Austin is the capital of Texas and the administrative seat of Travis County. It is the forth most populous city of Texas, with a population of 947,890 as per the Census Bureau's July 1, 2016 estimate. Statistics aside, the city is home to various lovely naturally beautiful locales like the Colorado River, McKinney Falls, the Barton Springs and Ladybird Lake and Travis Lake. It is also home to various Fortune 500 companies like Amazon, Apple Inc., General Motors, eBay, Paypal, Whole Foods Market amongst several others. The city also has the Texas University’s Austin Branch. This makes for a dynamic contrast between nature, commerce and academia that is not lost on many. Being the State capital, along with the healthy stream of commercial and academic activities has helped to make the Austin population demographics very dynamic with an eclectic mix of government employees, students and academia, high tech workers, musicians and blue collar workers. The cultural side of the city is also rich with the world class Blanton Museum, which is the largest University owned exhibit, along with the Harry Ransom Centre. There are also the Mexic-Arte Musuem, which is based on the Mexican American heritage of the area, the Carver Museum, which houses civil war memorabilia. Ballet Austin, commemorates and pays homage to the dancers and choreographers of the art of ballet. For the athletically inclined there is the Austin Marathon and there’s the Food and Wine Festival for connoiseurs. Both these attractions draw visitors from across the country. The city is also gaining a name in the motorsports arena since the launch of the 3.4 mile custom built circuit track for the Grand Prix dubbed the “Circuit of the Americas” or COTA in short. The city is dynamic with a flourishing and dynamic night life, year round attractions to draw tourists both from within the USA and from all over the world. For those who wish to relocate to this dynamic city, please look up your home requirements on NewHomeSource for a home that would be the best match for your needs.
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