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City Council to consider incentives for $150 million distribution center

Next week, the San Antonio City Council will consider incentives for a proposed 1.5 million-square-foot distribution facility for retailer T.J. Maxx. The facility would be the company’s sixth center nationwide and its largest. San Antonio is competing against other sites in Texas and in Louisiana. TJK, the brand’s parent company, is eyeing a 200-acre site […]

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Hulu estimated to spend $13M on new San Antonio campus

Television streaming giant Hulu is expected to spend an estimated $13 million renovating a new 45,000-square-foot campus in San Antonio where the California company will run its “viewer experience operations,” city records show. City and Bexar County leaders spent months courting Hulu to locate its customer service center in San Antonio, bringing with it 300 […]

Pizza Patron moving HQ to San Antonio

The pizza chain with more than 90 locations and approximately 20 more under development nationwide is moving its headquarters to San Antonio. The headquarters will be moved from Dallas to San Antonio.

Texas employment jumped 38,300 in September

Texas added 38,300 net new jobs in September, leading the nation in job growth, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday. The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate edged up to 4.8 percent in September from 4.7 percent in August. The national unemployment rate for September is 5 percent. Texas led the nation with a 38,300 boost to […]

Developer to ‘Redefine Suburb’ with Major Mixed-Use Project Near UTSA

The plan amendment approved on Wednesday will turn the acreage from “suburban tier” to  “urban core tier,” allowing for up to 995 multifamily housing units, 320,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space, and 120,000 sq. ft. of retail to be developed. Plans also include about 24 acres of open space. Exact amounts and final […]

UIW president says San Antonio will get second medical center

The University of the Incarnate Word is nearing a critical milestone in the development of its 266,000-square-foot School of Osteopathic Medicine at Brooks City Base. UIW President Lou Agnese expects the $35 million project will have a transformative impact on South San Antonio, ultimately leading to the creation of the city’s second major medical center. That initial […]

San Antonio Zoo CEO pursuing historic expansion plan

Tim Morrow has been CEO and executive director of the San Antonio Zoo for less than 18 months, but he and his team are already engaged in preliminary work on what could prove to be one of the largest expansion projects ever for the park. Park officials still need to clear a number of hurdles before work can […]

San Antonio to purchase piece of Steubing Ranch for green space

The City of San Antonio plans to purchase more than 200 acres of land on the North Side. In the proposed agreement, the Classen-Steubing family agreed to sell 204 acres of their ranch to the city. The property is located off U.S. 281 and Loop 1604 in Stone Oak. If the city approves the agreement, […]

Dollar General to open $100 million distribution center in Bexar County

Dollar General Corp. will celebrate the completion of its $100 million distribution center in East Bexar County June 4. The 1 million-square-foot facility, at 6601 Cal Turner Drive in South Foster Industrial Park, will employ more than 530 workers including 36 manager positions, 22 clerical and 480 distribution jobs, the company said.

The 25 Best cities for New Grads to Live, Work, and Play In

  San Antonio, Texas, is SmartAsset‘s fifth best city for new graduates. The city scored well across the board with job availability at 63.50, affordability at 73.46 and life outside of work at 69.54. The median gross rent (rent plus utilities and fuel expenses) in San Antonio was $840 for the four years through 2014, while […]