Map: Where the new Central Texas Texans liveMap: Where the new Central Texas Texans livehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=45832014-03-25T13:49:00Z2014-03-25T00:00:00Z

AUSTIN - It's no secret that people are moving to the Austin area in droves. Attracted by a booming economy, the city attracts a net 110 new residents every day, according to the City of Austin Demographer Ryan Robinson. And that's just for the city limits. Central Texas as a whole gets an estimated 150 newcomers a day.

The areas most heavily preferred by Central Texas' new Texans include Round Rock, Pflugerville and West Austin. A Round Rock Census Tract which encompasses the Eagle Ridge subdivision and Ikea claims the largest number of the area's new Texans, with an estimated 975 people.

The second largest concentration of new Central Texas Texans can be found in the Steiner Ranch subdivision in West Austin, with an estimated 829 new Texas residents.

The third largest concentration of new Central Texas Texans is a tad closer to the heart of the city. Bounded by the MoPac railroad to the west, Research Blvd. to the south and Walnut Creek and Duval Rd. to the North, the area around The Domain shopping center claims an estimated 776 residents who have moved to the state in the last year.

See the map showing new arrivals to the city and more at the Austin Business Journal.

Austin Business Journal
Austin-Round Rock
Demographics & Population
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