BRYAN -- Nestled in the heart of Bryan's historic downtown Woodbolt International, a local business, is looking to expand.
CEO of Woodbolt International, Doss Cunningham said, "Right now we're literally putting people in closets and putting three or four to an office so we're definitely invested in the future."
And so is the city of Bryan.
Tuesday night the city council unanimously approved selling eight acres of land in the bio-corridor to Woodbolt for about $1.4 million.
"We're excited about the location," said Cunningham. "It's adjacent to all the research aspects going on at Texas A&M. It's a great opportunity."
An opportunity that will create around 200 new jobs in the future.
"We absolutely want to hire from the community and recruit from not just Texas A&M but other universities and colleges," Cunningham said. "As well as tap into the labor force we have here in Bryan-College Station."
No exact date has been released but the company hopes to be at its new location as soon as possible.