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CaptureRX signals future downtown SA market

capturerxThere were two significant elements of CaptureRx’s deal to move to downtown San Antonio: first, that it would be occupying office space in not one, but two downtown properties; and second, that the city should prepare for these types of large-scale announcements to be made a more often. …Read Entire Post

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Brooks City Base plans for 75-acre industrial park

Brooks City Base has brought on Industrial Group Southwest to develop, build and lease the first 350,000-sqaure-foot building, which will precede five others ranging from 40,000 to 600,000 square feet.

Once completed, the Brooks Business Park will span nearly 75 aces at the former South San Antonio military base. …Read Entire Post

Solo Serve building demolished, makes way for River Walk hotel

soloserveDemolition began this week on the historic downtown Solo Serve building, which makes way for a nine-story hotel after years of sitting empty.

Vista Host, a hotel developer from Houston, plans to build a hotel on the site and has signed a franchise agreement for the property with a “nationally recognized dual-branded” hotel franchise, according to previous reports. …Read Entire Post

Christus Santa Rosa Health System acquires SA emergency medical centers

christus_logoIn an effort to broaden its presence in San Antonio, Christus Santa Rosa Health System has struck a deal to purchase a pair of former Elite Care emergency medical centers — including one that previously had been shuttered.

One of the Elite Care facilities now part of Christus’ growing ambulatory network is near U.S. Highway 281 and Bitters Road in North Central San Antonio. The other facility is on Bandera Road on the city’s Northwest Side. …Read Entire Post

Gensler made its San Antonio debut with a new office at Pearl

genslerlogoGensler, a global architecture and design firm based in San Francisco, has subleased office space in the Pearl’s Full Goods Building within the WestEast Design Group’s space on the second floor. The office is the company’s fourth in Texas, following outposts in Austin, Dallas and Houston. …Read Entire Post

A’GACI set to open its fifth San Antonio location

agacilogoDowntown San Antonio shoppers will soon have another option when it comes to hunting for new outfits now that a local retailer is in the early stages of opening a new location in the Shops at Rivercenter mall.

Work on the new $400,000 location is set to begin next month and is expected to wrap up sometime in June, according to information filed with the state. …Read Entire Post

HNTB to relocate near the airport for one reason: Access

hntb-companies-squarelogoHNTB’s office along the River Walk in downtown San Antonio has great views, but the company has chosen to relocate to a new property near the airport for one reason: access.

The Kansas City, MO-based architecture, engineering and construction services firm’s new lease in the McAllister Plaza property at 9601 McAllister Freeway will also shrink the company’s footprint by about 3,000 square feet. IT currently operating from an 11,625-square-foot office at 130 E Travis St. …Read Entire Post

UT Health San Antonio expansion; New Boerne medical center

UT_Health_San_AntonioUT Health San Antonio is putting the final touches on a new $19 million medical center in Boerne that represents a potentially much larger leap of faith for the Alamo City institution.

The 19,000-square-foot ambulatory multispecialty complex, set to open next month, could be a first step toward more medical investment in high-growth corridors beyond San Antonio’s city limits. UT Health’s immediate focus is the Boerne project, but its physician group is keenly aware that there are other areas where the demand for health care is outpacing the availability of services. …Read Entire Post

San Antonio hospital launching renovation

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Southwest General Hospital getting multi-million dollar renovation.

Southwest General Hospital has launched a new expansion and renovation project that will bring more cutting-edge health care to a sector of the city experiencing increased demand for services.

The project will include a new electrophysiology cardiac catheterization laboratory. As part of the plan, the hospital will also expand the capabilities of its existing cardiac cath lab. …Read Entire Post

My Fit Foods abruptly shuts all stores

My Fit Foods(1)My Fit Foods has announced it is closing all its stores. The Austin company had more than 50 locations in five states.

The company had more than 50 locations in five states, and had opened a 30,000-square-foot central kitchen in 2015 in Fort Worth, Texas, to prepare meals daily for its 38 Texas and Oklahoma locations. My Fit Foods had three San Antonio locations. …Read Entire Post