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Old Posted Mar 12, 2014, 3:07 PM
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SAN ANTONIO | Peanut Factory Lofts | 5 FLOORS

I passed by the site on my way home the other day and noticed they have made good progress on the units across Medina St. from the original building.




Looking west across Frio.


Looking south along Medina St. The street is still a bit seedy even by day.


Looking east along El Paso St. toward Frio/I-35.
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Old Posted Mar 16, 2014, 11:22 PM
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I hadn't realized they were already underway with this project. Great news for the west side.
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Old Posted May 10, 2014, 8:50 PM
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The units are moving along quickly.





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Clearing its plate: 210 Development Group to put Peanut Factory Lofts up for sale

http://www.bizjournals.com/sanantoni...up-to-put.html
Sep 30, 2015, 1:16pm CDT
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Peanut Factory Lofts — often considered to be a trailblazing development, given its location in an overlooked area of west downtown San Antonio — will soon break another barrier by being put up for sale.
The 102-unit development along South Frio Street is still wrapping up the final phase of construction, and leasing activity is still in the early stages. However, with multiple projects in the pipeline, 210 Development Group — the San Antonio-based firm behind the project — wants to focus on what's up next.

A majority of developers in the city wait until assets are close to being 100 percent occupied before putting them on the market, a point the 102-unit Peanut is still a long way away from. Compound that with the property's unique aesthetic and off-center location, and finding the right buyer could be an uphill climb.

But it may not be.
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