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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 the vacant Samuels Glass Co. warehouse and about 3 acres near the Museum Reach stretch of the River Walk.

Within the last couple years, a food hall, a jazz bar and the Hotel Emma luxury hotel have opened there, as well as the tony Cellars at Pearl apartment complex.

Click here to read the full article: Pearl gets room to grow (San Antonio Express News, September 4, 2018)

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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.

Preliminary plans show the project could include a six-story hotel, an amphitheater, more than 100,000 square feet of restaurants and other retail, and up to 128,000 square feet of office space.

The county would build a boulevard through the land, as well as other infrastructure, including two ponds, a park and walking trails.

Click here to read the full article: Calvert proposing mixed-use development in Northeast Bexar County (San Antonio Express News, Aug. 9, 2018)

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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 a larger mixed-use development, which will include multifamily, retail, and more office space.

The Grayson Heights renovation comes as more attention is coming to Government Hill, where GrayStreet Partners is planning a mixed-use redevelopment project spanning 23 acres.

Click here to read the full article: Local development team plans mixed-use project on Grayson Street (San Antonio Business Journal, Aug. 14, 2018)

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Singing Hills welcomes Vantage at Bulverde

VantageClick for more information on the mixed-use Singing Hills project in Bulverde.

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SAISD Sells Southtown Land to Pearl Developer

Courtesy Google Maps

Courtesy Google Maps

Broadway SA Investors GP, which developed the Pearl complex, will buy 4.74 acres south of downtown from the San Antonio Independent School District in a $14.5 million deal recently approved by the school board.

Silver Ventures plans to build small-scale residential properties on the parcel at the corner of Lavaca and Matagorda streets and a multi-use development at the eastern corner of East César E. Chávez Boulevard and South Alamo Street. …Read Entire Post

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Plans for major Hemisfair development

Rendering of Hemisfair development

Rendering of Hemisfair development

Zachry Hospitality unveiled formal plans for its $200 million development called Hemisfair. The plans include a 200-room hotel spanning 14 floors, a 150,000-sf Class A office tower, and a market. All three projects have been designed as mixed-use developments that will incorporate public and retail space.   …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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New Business Park Breaks Ground

HardHatIconStream Realty Partners and McCombs Properties have broken ground on a 108-acre mixed-use business park along Interstate 10 and Foster Road which will combine 75 acres of industrial and warehouse space with 33 acres of retail and commercial space. …Read Entire Post

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Hixon Properties and Cavender family team up for new Broadway project

Hixon Properties Inc., in partnership with the Cavender family, announced plans for the first phase of a sustainable, walkable urban neighborhood project on the site of the former Cavender Cadillac dealership on Broadway and 8th streets. …Read Entire Post

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Broadway office development to cost $84.6 million

plans and maps on the tableThe mixed-use office and retail development will feature a 10-story South Tower, which will be approximately 221,000 square feet, and a 6-story North Tower totaling 123,000 square feet.

A 10-story mixed office and retail development is set to replace the Sarma Building which previously sat at 1801 Broadway Ave. …Read Entire Post

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