SOJO to Develop Brownstones in North San Antonio

The SOJO Commons townhomes will be energy-efficient and solar ready, with prices starting from the $500,000s to the $800,000s.
SOJO Commons, San Antonio
SOJO Commons, San Antonio

SOJO Urban Development will soon begin development of SOJO Commons, a 27-unit brownstone property that will occupy 1.3 acres in an aging industrial area at 318 West Grayson St. The endeavor marks the company’s fourth San Antonio project, and the third in the Pearl/River North area.

SOJO Commons will be energy-efficient and solar-ready. All of the units will be smart homes and the entire community will feature a low-impact drainage design. The new townhome property will feature units ranging in size from 1,921 to 2,796 square feet and will have a unit mix consisting of three- and four-bedroom floorplans. Interior finishes will include:

  • premium ceramic tile
  • quartz composite countertops
  • three-quarter-inch oak flooring
  • Kitchenaid appliances

Flourishing location

Other amenities will consist of individual yards and rooftop decks, a community pool and shared green spaces. The development will be easily accessible to major thoroughfares and to Pearl’s attractions such as boutiques and innovative retail, artisan and chef-owned restaurants, Hotel Emma and a weekly farmer’s market.

The project is slated for delivery in the summer of 2019, with the townhomes priced from the $500,000s to the $800,000s. The units are offered for sale on a fee-simple basis, without the condominium structure. SOJO Urban Development is currently accepting reservations and will begin converting to contracts in mid-April.

“SOJO Commons is an excellent option for those seeking stylish new residences in close proximity to downtown, Pearl and the Museum Reach,” said Steve Yndo, principal, development & sales at SOJO Urban Development, in prepared remarks.

Alamo Architects is the project’s design firm, G.W. Mitchell Construction is the general contractor and Jefferson Bank is the project lender.

Image courtesy of SOJO Urban Development