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Career Point’s vacated space officially back on the market

Wonderland of the Americas is working to fill some 96,000 square feet of space now unoccupied as a result of Career Point College closing its campuses. Located in a pocket created by the Loop 410 and I-10 overpass at 4522 Fredericksburg Road, the multi-use property has a mix of Class A and B space, with […]

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Accenture’s 86,000-square-foot SA office gets new landlord

Accenture’s leased 85,000-square-foot space in West San Antonio was bought by Welcome Group LLC, a single-tenant industrial owner and development firm. The 15-acre property was built in 1991 to serve American Airlines and was designed by Dallas architecture firm Corgan with redundant power, back-up generators, plenty of parking and an expensive security fence.

Rim-area property put up for sale

A local developer has been struggling to put together plans for a 15-story office tower in the explosive northwestern San Antonio corridor, and after nearly a decade of trying, the 6.7-acre site has been put on the market. A Northwest San Antonio developer has tried unsuccessfully to get a 15-story office tower off the ground, […]

Target sells a portion of property, restaurant lease included

Target Co. has sold a 1.1-acre parcel to Fort Lauderdale-based OceanSky International LLC. The pad site at 17518 La Cantera Pkwy. was originally part of Target’s 9.8-acre site in the first phase of the Rim. Beyond simply acquiring a slice of land in the high-demand submarket, OceanSky’s deal with Target also included a lease the […]

Local firm snaps up office complex

Peloton Commercial Real Estate’s Dallas office closed on the 122,975-square-foot 151 Technology Center complex along Loop 410, according to Real Capital Analytics. The price of the Technology Center deal was not disclosed, but according to property records the two buildings are currently appraised for more than $10 million.

USAA to start New Year with $26M build out

USAA made waves across northwest San Antonio’s office market when it signed leases for two Class A buildings this past fall, and the locally based financial services company is ready to move forward with plans for $26 million worth of finish-out work for the two properties.

First mixed-use development in Boerne

Dallas-based Carbon Thompson recently closed on 26.6 acres to develop a master-planned site with multifamily, office, entertainment and plenty of retail components. It’s hard to imagine that a city posting the type of growth Boerne has over the past several is just now getting its first true mixed-use development, but that’s exactly what The Villages […]

Neighboring landlord buys former hail-damaged Target site

Extensive hail damage earlier this year may have shuttered one of Target‘s San Antonio locations, but for neighboring landlord Weingarten Realty (NYSE: WRI), the sky opened up with a new opportunity. Commercial real estate giant Weingarten Realty has closed on the former Target site neighboring the firm’s Northwest San Antonio power center. The flooding and […]

R.L. Worth to build 65,000-sf building

WellMed’s growth has pushed the company to expand more than three times over the past few years in R.L. Worth’s The Oaks at University Business Park, and now, the local developer is preparing to build a whole new building to give the company even more space to grow into. R.L. Worth is doing site work […]

Grainger inks deal to expand SA footprint by more than 40 percent

After signing its first lease in fourth quarter 2015, Grainger (NYSE: GWW) has inked a deal to occupy an additional 16,000 square feet on the second floor of the Fountainhead II building — a move that will boost the business park’s occupancy to 100 percent. In the next few weeks, following the $1.18 million finish […]