Fort Bend County Named As ‘Best Place To Live’

Houstonia magazine named Fort Bend County one of “The Top 7 Spots to Live: 2020 and Beyond” in its April issue. The magazine cited many of the county’s assets in detailing its selection: its size, the Schlumberger move, historical buildings being repurposed (Imperial Sugar Company refinery), an upcoming trolley system, the new performing arts center, and Harvest Green, a new “agrihood.” This combination propelled Fort Bend County into the ‘Best Place To Live’

The magazine also quoted Fort Bend County Judge Robert Hebert, who touted the fact that developers saw the value of green space amenities and quality housing, which have drawn a well-educated, diverse populace to the county.

Other areas included on the list were downtown, Northside, the Energy Corridor, Springwoods Village, the Antoine Corridor and Independence Heights. For more information, visit


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