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UT, Vanguard to Develop $350M Children’s Hospital

UT, Vanguard to Develop $350M Children’s Hospital

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio was authorized to execute an agreement with Vanguard Health Systems, according to which the two parties will co-develop a state-of-the-art children’s hospital in the Alamo City. The proposed $350 million, 250-bed facility, funded by Vanguard,…

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New $45M Teaching Center Gets Green Light

New $45M Teaching Center Gets Green Light

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor The University of Texas System Board of Regents authorized the building of a $45 million academic learning and teaching center at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio. In an official statement, Kenneth Kalkwarf, D.D.S., M.S., president ad interim of the Health Science Center, said…

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North San Antonio Welcomes New Golf, Garden Home Community

North San Antonio Welcomes New Golf, Garden Home Community

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor Austin-area homebuilder Jimmy Jacobs Homes has unveiled a new model home in new community the Fairways at River Crossing, in North San Antonio. During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the developer presented a small, gated community of 45 home sites in Spring Branch. Prices for the garden…

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Developers Break Ground on 323-Unit The Residences at La Cantera

Developers Break Ground on 323-Unit The Residences at La Cantera

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor USAA Real Estate Co. and Cambridge Development Group are set to break ground on a new Class A apartment complex to be called The Residences at La Cantera. The high-end, urban-style project will feature 323 units and 4,000 square feet of retail space, according to…

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Continental Properties Breaks Ground on The Springs at Stone Oak Village

Continental Properties Breaks Ground on The Springs at Stone Oak Village

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor While the single-family housing market in San Antonio attempts to recover from the collapse, the multifamily market is seeing important growth, mainly due to renter demand. With an occupancy rate of 94 percent, San Antonio’s far North Side is rapidly growing in popularity, creating the…

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Bulverde Oaks Luxury Complex Breaks Ground in North San Antonio

Bulverde Oaks Luxury Complex Breaks Ground in North San Antonio

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor Teeple Partners Inc. announced the groundbreaking of a new luxury complex, called Bulverde Oaks, in North San Antonio. The developer will build a 328-unit apartment complex with amenities include private attached garages, granite countertops in kitchens and bathrooms and wood-style plank flooring. The complex will…

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Harbert Buys Lockhill Selma Office Property in San Antonio

Harbert Buys Lockhill Selma Office Property in San Antonio

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor Harbert United States Real Estate Fund IV L.P. announced the acquisition of 4350 Lockhill Selma, a three-story, 116,545-square-foot Class A office building in San Antonio. Additionally, the company bought the adjacent land parcel, on which it plans to develop a second phase. Financial terms were…

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TSU Taps Contractors for $9M Campus Renovation

TSU Taps Contractors for $9M Campus Renovation

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor Texas State University has selected Houston-based Satterfield & Pontikes Construction Inc. as construction manager for a $9.3 million project in San Antonio. The firm will oversee the renovation of a 37,500-square-foot psychology building, according to the San Antonio Business Journal. Work is scheduled to start…

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Air Force Opens Dental School; Contractor Selected to Build Helotes Walmart

Air Force Opens Dental School; Contractor Selected to Build Helotes Walmart

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor The U.S. Air Force opened a $38 million dental school in San Antonio. The dental school and clinic consists of 56,000 square feet of space and has 69 treatment rooms, 5,400 square feet of lab space and 125 assigned personnel, according to the San Antonio…

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Maxim Invests $65M to Expand San Antonio Facility

Maxim Invests $65M to Expand San Antonio Facility

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor Maxim Integrated Products Inc., a Fortune 1000 semiconductor company headquartered in Silicon Valley, will invest approximately $65 million to expand its semiconductor fabrication facility in San Antonio. Purchased in 2003 from Philips Semiconductors Inc., the 380,000-square-foot facility will also undergo an equipment upgrade as part…

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Slate Creek Apartment Complex Ready for Residents

Slate Creek Apartment Complex Ready for Residents

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor Slate Creek at Westover Hills, a joint development by locally based firms Hurd Urban Development (HUD) Ltd. and Embrey Partners, has recently opened for residents. The 241-unit complex is located on 14.86 acres in the master-planned community Westover Hills. The Class A community includes amenities…

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Will City Council Grant $5M to Blue Star Phase II Project?

Will City Council Grant $5M to Blue Star Phase II Project?

By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor The project that could redevelop the Big Tex site is closer to reality after years of financing problems. The San Antonio city council is currently weighing the possibility of offering an incentive package of more than $5 million to revitalize the project. The development on…

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