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East Montgomery County Improvement District

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FM 2090 & I 69/US 59

The population in this area is estimated to grow by 7.1 percent in the next five years, up from 21,863 in 2016. Since 2010, the number of residents is expected to have grown from 20,045 to 23,415, a 16.8 percent increase in the population. 

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SR 242 & I 69/US 59

The population in this area is estimated to grow by 7.2 percent in the next five years, up from 27,492 in 2016. Over the course of a little over a decade, beginning in 2010, the number of residents is expected to have grown from 25,108 to 29,471, a 17 percent increase in the population.

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Map1485FM 1485 & I 69/US 59

The population in this area is estimated to grow by 3,906 residents, or 9.4 percent, in the next five years. Over the course of a little over a decade, beginning in 2010, the number of residents is expected to have grown by 25.9 percent, from 36,115 to 45,465.

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Community Drive & I 69/US 59

Now connected to the Grand Parkway, this area is expected to have very quick retail growth. The population has grown by 16.2 percent since 2010, putting the number of residents in a 5-mile radius at 74,765 in 2016. Residential growth is expected to increase by another 7,326 people by 2021.

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FM 1314 & I 69/US 59

 

 

The population in this area is estimated to grow 9.2 percent in the next five years, from 96,610 to 105,498. That's an incredible expected increase of 25.3 percent from 2010, when the population was just over 84,000.

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Northpark Drive & I 69/US 59

An area of immense growth, the Northpark Drive and I 69/US 59 corridor has grown 15.9 percent since 2010. Its expected growth through 2021 puts the population at 118,165. That's a 27.1 percent increase since 2010.

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MapKingwoodKingwood Drive & I 69/US 59

The area of Kingwood Drive and I 69/US 59 grew from 110,766 residents in 2010 to 127,742 in 2016, a 15.3 percent increase. It's expected to grow by another 12,263 residents, or 9.6 percent, in the next five years. Overall, that's an estimated 26.4 percent increase since 2010.

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Retail Market Potential Opportunity Gap