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‘Creative Office’ Space, Restaurant Coming to Southtown

Vision for new re-purposing project in the SoFlo area.

Vision for new re-purposing project in the SoFlo area.

Two small, 1940s era warehouses on the corner of South Alamo and South Flores streets will soon be transformed into “creative” office space and a restaurant/bar, but there won’t be any music on the patio.

City Council unanimously approved a rezoning request on Thursday that will allow local developer David Adelman of AREA Real Estate to move forward with partial demolition and renovation of the structures at 1302 S. Flores St. and 1811 S. Alamo St., respectively.

The facade of the building at 1302 S. Flores St. (left) will be retained, but will be hollowed out to provide more on-site parking. Council’s approval of this project, however, came with an amendment that prohibits the use of any outdoor amplified sound.

The City of San Antonio’s Cliff Morton Development and Business Services building is directly across South Flores Street and a Salvation Army thrift store is across South Alamo. Several offices, apartments, and condos are emerging and established on what some call the “SoFlo” (South Flores) corridor that connects the Southtown Arts District to the city’s downtown and deeper Southside. It’s a neighborhood transitioning from industrial to mixed-use residential and commercial.

Click here to read the full article: ‘Creative Office’ Space, Restaurant Coming to Southtown San Antonio Business Journal 8-7-2016

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