Located in the southernmost tip of Texas, on the coast by the Gulf of Mexico, and with Mexico at its doorstep, Brownsville is home to a dynamic and progressive business community. Add to this, a taste of the rich heritage of two countries separated by the Rio Grande River, but joined by hundreds of years of tradition, history, and family. A tropical environment of stately palm trees, exotic birds, and coastal breezes, combined with a distinctive bicultural charm, make this unique and vibrant place ideal to live and work.
Brownsville’s South Texas location has played an important role in both the history and the progress of the community. Known as the “Crossroads of the Hemisphere,” it is the only city on the border that offers four methods of international transportation: water, rail, highway and air. Brownsville is a major industrial and manufacturing center of the Rio Grande Valley, known for its dedicated world-class bilingual workforce and pro-business climate. The city’s well-developed infrastructure and unsurpassed quality of life make it a major international trade and logistics hub.