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Attractive Retail Locations

The retail industry is growing in Brownwood. The city’s trade area draws in over 113,000 people, with a significant seasonal population increase through Lake Brownwood. Demand for the retail industry continues to increase as the city and BMDD work to develop additional tourism attractions and establishments.

Commerce Square

Commerce Square is a 163,337-square-foot shopping center anchored by TJ Maxx, Aldi, Buffalo Wild Wings, Harbor Freight, and Boot Barn. The center has suitable space for restaurants and retail, and its location along Commerce Street draws in patrons with over 20,000 vehicles per day.

377 Retail Corridor

Also known as East and West Commerce – serves as the main retail corridor for the City of Brownwood. This highway connects the City to all parts of Texas and serves well over 25,000 vehicles per day. Travelers will see well-known brands such as Chick-fil-A, Chili’s, Cotton Patch, McAlister’s Deli, United Supermarkets, TJ Maxx, Wal-Mart, Home Depot as well as many others. This corridor is home to a wide variety of retail outlets, restaurants, hotels, and other commercial business of all sizes to serve the needs to residents, visitors, and travelers.

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Downtown Strong

The retail industry is growing in Brownwood, with downtown revitalization spurring new businesses and attractions. The area is a center for activities and special events and attracts locals and visitors alike for an unique shopping, dining, and entertainment experience.

Properties and incentives are available for the retail businesses and restaurants wishing to locate in downtown Brownwood.