Located in south central Texas, Universal City contrasts gentle hills with steep canyons, mesquite with oak trees. For cultural and recreational opportunities, the south central Texas region has something for everyone each day of the year. Amenities such as golf, spectator sports, the symphony, museums, historical attractions, amusement parks, and outdoor recreation provide a vibrant atmosphere and charms for residents of Universal City.
With an excellent environment and an attractive, affordable lifestyle, Universal City truly provides for a good life: community, industry, and progress.
History of Universal City Real Estate
Universal City is a Universal City in Bexar and Guadalupe Counties in the U.S. state of Texas. It borders San Antonio to the northeast, and is adjacent to Randolph Air Force Base. The population was 14,849 at the 2000 census. Through Universal City is Pat Booker Road, the commercial throughfare of the Universal City. It is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The median income of families in 2000 for Universal City was $59,109. Universal City’s median income level is well above the 2001 national median income of $45,219 and the 2004 Texas state median income of $56,606. Average income levels in Universal City grew by 65% between 1990 and 2001; from $39,225 to $64,728, compared to 61.0% for the United States as a whole. In Universal City, the poverty level of households below the age of 65 was 6.42%.
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