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OKIN BPS opening headquarters in San Antonio

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Prague-based business and services provider OKIN BPS has selected San Antonio for its U.S. headquarters. The expansion will create around 1,500 jobs and nearly $23 million in capital investment. OKIN BPS has received an incentive from the Texas Enterprise Fund grant for $6.6 million.

The new offices will be located at …Read Entire Post

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Bank of America leases 66,000 sf near the Pearl

Bank of America will move some of its San Antonio business to Broadway Street

Bank of America is leasing 66,000 square feet of office space at Broadway Street near the Pearl. Bank of America will be neighboring Credit Human’s fully leased 10-story office tower.

According to Vince Fertitta, Bank of America San Antonio market president, the move is a demonstration of growth strategy in San Antonio. “We continuously evaluate our real estate portfolio to ensure we are optimizing work space so our teams can have stronger collaboration and better serve the needs of our clients. We’re also thrilled to be moving to one of the newest buildings in this growth area of town that has so much to offer our clients and employees.”

Silver Ventures Chief Marketing Officer Elizabeth Fauerso said …Read Entire Post

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Same Drivers Move Austin, San Antonio Retail Markets at Different Pace

In the e-commerce era, retail components in mixed-use projects like The Domain in Austin are attracting shoppers, both in the state capital and in San Antonio.

A mere 80 miles separates Austin and San Antonio, the anchors of the growing Interstate 35 corridor. The two cities have some fundamental cultural differences but share certain economic drivers that have produced healthy retail real estate markets in both metros, albeit with varied results.

The most basic economic drivers common to both metro areas are population and employment growth. Like other Texas cities, the Austin and San Antonio metro areas continue to experience a steady stream of new residents and jobs.

Although San Antonio often takes a backseat to Austin in various rankings, the Alamo City topped this year’s …Read Entire Post

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San Antonio gets A+ in Small Business Friendliness

Survey by Lucas Puente, Lead Economist at Thumbtack

Survey by Lucas Puente, Lead Economist at Thumbtack

San Antonio received an A+ ranking from Thumbtack’s Small Business Friendliness Survey covering small business perceptions of government policy in the United States. This study surveys thousands of entrepreneurs on the state and local public policies that affect their ability to start, operate, and grow a business.

In 2018, more than 7,500 …Read Entire Post

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City approves proposal to encourage economic development around the missions

A view of the area around Mission San Jose Thursday July 16, 2015.

A view of the area around Mission San Jose Thursday July 16, 2015.

City council favored a proposal which intends to encourage economic development around the missions. This proposal aims to clean up the area and clear way for new development to include retail businesses like coffee shops, restaurants and bookstores in need by South Side residents.

The city is raising the zoning designations of some properties to encourage greater density. The South Side is seeing …Read Entire Post

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Eagle Ford Shale Sale

texas_eagle_ford-oil-rigIrving-based Pioneer Natural Resources is selling part of its Eagle Ford Shale land holdings for $102 million. Denver-based Sundance Energy Inc. will buy the 10,200 acres that are valued at roughly $10,000 an acre.

The land is located in Atascosa, La Salle, Live Oak and McMullen counties in the western portion of Pioneer’s Eagle Ford Shale holdings. …Read Entire Post

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Registration open for 2018 Outlook for Texas Land Markets conference

The Real Estate Center’s 28th Annual Outlook for Texas Land Markets conference will be April 26-27. Registration is now open.

Experts will cover a variety of legal, economic, social, and natural resources issues influencing current land market dynamics. An optional TREC Legal Update 1 will be offered immediately following the conference.

The conference will be at the Omni Hotel at the Colonnade at 9821 Colonnade Blvd. Registration is $230 through March 26. With the optional legal update, the conference costs $250. After March 26, the price goes up by $20.

Click here for more information:28th Annual Outlook for Texas Land Markets (Real Estate Center, 2/26/18)

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Texas manufacturing continues to expand

two 3d humans keep gears in handsTexas manufacturing continued to expand in July with production picking up and optimism about the future rising to its highest level since 2010, according to new data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Texas manufacturers made more goods this month and factories are using more of their capacity, according to the Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey, which polled 113 manufacturers in the state. …Read Entire Post

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City Council to consider incentives for $150 million distribution center

fb_icon_sliceNext 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 on FM 1937 — South Flores Road — south of I-410 and east of Highway 281. …Read Entire Post

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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. …Read Entire Post

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