Living in
Leander

Small Town Vibes

Leander, Texas lies on the northeast edge of the Texas Hill Country along US 183. The city imbues a unique vibe rich with history and a vision for the future. Leander’s charming Old Town District is a step back in time and host to one of Central Texas’ most popular events — the Old Town Street Festival, a gathering of artisans, local bands, restaurants, wineries and breweries the third Saturday of May. The Saturday morning farmers market in Old Town gives local residents a reason to visit weekly. Other big events such as the Leander Bluegrass Festival and Liberty Fest bring people across the region to Leander each year for family fun.

Bluegrass

Festival

4th of July

Liberty Fest

Old Town Street

Festival

So Much, So Close!

Those living in Leander find a wealth of modern conveniences and plenty of options for entertainment nearby:

The Parke

The Parke offers popular stores and restaurants such as 365 by Whole Foods Market, Nordstrom Rack, DSW, Field & Stream, Chuy’s, Potbelly and Starbucks.

1890 Ranch

1890 Ranch features more than 80 retailers including Super Target, Hobby Lobby, PetSmart, a 12-screen Cinemark and many more!

Round Rock Premium Outlets
& Lakeline Mall

Convenient retail shopping less than 10 miles away

Northland

An urban-styled project with a mix of retail, housing, hotel, business, restaurant and civic space, including the Leander Town Square that’s coming soon.

Nearby Hospitals

St. David’s Health and Cedar Park Regional Medical Center

Outdoor Fun

Leander also offers proximity to outdoor adventure at some of the
Hill Country’s most celebrated state parks.

Driving Directions

From Austin, take US 183A towards Leander. Bryson is located just past San Gabriel Parkway at Bryson Ridge Trail, 6 miles north of 1890 Ranch and the HEB Event Center in Cedar Park on the US 183A Toll Road.

All Aboard!

You can take the Metrorail from
Leander to Downtown Austin