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Investment flows down Government Hill

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

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Plans for Light building going before HDRC

GrayStreet, one of the most active developers downtown, bought the Depression-era building in December from Hearst, the parent company of the San Antonio Express-News, and plans to turn it into 60,000 square feet of upscale office space with a rooftop restaurant.

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BBVA’s new local corporate HQ downtown

The ground floor of the tallest building in San Antonio got a major facelift along with renovations for a new major banking tenant. After months of construction, with at least a $2 million price tag, the new BBVA Compass Inc. location in San Antonio is open for clients.

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Local Medical Company Spending $3 million in Renovations

Peripheral Vascular Associates, a local medical company that specializes in arteries and veins, is spending $3 million renovating an aging office building downtown for use as its new headquarters.

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Hulu estimated to spend $13M on new San Antonio campus

Television streaming giant Hulu is expected to spend an estimated $13 million renovating a new 45,000-square-foot campus in San Antonio where the California company will run its “viewer experience operations,” city records show. City and Bexar County leaders spent months courting Hulu to locate its customer service center in San Antonio, bringing with it 300 […]

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Southeast Side medical space development

Methodist Healthcare Ministries has stuck a deal to acquire a 20-acre site along East Southcross Boulevard that includes the former Southeast Baptist Hospital. It’s a deal that will draw more medical services to the site and could breathe new life into an area ripe for additional reinvestment. Methodist Healthcare Ministries plans to spend as much […]

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Developers plan to revive master-planned community on South Side

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 […]

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Planned med campus could boost West Side

The Center for Health Care Services plans to convert a former homeless shelter into a multistory medical campus. The roughly $50 million project, which will be financed with a mix of public and private funding, is expected to provide much needed access to adult mental health care services and help revitalize a long-neglected area immediately […]

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Alamo master plan agreement gets the green light from City Council

San Antonio City Council members have unanimously approved a plan to join with the Texas General Land Office and enter into a cooperative agreement with the Alamo Endowment to fund and oversee the development of a joint master plan for the Alamo complex and Alamo historic district. As a result of the affirmative vote, the […]

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AREA Real Estate closes on land along South Alamo to give spark back to old warehouse

The former vending machine warehouse in Southtown will soon be dispensing something entirely new now that David Adelman has his hands on the property. Adelman, the founder of local AREA Real Estate, LLC, closed on the site at 1811 S. Alamo St. just yesterday but already has big plans for the 12,000-square-foot building. Purchase costs […]

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