Locating in Princeton, TX, will give you access to one of the country's largest and most educated workforces. With approximately 1.2 million workers within a 30-minute drive, you’ll have a highly diversified applicant pool at your disposal.
There are also 340,000 students enrolled in more than 30 colleges and universities within a 60-mile radius of Princton. All offer a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree classes. There are an additional 78 vocational and technical schools offering specialized training for a highly skilled workforce.
Princeton ISD is an “A” rated school district for overall district performance from the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
Princeton ISD has experienced a high rate of growth, with enrollment climbing by more than 500 students each school year since 2018 and nearly 600 new enrollments so far in 2019-2020.
At the beginning of the spring semester, PISD's enrollment sits at more than 5,500 students. Demographic projections call for 6,737 new students over the next 10 years.
Since the 2000 US Census, Princeton's population has experienced a large growth rate, going from 3,477 to an estimated 16,547 in 2020.
As one of the fastest-growing cities in Collin County, the fastest-growing county in Texas, Princeton's location on US 380 has opened opportunities for retail and commercial growth and has become a popular target for planned residential development in the eastern part of Collin County.
Multiple new master-planned residential developments underway in Princeton offer new residents various housing options in Princeton, Texas.
Princeton Crossroads is a 297-acre mixed-use development at the east side of town stretching over one mile along Highway 380 between Princeton High School and Island Way.
On both sides, south, and north of Highway 380, this development will bring commercial sites usable for retail, restaurants, entertainment, and residential sites for multifamily and single-family developments.
A 108-acre shovel ready business park owned by the Princeton Economic Development Corporation is located eight miles east of McKinney, nine miles due east of U.S. 75, and one mile south of Highway 380.
In the recruitment of new businesses and the expansion of existing businesses, incentives may be offered on a case-by-case basis.