A Glimpse Into the Future of the Booming Austin-San Antonio Corridor

Together, Austin and San Antonio can develop into a powerhouse business and technology region, similar to Dallas-Fort Worth, according to a new report.

Austin and San Antonio have the chance to build something incredibly special in Central Texas. And the folks at Lawnstarter report in 2030, this region will have a 34 percent increase in population to 5.7 million people.

So what’s Lawnstarter’s interest in the regional growth? It provides lawn care service to customers in both Austin and San Antonio. So I guess it will have even more customers with the boom in population.

What Will the Austin-San Antonio Corridor Look Like in 2030?This infographic is brought to you by Lawnstarter San Antonio

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  1. Andrea Currie says:

    My roots began in Silicon Valley, grew a bit in San Diego and now they are aching for some Austin soil. I was surprised by the sheer amount of start-ups in the Austin area. It’s exciting for someone like me who is built for the start-up environment. My husband also has a start-up which he will be moving from San Diego to Austin in the near future. Needless to say we’re both incredibly excited about the Austin start-up scene.

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