Discover What Makes Edinburg the Best Place for Business

Twenty minutes north of the U.S.-Mexico border, Edinburg, Texas serves as the gateway to the Rio Grande Valley. Our local economy is made up of a diverse mix of industries, from agriculture to a growing health and education sector. We are here to help kick-start your successful business venture.

Gateway to South Texas

In the heart of the Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg serves as a gateway to South Texas. Anchored by the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and home to the county seat for Hidalgo County, Edinburg is an ideal location for businesses looking to expand in the RGV.

Put your business on the map, and watch it take off.

Plenty of Room to Grow

Edinburg is continuously expanding to meet the needs of our growing population, offering inexpensive, undeveloped land, and available properties at competitive prices to give you the freedom to grow your business without compromising your bottom line.

Welcome Home

Welcome to Edinburg, a city of untapped opportunity waiting for you to make your mark. You will be embraced by neighbors, supported by your community, and connected to our culture. There are no strangers here. Our strong local school district, low crime rate, and endless opportunity for outdoor adventure makes Edinburg an ideal place for families. We are ready to show you what makes Edinburg so special.

Intersection of TX and MX

It is no secret that Texas is a powerhouse for business. The Lone Star State is the number one state for doing business, number one for corporate expansions, number one for growth prospects, and, largely thanks to our positive relationship with cities across the border, number one for exports. And with easy access to Foreign Trade Zones, ports, and international markets, our intersection of Texas and Mexico has created a stronghold for growing businesses.

Cut Costs, Raise Standards

In Edinburg, you can cut costs without compromising your quality of life. The cost of living in Edinburg is more than 20% below the U.S. average, which means more money in your pocket to spend on the things you care about. More money for Sunday brunch, concerts at Bert Ogden Arena and RGVFC soccer games at H-E-B Park. More money to reinvest back into local restaurants, shops and bars.

A Growing Healthcare Hub

What started as a single clinic run by a group of doctors has exploded into a healthcare sector supporting the greater RGV region and employing more than 6,000 people. Since opening its doors in 2003, DHR Health is now one of the largest physician-owned healthcare networks in the nation, putting Edinburg on the map for young talent in the medical community.

Education for All

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and nearby South Texas College are funneling talent into our region thanks to their impressive growth, affordability, nationally recognized programs, and student resources. Nationally, our programs are continuously recognized for their innovative practices and graduation rates. Our affordability and roster of financial aid resources, scholarships, and grants provide opportunities in higher education for all.


Commercial Development

$156 Million Permitted (2023)

Residential Development

$240 Million Permitted (2023)


1,700 Units Permitted (2023)

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