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Kyle

Kyle, Texas was founded in 1880 when the International and Great Northern Railroad built a line from Austin to San Antonio to support the cotton industry. As of 2012, the thriving community is the second largest city in Hays county, second to San Marcos, Texas. Kyle is located along Interstate Highway 35, 20 miles south of Austin, 8 miles north of San Marcos and approximately 60 miles north of San Antonio. In the 1990s much of Kyle was still ranch land, but as the community grew new home subdivisions began to pop up as well as other commercial developments creating the small town charm of today.

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Kyle’s Thriving Community

Kyle is definitely making its mark on central Texas with growth in every direction. As of 2006, Kyle did not even have its own grocery store. Now new businesses are opening, the population is increasing and there is promise all around. Recently Seton Medical Center opened its’ doors in Kyle and is currently the largest hospital in Hays county. Likewise, Austin Community College has plans to open the first community college in Hays county.

Shopping in Kyle

Main Street in Kyle takes you back to Mayberry with historic buildings, homemade pie, and a warm small-town feeling. Stroll the area for antiques, local art and unique collectibles at many of the local shops or if you prefer a more modern shopping experience, visit the Outlet Malls in San Marcos. The rapid growth in Kyle is also being supported by major chains opening in the area such as Lowes, H.E.B., and Walgreens.