Just 30 minutes southeast of Austin via State Highway 71, Bastrop, Texas, is close to all the action but worlds away from the congestion. It is centrally located in the heart of the Texas Triangle, offering easy access to Houston, San Antonio and Dallas/Fort Worth. Bastrop offers a cost-effective labor force of 72,000-plus within a 45-minute commute and a retail trade area that spans more than 180,000 people.
Bastrop is just 22 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, providing companies with convenient air transportation around the globe. Austin's primary employment centers are a 40-minute drive away. Bastrop sits at the intersection of three major divided highways - SH 21, 71 and 95 - for outstanding regional connectivity, while the Union Pacific rail line is directly adjacent to the Bastrop Business and Industrial Park. Bastrop and its business park are served by the Highway 71 fiber corridor, with 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet fiber cable available at key locations.
The State Highway 130 Tollway, a speedier alternative to I-35, is just 20 miles away. Completion of Highway 71's expansion and other infrastructure improvements now underway further improve mobility.
Beyond the business value of its "Silicon Hills" location, Bastrop offers an exceptional quality of life thanks to its tranquil setting amid the natural beauty of Central Texas' Lost Pines eco-region. Residents and visitors alike enjoy its extensive Colorado River frontage, wooded state parks, three golf courses and Lake Bastrop, providing abundant recreational opportunities.