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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.

Areas to be rezoned include …Read Entire Post

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Investment flows down Government Hill

RVK Architects rendering

RVK Architects rendering

A pair of local developers are planning a new redevelopment project in Government Hill along East Grayson St. called Grayson Heights. A five-story, 60,000-sf office building at 1422 E. Grayson St. will be converted to Class A space by T&J Venture. Renovations are expected to cost $5 million. Once renovated, the building will anchor …Read Entire Post

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Singing Hills Bringing Much Needed Services to Bulverde Area

Singing-Hills_A1The Singing Hills mixed-use development experienced a busy 2017 filled with exciting new developments.  The results of 2017 activity will become more apparent in 2018 as new construction gets underway and new services are added to the growing Bulverde area.

Within the next few months, construction in the commercial portion of the Walmart-anchored project, which is located at US 281 & Hwy 46, will include a 288-unit Multi-Family project, The Pillar’s Christian Early Learning Center and a 60,000 square foot medical professional building.  …Read Entire Post

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San Antonio approves Echo East project

Echo-East-ProjectThe San Antonio City Council recently approved the sale of a vacant 10-acre tract at 301 Spriggsdale (near the corner of E. Commerce St.) to the George Gervin Youth Center for the development of a $63 million mixed-use project called Echo East.  The parcel is adjacent to 9.1 acres owned by the youth center.  …Read Entire Post

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San Antonio housing market breaks record in 2017

San Antonio’s growing economy propelled the local housing market to another record sales year in 2017, but the supply of homes on the market remains extremely tight.

Home sales in the San Antonio-New Braunfels metro area increased by 3.8 percent in 2017 to a record 30,715, up from 29,596 in 2016, according to data recently released by the San Antonio Board of Realtors.  …Read Entire Post

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Developers plan to revive master-planned community on South Side

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New developers take over The Preserve at Medina River.

Two local developers plan to revive The Preserve at Medina River, a 530-acre master-planned community in the South Side of San Antonio that has languished since it was announced almost a decade ago. A new team of developers has taken control of the project, which never broke ground.

They expect to build 1,200 homes on the development over the next eight years or so, said Fermin Rajunov, who was one of the project’s original investors and is involved in a partnership that bought most of its land last month. …Read Entire Post

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Pearl-like Development Planned for Eastside

Eastside developmentCity Council approved zoning changes that will allow local developer Efraim Varga and investment partners to construct a multi-block, mixed-use complex in the Eastside’s Denver Heights. A $43.5 million improvements package was approved in January 2015 that is slated to improve connectivity to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center expansion and Hemisfair Park.

The neighborhood, plagued with crime and vagrancy, stands to undergo a revitalization similar to that which the Pearl brought to the crumbling brewery complex just north of downtown. …Read Entire Post

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Colliers on the Hunt for $47M on Behalf of Texas Multifamily Developer

Proposed Villita Tower in downtown San Antonio

Proposed Villita Tower in downtown San Antonio

JMJ Development is sourcing $47 million in debt and equity for the construction of Villita Tower at 120 Villita St.

The 30-story, 201-unit, market-rate multifamily residential development is soon planned for this supply-constrained metro. Villita Tower capitalizes on the tight rental market of San Antonio.

Additionally, there will be 12,000 sf of commercial space, which will house three restaurants and a coffee shop.  …Read Entire Post

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Singing Hills wins 2 Best in Commercial Real Estate Awards

Singing Hills

Singing Hills

Eleven development projects and transactions have been chosen as winners in 12 categories of the San Antonio Business Journal’s Best in Commercial Real Estate Awards.

For the developments and deals portion of the awards, a panel of judges considered nominations received and chose these winners in the following categories: …Read Entire Post

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