The Innovation Capital of Texas:
Caliber is located in the Research Valley’s One Health Plus Biocorridor; centrally-located between four major metropolitan cities (Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, and Houston) and within close proximity to many leading medical and research universities; providing access for collaboration and fostering a community of innovation.
Not only are the twin cities, Bryan-College Station, rich in tradition and history… Forbes has ranked Bryan/College Station the #3 best small cities for jobs in the entire United States! This is just a sign of the growth we are having and will continue to have in the future…making Aggieland one of the top cities in the US and one of the best places to live!
Best Small Cities for Jobs
- Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood, TX
- Bismarck, N.D.
- College Station-Bryan, TX
- Midland, TX
- Dubuque, Iowa
- Odessa, TX
- College Station was ranked third in the nation for "Best Cities for Raising Families" (Kiplinger's, 2010).
- College Station was named in Money magazine (2006) as the most educated city in Texas.
- Bryan-College Station was ranked sixth for “Ten Cities With Rising Home Values (Kiplinger’s, 2008).
Bryan-College Station boasts many attractions including:
- Texas A&M is ranked in the top 20 nationally (#17 overall) Top American Public Research Universities in 2010, with three performance measures in the top 25 nationally and four measures in the top 26-50 nationally and is home to many athletic events and entertainment year round.
- George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
- Messina Hof Winery and Resort, award-winning wines
- Historic Downtown Bryan filled with antiques stores and exquisite restaurants
- Northgate district in College Station, featuring a robust night life, live music, and unique restaurants
Here are some helpful links in getting to know our area: