Flower Mound Market Stats
Small-Town Community Thrives in a Hub of Blossoming Business
Tucked scenically onto the north shore of Grapevine Lake just 25 miles north of Dallas and Fort Worth, the blossoming city of Flower Mound, TX enjoys all the perks of big-city living with the charm and friendly community of a small town. Business blooms throughout the town, yet residents of Flower Mound still take time to celebrate special events, partake in community activities with their neighbors, and spend sunny days in the green grass and shady trees of the area’s many beautiful parks. For those who want to live the good life and have it all, there is Flower Mound.
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Why Do Residents Choose Flower Mound?
Opportunities for Employment
Flower Mound might be a smaller town, but it’s home to plenty of new development that’s drawing major employers to the area. Companies that have recently relocated to Flower Mound include Best Buy Distribution Center and Stryker Communications. Other top employers in the area include Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Communications Test Design, HD Supply, and Nature’s Best. With over 1,000 businesses throughout the community, it’s no surprise that Money Magazine ranked Flower Mound the #2 Best Place to Find a New Job in 2014!
Business is booming throughout the town, and that means new employers, new retail and commercial development, and new housing communities. One such project is the Lakeside Business District, which is currently home to over 3 million square feet of commercial and retail space that includes top retailers, restaurants, and national businesses. Another ongoing development is Denton Creek District, which will feature a live-walk-play environment of retail, residential, commercial, and office development.
Other major commercial areas include Flower Mound Town Center shopping district, Parker Square shopping and residential district, and the Riverwalk at Central Park.
All this big-business and development might seem give Flower Mound a big-city feel, but small-town values and culture are protected through its active and involved community. It’s known for its top-notch events and celebrations, such as the Christmas Parade & Tree-Lighting Ceremony, Independence Fest, Concerts in the Park, Truck Rodeo, Noon Year’s Eve Party, Masquerade Ball, or Arts and Crafts Fair. Additionally, the new Community Activity Center offers a beautiful fitness center, Outdoor Waterpark, and plenty of community programs and rentable facilities.
Outstanding Parks & Recreation
Flower Mound is home to over 50 beautiful parks and recreational facilities covering over 690 acres of developed and undeveloped land. Over 50 miles of paved and unpaved trails and pathways provide truly scenic exploration through town and along the shores of Grapevine Lake—by foot, bike, or horseback!
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