Texas Life-sciences Collaboration Center

growing life science companies in Georgetown Texas

Georgetown is open for business! Located at the heart of one of North America's fastest-growing technology centers and most important international trade corridors, Georgetown offers:

  • a well-educated, highly motivated, and highly skilled workforce;
  • good cooperation between business and government;
  • a diverse and vibrant business community;
  • outstanding local and regional education centers;
  • an excellent transportation system including dual rail service and a municipal airport;
  • an extensive utility infrastructure; and
  • a favorable tax structure.

We invite you to browse the information provided here on Georgetown's business environment. If you would like more information related to Georgetown, please contact the City of Georgetown Economic Development Department at ed@georgetowntx.org or 1-888-500-6455.

  • The TLCC is a non-profit organization with a mission to recruit and retain post-incubation biotechnology and life-sciences companies to Georgetown, Texas. It was founded by grants and support from the City of Georgetown, Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, Southwestern University, and the Georgetown Independent School District. More....

  • The TLCC currently has a15,000sf Class I commercial building with a common usage, fully equipped wet lab, nanotechnology clean room, and a planned dual-use teaching laboratory.  TLCC has infrastructure in place for reception, conference, security, banking, and legal support services.  More....

Georgetown Texas


A Biotechnology Accelerator


Economic Impact

The Estimated Economic Impact of the Facility over the First Six Years

Total number of permanent direct and indirect jobs created
Number of direct and indirect workers who moved to the City
Number of new residents in the city
Number of new residential properties built in the City
Number of new students in Georgetown ISD


Salaries paid to direct and indirect workers
Taxable sales and purchases generated in the City
The value of new residential property for direct and indirect workers who moved to the City over six years
Assets at the facility added to local tax rolls over six years

Source: "A Report of the Economic Impact of Texas Life-sciences Collaboration Center in Georgetown, Texas"   June 11, 2013

Impact DataSource

4709 Cap Rock Drive

Austin, Texas 78735

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TLCC is in the news

  • Williamson County Sun, May 6, 2015 "Leaders establish China Links"  Read Here
  • Williamson County Sun, April 5, 2015 "City Leaders to travel to China to court firms"  Read Here
  • Community Impact Newspaper, Georgetown Edition March 11, 2015  "Grant to expand internship, career opportunities in the life sciences" Read Here
  • ACC Newsroom, Feb. 6, 2015   "State Awards ACC $4.9M for biotech research wet lab"  Read Here
  • Williamson County Sun, Jan. 28,2015 "Biotechnology incubator attracts global interest"  Read Here
  • Williamson County Sun, Jan. 21,2015 "Chamber recognizes contributors in four areas"  Read Here
  • Williamson County Sun, Dec. 10, 2014   "Bullish on life sciences hub"  by Dr Michael Douglas. Read Here
  • Williamson County Sun, Oct. 1, 2014 "Bioscience hub boosts city's allure"   Read Here...

The Texas Life-sciences Collaboration Center, a biotech accelerator in south Georgetown, held a groundbreaking on Thursday, June 27 2013 for a second building.  The new 15,000 square-foot building will include cleanroom space for the manufacture of medical devices and other biotech products. The building was completed in May, 2014.

  • Georgetown biotechnology companies expand More...


New 15,000 square-foot building

Source: "A Report of the Economic Impact of Texas Life-sciences Collaboration Center in Georgetown, Texas"   August 30, 2014,

Impact DataSource

4709 Cap Rock Drive

Austin, Texas 78735

Impact of 7 new TLCC jobs created from 2013 – 2014 and 2.5 million building and comparing this impact to $150,000 GEDCO investment projected over the next seven years.
The Estimated Economic Impact of the new TLCC facility over the next 7 years