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Navistar plans $250M facility in San Antonio

The Illinois-based commercial truck and bus manufacturer recently announced its plans to build a production facility, which is expected to generate about 600 jobs.

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Cibolo is a go – Aisin AW greenlights $400 million project, 900 jobs

The Japanese automobile components and technology company, Aisin AW, has confirmed plans on a $400 million project. This comes at the heels of Toyota Motor Corp. announcement for its $391 million investment in its current San Antonio truck manufacturing plant.

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Toyota expanding manufacturing plant with $391M investment

Toyota plans to upgrade its manufacturing technologies within the plant, and the footprint may expand in some areas as a result. Although no timeline was provided, Toyota estimates its total investment in the plant will exceed $3 billion when complete.

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Parking deck planned near Bexar County courthouse

Bexar County Archives Building

Parking for multiple Bexar County facilities downtown will soon get easier.

The county confirmed plans to build an eight-story parking deck with ground-floor office space on a existing surface parking lot at 126 E. Nueva St., just behind the Bexar County Archives Building. The ground-floor office space will be reserved for county offices, though it is not known which departments will occupy the space.  …Read Entire Post

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Japanese company to bring 900 jobs to Cibolo

AW Texas, Inc., a Japanese transmission maker owned by Fortune Global 500 company Aisin, plans to build a $400-million plant in Cibolo that will span approximately 500,000 square feet and bring 900 jobs to the Northeast San Antonio suburb.

Groundwork is expected to start September along the IH-10 frontage road at S Santa Clara Road across from the San Antonio Raceway. …Read Entire Post

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Huebner corridor near South Texas Medical Center to get new multimillion-dollar medical campus

Peripheral Vascular Associates facility

Peripheral Vascular Associates has broken ground on a multimillion-dollar campus it will own on Huebner Road near the South Texas Medical Center, having outgrown its leased space in Northwest San Antonio. The new PVA Pavilion will span about 17,000 square feet and house multiple imaging laboratories, vascular laboratories and exam rooms.

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Power Center opening in Far West Side

80-acre development will feature 550,000 square feet of retail, including a long strip center and 14 pad sites

The Shops at Dove Creek is opening in a few months as the next power center on San Antonio’s Far West Side. This area has seen continued demand for big-box retail.

 

Portions of the land have been sold to users like KB Homes, Casey Development, and Flix Brewhouse LLC. Plans include a 170-unit subdivision behind the retail part of the development and an apartment complex.

 

The remaining 80 acres will include 

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Area near Pearl gets rezoned to allow high-density development

The splash pad at The Pearl

The splash pad at The Pearl

Development firm that formed to build the Pearl, Silver Ventures, asked the city to rezone 7.9 acres of its land to “infill development zone” which will allow a variety of commercial and residential uses like high-rise offices, apartment buildings, bars and hotels.

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Future Lynd HQ building breaks ground

Lynd HQ Rendering

Lynd HQ Rendering

Lynd broke ground on its future 35,000-square-foot corporate headquarters in Shavano Park. The headquarters will have a 1,200-square-foot military museum on the building’s ground floor, which will be …Read Entire Post

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Mixed-use development proposed in Northeast Bexar County

The buildings would be constructed in a whitewashed, Southwestern architectural style similar to that seen at Randolph.

The buildings would be constructed in a Southwestern architectural style similar to that at Randolph.

County Commissioner Tommy Calvert is proposing a public-private partnership between the county and developers designed to bring more public services and retail options to the area around Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.

The plan would entail the county selling parts of a 51-acre plot of land it owns just south of the base, at the crossing of Rocket Lane and Loop 1604 in Converse, to developers who would build a mixed-use construction project known as Santé 51.

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