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Mixed-use project planned for historic Scobey complex in San Antonio

scobey complexLocal developer Ed Cross is asking the city to rezone the industrial-zoned Scobey complex, and the city Zoning Commission is expected to consider the request at its June 21 meeting.

A developer is under contract to buy the 2.6-acre, 270,000-square-foot complex at 301 N. Medina St., according to its current owner, Ed Cross, who is CEO of Cushman & Wakefield affiliate San Antonio Commercial Advisors. He declined to name the developer at this time.

Cross is asking the city to rezone the industrial-zoned complex, and the city Zoning Commission is expected to consider the request at its June 21 meeting.

The long vacant complex, in the Cattleman Square neighborhood, was once the site of a bustling logistics company but has defied development efforts over the last 20 years. It dates to about 1940, according to county property records.

It is surrounded by Bexar County government buildings and is a few blocks north of UTSA’s downtown campus. The area has been the site of a few other developments recently, including the Peanut Factory Lofts on South Frio Street.

Click here to read the full article: Mixed-use project planned for historic Scobey complex in San Antonio My SA (5-23-2016)

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