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Stevens Ranch retail project underway in Far West San Antonio

Stevens-Ranch-Floater-Bldg-with-Center-10-16-17_Scene-6Houston-based Weingarten Realty has started on the 25-acre retail part of the 2,400-acre Stevens Ranch community in the Far West sector. The site will include a 20,000-sf retail shell, five one-acre pad sites, and one 18.3-acre pad site.  Delivery is slated for the fall.

Tenants will include Supercuts, Quarry Nails, and Smilepoint Dental Group. Fulcrum Construction is the general contractor for the project, which was designed by Luna Middleman Architects.

Click here to read the full article: Weingarten Begins Work on 25-Acre Retail Project in San Antonio (Rebusiness Online, 4/16/18)

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CPS Energy to buy old Malibu site

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CPS Energy agreed to purchase the Malibu Grand Prix & Castle site on the North Side for $6.8 million. The 14-acre property will be used to consolidate multiple CPS Energy worksites into one.

The board of trustees voted unanimously to approve the purchase of the property, which sits on the northern edge of the Interstate 10 and Loop 410 interchange.  …Read Entire Post

Singing Hills Bringing Much Needed Services to Bulverde Area

Singing-Hills_A1The Singing Hills mixed-use development experienced a busy 2017 filled with exciting new developments.  The results of 2017 activity will become more apparent in 2018 as new construction gets underway and new services are added to the growing Bulverde area.

Within the next few months, construction in the commercial portion of the Walmart-anchored project, which is located at US 281 & Hwy 46, will include a 288-unit Multi-Family project, The Pillar’s Christian Early Learning Center and a 60,000 square foot medical professional building.  …Read Entire Post

San Antonio approves Echo East project

Echo-East-ProjectThe San Antonio City Council recently approved the sale of a vacant 10-acre tract at 301 Spriggsdale (near the corner of E. Commerce St.) to the George Gervin Youth Center for the development of a $63 million mixed-use project called Echo East.  The parcel is adjacent to 9.1 acres owned by the youth center.  …Read Entire Post

Credit Human receives $3 Million incentive package for move to Pearl

CreditHuman_LogoOn Tuesday afternoon, the Bexar County Commissioners agreed to a nearly $3 million, 10-year property tax break with San Antonio-based credit union Credit Human for the construction of its new, 10-story headquarters at Pearl.

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A new $70 million facility is coming to the Medical Center

The Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies now resides at UT Health’s 186-acre Texas Research Park Campus on the far West Side. University officials said the new location across from the Greehey Academic and Research Campus will centralize operations and permit more collaboration between the institute and San Antonio’s medical community. …Read Entire Post

Hixon Properties and Cavender family team up for new Broadway project

Hixon Properties Inc., in partnership with the Cavender family, announced plans for the first phase of a sustainable, walkable urban neighborhood project on the site of the former Cavender Cadillac dealership on Broadway and 8th streets. …Read Entire Post

San Antonio’s Airrosti eyes bigger headquarters

Airrosti_logoThe San Antonio-based company is in advanced discussions with a developer to move into a new and much larger home that would be built from the ground up to accommodate its expanded operations.

The company’s San Antonio workforce totals about 200 personnel. More than half of those employees work out of Airrosti’s current headquarters on Central Parkway North, spread out across 30,000 square feet on multiple floors. …Read Entire Post

Incentives for Credit Human to move to Pearl, sources say

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The city and county are offering $8.8 million in tax and other incentives to Credit Human, a local credit union, to move its headquarters from the Northwest Side to an office tower at the Pearl, according to three people with direct knowledge of the plans.

Credit Human, which is the third-largest credit union in the local area, was known as the San Antonio Federal Credit Union until earlier this year. The new headquarters would be at 1803 Broadway, where Silver Ventures, the development firm owned by billionaire Christopher “Kit” Goldsbury that developed the Pearl. …Read Entire Post

Broadway office development to cost $84.6 million

plans and maps on the tableThe mixed-use office and retail development will feature a 10-story South Tower, which will be approximately 221,000 square feet, and a 6-story North Tower totaling 123,000 square feet.

A 10-story mixed office and retail development is set to replace the Sarma Building which previously sat at 1801 Broadway Ave. …Read Entire Post