biomedicalThe Bryan – College Station Research Valley’s Bio-Corridor is located at the intersection of Hwy 60 and Hwy 47.

Most of the area is located along Raymond Stotzer Parkway however about 820 acres of the designated area is located on Hwy 47 which runs from The A&M College of Veterinary Medicine located on Hwy 60, past the newly built 100,000 sf A&M Health Science Center to Texas A&M Riverside Campus.

Below is a rough outline of where the Bio-Medical Research Valley is located.

The development of this corridor has been in the works for many years and it is planned to be an epicenter of biomedical technology to include research, clinical studies, & the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, devices and vaccines.

biomedical2Plans are also to include a town center with residential homes, retail locations and other mixed-use developments.

With the twin cities of Bryan – College Station still maintaining a hometown feel, the development of the Bio-Corridor will be a great boost to the local economy and a great place to live, work and play.

Home buyers and sellers will also benefit from this development. Bryan – College Station will see an influx of new residents which means new home home buyers and renters.

Bryan – College Station has always seen a large number of residents leave after completing their studies at Texas A&M only to see them want to return to this great community to carry out their professional career and raise their families.

All homes for sale buttonWe also have a large number of retirees who want to return or remain in this thriving community due to the Aggie spirit, the great availability of medical services and the central location to larger cities such as Houston, Austin and Dallas.

All of these people moving into the community need homes.

For more information on this great development and on the growth of Bryan – College Station, here is the Bryan Business Council site.