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H-E-B Proposes $100M Master Plan for City

H-E-B Proposes $100M Master Plan for City

By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor H-E-B has revealed its plans for a $100 million master plan that would transform the area north of the historic King William neighborhood. The project is designed to be developed in two phases and would encompass almost 27 acres.…

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IPA Arranges Sale of The Ridge at Bandera Apartment Community

IPA Arranges Sale of The Ridge at Bandera Apartment Community

The apartment community at the intersection of Loop 1604 and Bandera Highway, at 10950 Biering Lane, has changed owners. Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a multifamily division of Marcus & Millichap, has overseen the transaction, without releasing any details.…

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Stream Private Data Center Breaks Ground in San Antonio

Stream Private Data Center Breaks Ground in San Antonio

"San Antonio's central location, reliable infrastructure and stable cost of electricity make it a great choice for national enterprise users to locate and operate their mission-critical infrastructure," said Rob Kennedy, co-managing partner, Stream Data Centers. With this in mind, the Stream Private Data Center (PDC) broke ground in the master-planned…

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Big Red Dog Announces New Apartment Community in San Antonio

Big Red Dog Announces New Apartment Community in San Antonio

Besides the Abandoned Peanut Factory project, Big Red Dog announced the construction of their newest community in the city of San Antonio. The engineering firm is specialized in civil engineering, permitting, and land-use consulting for real estate and natural resource development has been expanding recently not only in the downtown…

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Traders Village San Antonio Announces Major Expansion

Traders Village San Antonio Announces Major Expansion

Two years after the grand opening of Traders Village San Antonio, the management announced a substantial expansion that is scheduled to be completed by spring 2014. Current vendors interested in pre-leasing can apply starting with October 1st and new vendors can do so starting October 8th.…

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New Senior-Living Community to be Developed in San Antonio

New Senior-Living Community to be Developed in San Antonio

The Public Finance Authority has approved a $120 million bond to finance qualified costs associated with the acquisition, construction, installation, and equipping of two new senior living communities, one in Cibolo Canyon in San Antonio and the other in Chattanooga, TN. The owner is Samarian Housing and the developer is…

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Wedgwood Senior Living Community Sold to Out-of-State Investor

Wedgwood Senior Living Community Sold to Out-of-State Investor

Wedgwood Apartments, the North Central senior apartment community located at 6701 Blanco Road, has changed owners. The property is easy to reach from Loop 410 and U.S. Highway 281 and close to much of what San Antonio has to offer.…

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Oden Hughes Set for Construction of 950-Unit Community Starting in 2014

Oden Hughes Set for Construction of 950-Unit Community Starting in 2014

Austin-based Oden Hughes and Desarrollos Delta of Monterrey, Mexico, have announced that they will begin the first phase of construction on a 950-unit, multifamily community in the Northwest area of San Antonio beginning in early 2014.…

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CBRE Manages Sale of Westover Springs

CBRE Manages Sale of Westover Springs

A Class A multi-housing community in northwest San Antonio has been taken off the market as result of the successful representation by CBRE Central Texas Multi-Housing Group. Charles Cirar, Ryan Epstein and Michael Wardlaw represented the seller and Jim Kirkpatrick and Jim Richards with CBRE’s Debt and Equity Finance Group…

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Abandoned Peanut Factory to Be Transformed into Residential Complex

Abandoned Peanut Factory to Be Transformed into Residential Complex

Not far from San Antonio’s urban core sits an abandoned peanut factory; previously here was a peanut processing and storage warehouse facility. At the beginning of next year it will be transformed into Peanut Factory Lofts, a 90-unit apartment and townhome complex with the help of civil engineering firm Big…

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CyrusOne Expands Data Center in San Antonio

CyrusOne Expands Data Center in San Antonio

CyrusOne, one of San Antonio’s global colocation solutions providers, has purchased a 22-acre property as expansion of its data center campus. The remaining space in its existing facility, the equivalent of 19,500 square feet, was leased for the next 5 years to one single customer, identified as a Fortune 50…

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New Master-Planned Community to be Built in Schertz

New Master-Planned Community to be Built in Schertz

The Crossvine is Schertz’s first master-planned community that will keep the city in a building mode for the next ten years. The developer is Schertz 1518 Ltd. Chris Price, president of Schertz 1518 Ltd., highly experienced in mixed- and master-planned developments.…

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