John Santikos

  • Embrey Partners Receives Approval for M-U Development

    The border delimitating the urban and suburban areas of San Antonio started fading away when Embrey Partners announced that they received zoning approval to turn 8.2 acres of commercial space in the Legacy Shopping Center into an apartment development with 289 units. The property is located at Loop 1604 and Highway 281 in northern San Antonio and will be the third mixed-used community the company has built along the 281 corridor.

    San Antonio 19 February 2014 07:47
  • Embry Partners Approved for Mixed-Use Community in San Antonio

    Embrey Partners has won a zoning approval change that will allow the company to convert land in north San Antonio’s Legacy Shopping Center into a mixed-use, urban-inspired community.

    National 18 February 2014 20:32

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