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July 23, 2018

Best Apartment Community

1221 Broadway Lofts wins Best of San Antonio 2018. read more

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July 12, 2018

Hemisfair Apartment Project Gets New Name

The new name is in honor of the year San Antonio hosted the World's Fair. read more

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July 2, 2018

Downtown Developer Buys Nonprofit Headquarters Near West Side

Downtown developer David Adelman and a business partner have added to their holdings on the near West Side by purchasing the headquarters of Avance, a nonprofit that offers parental education to struggling families. read more

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March 30, 2018

Design Development

If you’re reading this, you probably already think that cities need architects, so there is no need for an exposé detailing the arguments to that point. The buildings that make up our cities do come from the lines of an architect’s drawing, but unfortunately architects sometimes have an oversized impression of the degree to which they impact and shape the...

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March 21, 2018

AREA Real Estate’s Founder David Adelman Talks Newest Project, Midtown Station

The local development firm has recently completed its latest redevelopment project, Midtown Station, which includes a two-story, 15,000-sqaure-foot retail building and a redeveloped gas station, which has been converted into a 2,150-sqaure-foot restaurant shell. read more

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September 22, 2017

Institute of Texan Cultures to Make Way for Redevelopment

“Surban” represents all the benefits of dense urban development – walkability and bikeability, vibrant restaurants, retail, arts and culture, and some public transportation options – plus the perks of a suburban area – better schools, less crime, lower housing prices. It’s a model many call “mixed-use” or “town centers,” and it appeals to several generations of homebuyers and renters. The...

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August 7, 2016

‘Creative Office’ Space, Restaurant Coming to Southtown

There’s a new trend in housing development that says you can have it all and afford it, too. “Surban” represents all the benefits of dense urban development – walkability and bikeability, vibrant restaurants, retail, arts and culture, and some public transportation options – plus the perks of a suburban area – better schools, less crime, lower housing prices. It’s a model...

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December 17, 2014

Maverick Building, Storied But Shabby, in New Hands

There’s a new trend in housing development that says you can have it all and afford it, too. “Surban” represents all the benefits of dense urban development – walkability and bikeability, vibrant restaurants, retail, arts and culture, and some public transportation options – plus the perks of a suburban area – better schools, less crime, lower housing prices. It’s a...

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