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Find the latest Cedar Park homes and real estate MLS listings for Austin Texas suburbs right now. Just 16 miles from the center of Texas state capitol Austin, Cedar Park offers all of the advantages of big-city living in a quieter setting. At the same time, it's a dynamic, fast-growing community with excellent schools and terrific employment opportunities. These factors combined with several pro sport teams along with parks, restaurants, the Cedar Park Regional Medical Center, and a strong sense of community make this Austin suburb an excellent choice for home buyers in search of a great quality of life.

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Living in Cedar Park Texas

Cedar Park has a population of over 82,000. It is located in Williamson County with a small part of it extending into Travis County. Major retailers include Whole Foods, Costco, Super Target, Randalls, Academy Sports, and Outdoors, Costco, and Sprouts Farmers Market. There are several major shopping centers in the area as well as smaller boutiques, movie theaters, restaurants, wineries and breweries. The construction of a major convention center and hotel has been proposed along with a Nebraska Furniture Market store and additional commercial development, with construction beginning in 2024.

Construction is also underway on a mixed-used area known as the Bell District. This walkable neighborhood will include offices, residences, retail, restaurants, a library, and ample parking. Phase One should open in 2024.

Cedar Park is less expensive than nearby Austin. The median household spends around $76,500 annually, with around $16,000 of that going toward housing. Property taxes are low, with sales tax revenue allowing the city to maintain robust service for residents. Many of the homes for sale were built in the last 20 years and are single-family homes although there are also townhouses and villas.

Residents rate Cedar Park highly as both an excellent place to raise children as well as an excellent place to retire.

Cedar Park Community

Cedar Park offers a mix of small-town values and big-city amenities. With central Austin just 16 miles away, anything not available in the immediate surroundings of Cedar Park is almost certainly available in the larger city.

However, Cedar Park itself offers a different and distinct lifestyle from Austin, and this is one of the many elements that residents value. Thanks to a slower pace and lower cost of living in this suburb, residents can enjoy many of the advantages of big-city life without the disadvantages. Importantly, Cedar Park is a forward-thinking community, looking ahead at how to better develop livable spaces for work, leisure and homes.

The proximity of lakes and the Colorado River along with public pools mean that there are plenty of outdoor activities still available during the hottest parts of summer while the mild winters extend the season for outdoor recreation far beyond the limits of many other parts of the country. In addition, there are several golf courses, more unusual recreation opportunities such as ziplining and a water park.

The H-E-B Center at Cedar Park is large enough to host a variety of musical acts as well as sporting events. Many acres of parkland make Cedar Park attractive to people for whom green space is important. Wine and beer aficionados will appreciate the many vineyards and wineries in the area along with local breweries.

Cedar Park's focus on growth means that new residents are welcome and easily integrated into the community while current residents are able to take part in the vital project of growing the community in a healthy, sustainable, direction that will continue to attract families and individuals to the area.

Cedar Park Schools

Cedar Park schools are part of the Leander Independent School District. Many Texas schools are part of an ISD, which separates school systems from any other government entities, meaning it is not part of city, county or municipal government. Serving the communities of Austin, Cedar Park and Leander, the Leander ISD is one of the top-rated districts of Texas, and although it is fast-growing, it has a teacher-to-student ratio of around 1:14.

Cedar Park Jobs

With an unemployment rate of just over 3%, Cedar Park is a terrific place for high-tech workers, with company headquarters that include Additive Manufacturing Technologies, Firefly Aerospace, Corvalent, Hylioon, and more. National Oilwell Varco, a Fortune 500 company in the upstream oil and gas industry, is one of the top employers. The regional corporate offices of James Avery Artisan Jewelry are also located in Cedar Park. In addition, there are a number of industrial manufacturers, including BMC Millworks, Visual Lighting Technologies, and Voltabox. For employment, health care, social services, and retail are among the leading industries.

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Moving to Cedar Park

Before moving to Cedar Park, it's a good idea to check out the different neighborhoods and parts of town to understand what area might suit you best. In addition, if anyone in your family will be working or going to school in Austin, this may affect where you settle in Cedar Park. Proximity to schools in Cedar Park may also be a concern. Finally, incoming residents should note two major developments scheduled for the near future, the Bell District in the Bell Boulevard area and the convention center complex, including a hotel, on New Hope Drive.

Most job hunters should not have too much difficulty picking up a job in Cedar Park or the surrounding area. Cedar Park is an excellent hub for high-tech employment. If a job has been arranged and a move is underway, families and individuals may want to rent for a while before buying a house. There are many relatively newly built homes and apartments in the area that offer a variety of luxurious amenities. However, most Cedar Park residents are homeowners instead of renters, and if you are planning to remain in the area, buying is a good choice, particularly given the low property taxes.

Cedar Park Highlights

Cedar Park allows you to enjoy all of the advantages of city living alongside nature, with access to the multiple lakes of the Colorado River and the beautiful Texas Hill Country and Austin just minutes away. It's a community that has forged its own identity despite its proximity to Austin, and current developments are well-planned to maximize their appeal and convenience to residents with attention paid to mixed-used neighborhoods that combine residences, entertainment, workplaces and retail. The rapid population growth along with the fact that the city was only incorporated a few decades ago makes it easier for new residents to integrate into the community than it might be in a more established area.

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Cedar Park Sports

The Austin Spurs, part of the NBA G League, and the American Hockey League's Texas Stars both play at the H-E-B Center in Cedar Park. Not too far away is the Q2 Stadium, home to the pro soccer team Austin FC. Across the 1000 acres of parks in the area, the local Parks and Recreation office has adult leagues for kickball, softball, wiffleball, pickleball and more. There are several public pools as well as a skate park. Other popular local sports include football and flag football.

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Restaurants Cedar Park

There's a growing food scene in Cedar Park. Check out Via 313 for square Detroit-style pizza from native sons of the city. At Jack Allen's Kitchen, Southern and Southwestern cuisine meet in burgers, tacos, country fried meats and more, all made with seasonal local ingredients while at Max's Fusion Bar, you can enjoy creative Asian fusion dishes along with a terrific selection of creative cocktails. And while it's not exclusive to Cedar Park, Crumbl Cookies deserves a mention for their incredible gourmet cookies.

The Blue Corn Harvest Bar and Grill offers a mix of Southern, Mexican, and Cajun cuisine with a farm-to-table approach and an outdoor covered patio. If it's all Cajun food that you're after, Cajun Skillet can fill the bill with such traditional favorites as jambalaya, Po'boys, and gumbo alongside New Orleans food via TexMex in the form of bayou or Dirty South tacos. Locals know that Alzer's BBQ is one of the best around, with brisket, beef ribs, sausage, and plenty of other options along with excellent sides. And if you think you've had every type of sandwich that you can imagine, try Ike's Love and Sandwiches, which offers literally hundreds of creatively-named choices. But it's not all barbecue and hearty fare. Seafood lovers will want to check out Sushi Fever for fresh, inventive sushi alongside such Japanese favorites as udon and teriyaki.