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University Health System plans new 12-story tower

New University Health Tower

San Antonio’s University Health System is proceeding with plans to build a 12-story tower at its main campus, located in the South Texas Medical Center.

Upon the late 2022 completion of the $500-million expansion, the new tower will hold the healthcare system’s inpatient women’s and children’s medical services and […]

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Huebner corridor near South Texas Medical Center to get new multimillion-dollar medical campus

Peripheral Vascular Associates facility

Peripheral Vascular Associates has broken ground on a multimillion-dollar campus it will own on Huebner Road near the South Texas Medical Center, having outgrown its leased space in Northwest San Antonio. The new PVA Pavilion will span about 17,000 square feet and house multiple imaging laboratories, vascular laboratories […]

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A new $70 million facility is coming to the Medical Center

The Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies now resides at UT Health’s 186-acre Texas Research Park Campus on the far West Side. University officials said the new location across from the Greehey Academic and Research Campus will centralize operations and permit more collaboration between the institute and San Antonio’s medical community.

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Medical building portfolio sells to out of town partnership

A partnership between Artemis Real Estate Partners, Ackerman & Co. and MLL Capital purchased a four-building medical office portfolio totaling 423,411 square feet, according to a press release.

Two of the downtown San Antonio buildings, the Santa Rosa Professional Pavilion — which is 128,578 square feet — and the 123,324 square foot Rosa Verde Tower, […]

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Dallas-based real estate firm buys medical office complex

Velocis, a Dallas-based private equity real estate manager, has purchased a 224,262 square foot medical office complex adjacent to the South Texas Medical Center.

The seven-building Class A complex Legacy Oaks recently underwent extensive capital improvements. It is currently 75 percent leased by a mix of health care providers. Tenants include Baptist Health System, MEDNAX, […]

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Mixed-use destination on ‘gateway’ medical center site

The San Antonio Medical Foundation has completed the sale of seven acres of land it controlled to Fulcrum Development LLC.

Fulcrum officials confirm that the plan will be to anchor the new project with a multi-story office building and parking structure, along with a two-story retail component.

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Woodside Capital Partners buys Ashford Oaks tower at Medical Center

The Dallas investment firm has purchased an aging 13-story office tower near the Medical Center with plans to renovate it into top-of-the-line office space.

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UIW president says San Antonio will get second medical center

New UIW medical campus to spark new ‘medical center.’

The University of the Incarnate Word is nearing a critical milestone in the development of its 266,000-square-foot School of Osteopathic Medicine at Brooks City Base. UIW President Lou Agnese expects the $35 million project will have a transformative impact on South San Antonio, ultimately […]

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The 25 Best cities for New Grads to Live, Work, and Play In

 

San Antonio ranked 5th by SmartAsset for new grads to live, work, and play in.

San Antonio, Texas, is SmartAsset‘s fifth best city for new graduates. The city scored well across the board with job availability at 63.50, affordability at 73.46 and life outside of work at 69.54.

The median gross rent […]

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SA hospital system making major investments to become bigger pediatric player

University Hospital in South Texas Medical Center, San Antonio, TX

University Health System is investing more than $60 million and is pursuing a new designation for its University Hospital in an effort to become a more formidable competitor in the pediatric arena.

UHS has operated for years as a Level I trauma facility, […]

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