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    The Woodlands

    The Woodlands is a highly rated city located North of Houston, TX. Primarily it resides in Montgomery County with sections falling into the Harris County District. It was established in 1974.

    Many major corporations found The Woodlands attractive and established corporate campuses. Some of those companies include Chevron Phillips Chemical, Anadarko Petroleum, Huntsman Corporation, Woodforest National Bank, Baker Hughes, Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, McKesson Corporation, and Halliburton. Companies like the ones listed above along with others provide job opportunities, growth, and development of the city.

    The Woodlands is also home to five major hospitals Memorial Hermann The Woodlands, MD Anderson The Woodlands, CHI St. Lukes Health The Woodlands Hospital, Texas Childrens Hospital The Woodlands, and Houston Methodist The Woodlands. Which now acts as a medical hub for specializations and clinic programs. The medical industry accounts for almost a quarter of The Woodlands employers. 

    If you want to find out more about The Woodlands demographics and statistics then you should check out The Woodlands Township. It serves as the local government but their website is a great community resource. So if you are wanting to visit, new to the area, or just want to stay up to date on current events check out The Woodlands Township online. 

    There are so many great places to explore in The Woodlandsit is hard to name them all. However, we are going to name a few that you should become familiar with. The Cynthia Woods Pavillion host many artists, concerts and events. Market Steet is a trendy upscale town square/center where you can find high-end shopping and restaurants. The Woodlands Mall is also a good place to shop and is adjacent to The Woodlands Waterway which also offers visitors a variety of restaurants, shops, and entertainment. 

     

    Leading neighborhoods and master-planned communities include Alden Bridge, Carlton Woods, Cochran’s Crossing, Creekside Park, Grogan’s Mill, Harper’s Landing, Indian Springs, Panther Creek, Sterling Ridge, The Woodlands Reserve and Town Center.