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Old Posted May 26, 2005, 3:25 PM
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SAN ANTONIO | Projects and Construction

Updated: 10/20/08

Update 10/20/08 - Added Drury Plaza Hotel Stone Oak
[u]Update 3/18/08 - Added JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa I & II to "under construction".[/url]
Update 2/21/08 - Added Tesoro Headquarters and The Broadway to "under construction"
Update 7/2/07 - Added Loma Vista Condominiums


San Antonio's Skyscraper Boom:
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Notes:
  • Buildings that are listed here as highrises are known to be atleast 115 feet tall from information obtained through construction documents at the construction site, developer's presentations and newspaper articles.
  • The heights and information for these projects will likely change as these projects progress.
  • TO = Topped out.

color code:

red = over 1,000 ft <-- ?
darkblue = 900 - 999 ft
olive = 800 - 899 ft
magenta = 700 - 799 ft
green = 600 - 699 ft
blue = 500 - 599 ft
brown = 400 - 499 ft
chocolate = 300 - 399 ft
purple = 200 - 299 ft
Black = under 200 ft


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Highrises:

     Name                                         Use            Struct. Ht.      Mainroof     Flrs.    Year

Under construction:
  1. Grand Hyatt San Antonio                      Hotel/Res.     424 ft           389 ft       34       2008 Website: R/H  Downtown    Convention Center District
  2. Vidorra I                                    Residential    ??? ..           ??? ..       22       2007    Website    Downtown    Saint Paul Square
  3. Broadway San Antonio                         Residential    ??? ..           ??? ..       20       2009    Website    Northside   Uptown Broadway
  4. The Vistana                                  Residential    ??? ..           ??? ..       14       2008    Website    Downtown
  5. Tesoro Headquarters                          Office         ??? ..           ??? ..       14       2009    .......    Northside
  6. Courtyard by Marriott                        Hotel          ??? ..           ??? ..       17       2007    .......    Downtown
  7. Drury Plaza Hotel Stone Oak                  Hotel          ??? ..           ??? ..       12       2009    .......    NW.Side
  8. Drury Inn & Suites San Antonio Northwest     Hotel          ??? ..           ??? ..       10       ????    .......    NW.Side
  9. JW Marriott S.A. Hill Country Resort & Spa I Hotel          ??? ..           ??? ..       9        2010    Website    Northside
  10. JW Marriott S.A. Hill Country Resort & Spa IIHotel          ??? ..           ??? ..       8        2010    Website    NW.Side
  11. Medical Arts & Research Center               Hospital       ??? ..           ??? ..       8        2008    .......    North Side   S.Texas Med. Cen.

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     Name                                         Use            Struct. Ht.      Mainroof     Flrs.    Year

Site prep/Demolition:

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     Name                                         Use            Struct. Ht.      Mainroof     Flrs.    Year

Approved:
  1. Vidorra II                                   Residential    ??? ..           ??? ..       22       2008    Website
  2. Piazza San Lorenzo                           Office         ??? ..           ??? ..       12       ????    Website

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     Name                                         Use            Struct. Ht.      Mainroof     Flrs.    Year

Proposed:
  1. 319 East Houston Street                      Hotel/Res.     311 ft           ??? ..       27       ????
  2. South Texas Med. Center Research Tower       Office         ??? ..           ??? ..       20       ????
  3. San Antonio Aloft Hotel                      Hotel          188 ft           173 ft       15       ????
  4. 120 Villita Street                           Office/Res.    ??? ..           ??? ..       16       2009
  5. Embassy Suites San Antonio Riverwalk         Hotel          ??? ..           ??? ..       16       2008
  6. Hotel Talavera                               Hotel/Res.     ??? ..           ??? ..       13       2008
  7. Loma Vista Condominiums                      Residential    ??? ..           ??? ..       9        ????

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Notes:
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  • - Asterisk indicates that building is under renovation

Under Construction:

Grand Hyatt San Antonio - 425 feet - 34 floors - 2008


Vidorra I - 22 floors - 2008



Broadway San Antonio - 20 floors - 2009


The Vistana - 14 floors - 2008


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Approved:

Piazza San Lorenzo - 12 floors - ????


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Proposed:

Hotel Talavera - 13 floors - 2008


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Related threads at SkyscraperPage:

Highrise Construction Threads

SAN ANTONIO | Grand Hyatt Hotel | 424 FT / 129 M | 34 FLOORS

SAN ANTONIO | The Broadway San Antonio | 20 FLOORS

SAN ANTONIO | The Vistana | 209 FT / 64 M | 17 FLOORS

SAN ANTONIO | Vidorra | 20 FLOORS

SAN ANTONIO | Courtyard by Marriott | Height ? | 17 FLOORS

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Texas Sub-forum Compilation Thread

San Antonio Downtown Update

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Here is a list so far of what I can find right now in news articles and off the top of my head.

Condos

- Fair field Resorts at La Cascada. This is a 10 story condo project with units ranging in size from 800sf to 1400 sf and to be sold at 225 to 300 dollars per sf. This sits right next to the now almost fully bought and leased La Cascada tower on the river walk.

- Neisner Building Condos. 40 Luxury Condos will fill the soon to be renovated Neisner Building at the Corner of Broadway and Houston Streets.

- Dillards Lofts. 62 Condos are planned to go in over the Dillards department store downtown. (This one may be stale at the moment, bc the mall has new owners)

- 32 story lofts. The only information I have on this at this time is that the structure will be 32 stories and will be "across from the Alamodome." It is supposed to break ground sometime during the first quarter of 2006.

Hotels

Feel free to add on!!! These projects are mostly off the top of my head!

Last edited by KevinFromTexas; Oct 21, 2008 at 2:41 AM. Reason: Updating and compiling the list.
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Old Posted May 26, 2005, 3:25 PM
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Post Completed highrises list.

San Antonio's Completed Highrises:

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Notes:

  • Buildings listed here are atleast 115 feet tall. Buildings that don't have heights listed, are estimated to be atleast that tall.

color code:


red = over 1,000 ft <-- ?
darkblue = 900 - 999 ft
olive = 800 - 899 ft
magenta = 700 - 799 ft
green = 600 - 699 ft
blue = 500 - 599 ft
brown = 400 - 499 ft
chocolate = 300 - 399 ft
purple = 200 - 299 ft
Black = under 200 ft

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     Name                                         Use            Struct. Ht.    Mainroof   Flrs.  Year    Website   Borough    Neighborhood

San Antonio's completed highrises:
  1. Tower of the Americas                        Tower          622 ft         ??? ft     3      1968    Website   Downtown   Convention Center District
  2. Marriott Rivercenter                         Hotel          546 ft         441 ft     38     1988    .......   Downtown   Convention Center District
  3. Weston Centre                                Office         444 ft         ??? ..     32     1989    .......   Downtown
  4. Tower Life Building                          Office         404 ft         ??? ..     30     1929    .......   Downtown
  5. Bank of America Plaza                        Office         387 ft         ??? ..     28     1983    .......   Downtown
  6. Towers at Park Lane                          Residential    368 ft         ??? ..     23     ????    .......   Northside
  7. San Antonio Crowne Plaza Hotel-Riverwalk     Hotel          325 ft         ??? ..     21     1957    .......   Downtown
  8. Frost Bank Tower                             Office         300 ft         ??? ..     21     1973    .......   Downtown
  9. Milam Building                               Office         280 ft         ??? ..     21     1928    .......   Downtown
  10. Drury Plaza Hotel-San Antonio Riverwalk      Hotel          278 ft         ??? ..     24     1929    .......   Downtown
  11. AT&T Building                                Office         260 ft         ??? ..     14     ????    .......   Downtown
  12. Holiday Inn San Antonio-Riverwalk            Hotel          228 ft         ??? ..     24     1987    .......   Downtown
  13. Wilford Hall Medical Center                  Hospital       220 ft         194 ft     10     1942    .......   SW.Side    Lackland Heights
  14. Hilton Palacio Del Rio                       Hotel          217 ft         ??? ..     20     1968    .......   Downtown   Convention Center District
  15. One International Centre                     Office         213 ft         196 ft     15     1985    .......   Northside  The Loop
  16. AT&T Building                                Office         209 ft         ??? ..     16     ????    .......   Downtown
  17. Air Force Village I                          Residential    205 ft         ??? ..     16     ????    .......   SW.Side    Lackland Heights
  18. Northwood Tower                              Office         205 ft         ??? ..     14     1985    .......   Northside  The Loop
  19. Majestic Building                            Office/Res.    187 ft         155 ft     18     1929    .......   Downtown
  20. Omni San Antonio Hotel                       Hotel          184 ft         ??? ..     20     1985    .......   Northside  The Loop
  21. Westin Riverwalk Hotel                       Hotel          180 ft         ??? ..     15     1999    .......   Downtown
  22. Olmos Tower Condominiums                     Residential    167 ft         ??? ..     15     ????    .......   Northside  Uptown Broadway
  23. CityView Office Building                     Office         160 ft         ??? ..     11     1987    .......   Northside  The Corridor
  24. South Texas Building                         Office         150 ft         ??? ..     12     1919    .......   Downtown
  25. La Cascada I                                 Residential    149 ft         ??? ..     12     2005    Website   Downtown
  26. One Thousand Oaks                            Office         144 ft         ??? ..     10     1984    .......   Northside
  27. Municipal Building                           Office         136 ft         ??? ..     12     1922    .......   Downtown
  28. Aurora Apartments                            Residential    135 ft         105 ft     10     1929    .......   Downtown
  29. Saint Anthony Hotel                          Hotel          135 ft         125 ft     10     1909    .......   Downtown
  30. Sheraton Gunter Hotel                        Hotel          130 ft         ??? ..     11     1909    .......   Downtown


  31. La Quinta Inn & Suites                       Hotel          ??? ..         ??? ..     14     2005    .......   Downtown
  32. Hotel Valencia Riverwalk                     Hotel          ??? ..         ??? ..     13     2002    .......   Downtown
  33. Sunset Station Staybridge @ St. Paul Sq.     Hotel          ??? ..         ??? ..     13     2007    .......   Downtown   Saint Paul Square
  34. Hotel Contessa                               Hotel          ??? ..         ??? ..     12     2005    .......   Downtown
  35. La Cascada II                                Residential    ??? ..         ??? ..     10     2007    Website   Downtown


Last edited by KevinFromTexas; Mar 16, 2008 at 4:01 AM. Reason: Compiling the list.
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Can you give anymore info on the 32 story tower across from the Alamodome? I have heard nothing about this. Any sources?
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My source is the Vice President of Yates Construction Company here in SA. I am currently looking for more info on it.
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If it is built on the other side of I-37 it would be our new tallest outside of downtown........hell it would be one of the tallest period.
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Across from the Alamodome kind of makes me think it'll be somewhere in the Saint Paul Square.

I know they want to turn that area into a major 24/7 entertainment district.

With House Of Blues there and street construction going on to widen the roads, I'd venture to guess that's where the 32 story would go.
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That would make sense to me. I was just in that area today. It would be a perfect spot for a hotel of that size.
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Here are some more projects that came to mind.


-San Antonio International Airport Expansion. The terminal expansion will happen in phases, to where terminal B will be built first, then terminal 2 will be Razed, and then terminal C will be built bringing the gate total in the end to about 35 gates. The City threw out all the original bids in April bc all were well above the budget, and went back to the Council to revise the budget. Final renderings are due out in June.

-Methodist hospital Stone Oak. This state of the Art Hospital will be located on the corner of Hardy Oak and Sonterra in the exploding area of Stone Oak in North San Antonio. It is being built in phases and once finished with cover much of the 40 acres of land purchased by Methodist. It is being built in response to Baptist Health Systems Expansion of their Stone Oak hospital, that in the end will double the amount of beds in the Baptist hospital. Stone Oak is now being billed as "San Antonio's Second Medical Center".

-Hotel Contessa. Nearing completion this upscale hotel in downtown San Antonio is sitting at 13 floors tall and will be a landmark on the San Antonio River. Its modern yet elegant design will entice guests with exquisite dining and shopping, and will offer a full spa hotel experience.
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CONTESSA LOOKS LIKE IT'S AT LEAST 15 OR 16 FLOORS.

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THERE IS A NEW 15 STORY HOSPITAL TO BE NAMED ST.LUKES PLANNED IN THE MED CENTER.IT WILL HAVE HUGE MURALS ON ONE SIDE OF THE STRUCTURE.
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San Antonio Moves Forward with PGA Resort
After years of legal wrangling and stiff opposition from environmentalists, Lumbermen's Investment and its new partner, PGA Tour Properties, are moving forward with the TPC of San Antonio. In its earlier incarnation, the 36-hole project was called PGA Village San Antonio. That proposal involved the PGA of America (which is different than the PGA Tour). But PGA of America officials grew tired of being cast in a bad light by the project’s opponents and withdrew in 2004.

The most recent proposal was approved in late January by the San Antonio city council by a 10-1 vote. The overwhelming support was based primarily on assurances given by developers to protect the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone – San Antonio’s primary source for drinking water – underneath the site.

The developers and their engineers are now developing the most involved system in the country to protect the drinking water, which is located deep underground. It involves combining a waterproof clay layer, a closed-loop irrigation system and water monitoring stations to prevent pollutants from entering the aquifer. The closest similar design might be the one used by the Environmental Protection Agency when it builds golf courses over highly polluted Superfund sites.

In recent comments to reporter Anton Caputo of the San Antonio Express-News, Scott Halty, director of resource protection for the San Antonio Water System, said he’s been unable to find another system like the one planned for the TPC of San Antonio anywhere in the country. Vernon Kelly, president of PGA Tour Properties, said the system will probably add millions of dollars to the club’s price tag and will go far beyond what the tour has done for its 26 other TPC facilities.

Not everyone is convinced the aquifer will be spared from pollution. “I feel like our aquifer is the guinea pig for the project,” said San Antonio city councilwoman Patti Radle, who cast the lone anti vote. “Why would we go ahead and risk something like this?”

If the golf-related project wasn’t allowed to proceed, Lumbermen’s threatened to develop a residential-only for the 2,855-acre site in northwest Bexar County, as current zoning allows. “I think the argument is that this is definitely better than anything that is not monitored and has higher impervious cover,” council member Art Hall told Caputo. “I know they have never built this before, but I’m sure they are getting the right engineers and consultants who have the knowledge.”

Besides promising an intricate system to protect the aquifer, Lumbermen’s has downsized the project from its original proposal. Instead of several thousand homes and a major community, the project now involves less housing, the two 18-hole courses (one of which will be designed by Pete Dye), some commercial elements, an 800-room Marriott hotel, and recreational amenities. Much of the property will be left as open space.

Approximately $300 million will be spent on the golf courses and hotel facilities, which as part of the agreement with the city of San Antonio, must be completed by 2010.

Even though the aquifer-protection system will boast the best engineering known to man – with constant testing and monitoring to assure the drinking water from the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone remains clean – there are no guarantees it will work over the long haul.

George Veni, a local hydrogeologist and expert on the recharge zone, said that small amounts of contamination – from insecticides, herbicides and other man-made chemicals – have already been found in the water, but there hasn’t been any research to determine the cause or effect. Veni argues that makes it impossible to estimate how much more pollution the aquifer can take before the water becomes truly fouled and needs to undergo treatment before flowing into the drinking glasses of San Antonio residents.

“The more we look, the more we find (instances of pollution),” Veni told Caputo. “The aquifer itself is not contaminated, but there is contamination in the aquifer.”

But Tim Howe, environmental compliance supervisor for the local water system, says officials won’t fall asleep at the switch in making sure the water is safe to drink. “The water system has gone all out for a good water monitoring program,” Howe said. “Water sampling isn’t done halfway. I want people to know that we take this thing seriously and we have the professional people that can do the job right.”
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Good to see an all-inclusive San Antonio development thread.
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Yea I was wondering if there is a way to get this thing permanent like the Austin and DFW threads.
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Big Tex Grain in South Town.




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Alamo Architects is developing the Master Plan for this unique mixed-use development. On the site of the former Big Tex Grain Company, this community is being built on an industrial site directly across from the historic King William district just south of San Antonio. The Master Plan calls for the sprawling site to be redeveloped into 123 multifamily units, 12 townhouses, and 50,000 square feet of new and remodeled commercial space and live/work units. The site is bound on one side by the San Antonio River, and by a highly active railroad line on the other side, creating numerous challenges for Alamo Architects. The finished project will result in creative solutions for these challenges in areas such as noise abatement, access and utilities. Residents will enjoy proximity to the Blue Star Arts Complex and the hike and bike trail that is to run the length of the river, highlighting the many features of the finished development.
Link to an aerial photo of the site Big Tex Grain will be built:

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King William Townhomes also in South Town.







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Victoria Commons

Victoria Commons recently finished phase I of four phases.

Phase I: Refugio Apartments.



In this masterplan rendering of Victoria Commons, Phase I is colored in yellow.



Picture of another phase of the mix use development Victoria Commons.




Older aerial picture of the Victoria Commons site:

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=San+An...5836&t=k&hl=en

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The Courtyard at Brackenridge Park. The courtyard will be two four story luxury office condominiums.
Open: Spring 2006

Villaje Del Rio. Mixed-use redevelopment project underway with retail, office, and apartments. To be built off of of Broadway St. and the San Antonio River in north Downtown.

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Is it ok to post projects going on outside of the central loop/downtown?
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YEA!!! Please post whatever you want about SA! we just need to get a good thread going here of all the projects going on in SA. SA is really underated right now in here, for the amount of stuff going up around the city!
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Three, two-story buildings will combine to provide 74,400 square feet of retail, restaurant and office lease space at this center. Located on Loop 1604 between Blanco Blvd. and Stone Oak Parkway, the center was situated and designed to capture the available scenic views of the Canyon Creek Country Club Golf Course from the courtyards and the second floor professional service lease spaces, thus creating more of an integration between the built environment and the natural environment than normally is found at such a center. This integration, combined with an appealing aesthetic color palette and finishes, will attract and enhance the pedestrian experience throughout this center.
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