin – 69 miles
Bryan/College Station – 75
DFW Airport – 145
San Antonio – 148
Houston – 170
Modern technology communications connections plus daily fresh food trucks enhance our beautifully landscaped property.
Lots of outdoor recreation opportunities in Central Texas with nearby state parks and lakes, plus it’s just a short drive to Austin for major shopping, dining and entertainment options.
We’re two miles from the Temple airport with a 24-hour, 7000-foot runway.
Temple sits on Interstate 35 on the western side of the triangle that connects Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Houston, and lies within one of the most significant population and business concentrations in the country.
Affordable Skilled Workforce
Temple’s vast labor force draws from six counties and includes Fort Hood, which provides a ready-made job pool of exiting military personnel who are well-trained and highly skilled; approximately 500 military personnel separate from Fort Hood every month seeking civilian employment.
There are three major research universities within 90 minutes, plus a dozen additional universities, colleges and technical schools:
Texas A&M University
University of Texas
SmartAsset ranked Temple as one of The Best American Cities to Work in Tech in 2018.
Using data for 190 cities and comparing them across metrics like average salary, average cost of living, tech employment concentration, unemployment rate and ratio of average pay-to-tech pay, Temple made the Top 25 list.
Lower Cost of Living
Occupancy cost of offices can be 30% lower than the metro areas of Austin, Dallas and Houston. Space may be leased or owned.
Easy commutes with good traffic flow and ample parking adjacent to the buildings make life easier for your employees.
The Cost of Living Index shows Temple has lower prices for consumer goods, services and housing. When applied to wages and salaries, the result is a measure of relative purchasing power. The cost of living is 16.9% lower in Temple, Texas, than the U.S. average.
A more affordable option to major metro areas, Temple gives both you and your employees a better life, resulting in lower employee turnover.
Our vision for the future combined with your vision for your business will achieve great things together at The Lakes at Central Pointe.