Temple, TX

Temple, located in Bell County, Texas, is a thriving city with a population of over 82,000 people. As one of the two principal cities in Bell County, Temple is an integral part of the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood metropolitan area. Strategically located off Interstate 35, Temple is easily accessible from Austin, Waco, and Killeen, making it an important hub for goods distribution.

The city’s economy is driven by its extensive medical community, largely due to Baylor Scott & White Medical Center.

A vibrant past and future!

Founded as a railroad town in 1881, Temple has a rich history that is commemorated at the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum. Today, Temple is a vibrant city with a diverse population and a bright future.

Union Crossing

Union Crossing will be the third food hall developed by UnionBrands Eateries Texas LLC.

Union Hall is the third food hall from UnionBrands Eateries Texas and is in Downtown Temple at 114 E Central St. on the first floor of Hawn Tower. Union Crossing features 8 vendors serving a variety of different cuisines. Union Crossing is scheduled to open in 2023.