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New and coming-soon businesses to San Antonio

As San Antonio continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.

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Check out the new businesses coming to the Alamo City.

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Looking for new places to try out? Stay ahead of the curve on San Antonio’s newest businesses with our guide to the latest and upcoming developments. Explore the exciting wave of new hotels + restaurants transforming the local landscape and contributing to the Alamo City’s growth.

The below list of new businesses has been updated as of Jan. 2024.

Coming soon

Every time we look around, it seems like something new is popping up in San Antonio. Whether you’re looking for your next go-to brunch destination or a new public park to stretch your legs, we’re rounding up a few things coming soon to the River City and the surrounding areas.

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The Pullman Market is slated to open at the Historical Pearl in Spring 2024.

Renderings by Clayton Korte and Burton Baldridge.

Business

Pullman Market, 221 Newell Ave. | Early 2024 | Check out this 40,000-sqft market coming to the Historic Pearl. Visitors can enjoy four full-service restaurants, Texas-based produce + specialties, and various culinany programs.

Microsoft Data Centers, multiple locations| March + Sep. 2024 | The $216 million project, SAT15, in Westover Hills is one of many new data centers from the tech giant including SAT40. This data campus costs $176 million and plans to open on the far West Side in September.

Monarch Hotel, 222 S. Alamo St. | 2026 | The Zachry Hospitality unveiled its new hotel late last year and will feature 186 guest rooms with 14 suites, a terrace pool, rooftop restaurant + bar, and a full service spa.

Kimpton Hotel, 423 S. Alamo St. | Late 2024 | Owned and operated by White Lodging, this 10-story hotel will overlook La Vilita and Hemisfair in downtown San Antonio. Some of its features include 347 rooms, a rooftop pool + lounge, a fitness center, and 10,000 sqft of event space.

Community

Westover Hills Baptist Hospital, 3011 W. Loop 1604 N. | Summer 2024 | The 72-acre campus is expected to have medical office buildings, an ambulatory surgical center, and an acute care hospital.

San Pedro Creek Culture Park | Summer 2024 | Six years in the making, this downtown oasis will add over 60,000 linear feet of new walls, replace eight street bridges + all associated utilities, and add four miles of walking trails and 11 acres of landscaping. Once completed, it will span 2.2 miles from IH-35 at the flood tunnel inlet at Santa Rosa Street to the confluence of the Alazán and Apache Creeks at IH-35.

Dining

Terry Black’s Barbecue, 2100 Broadway | To be announced | The family behind Terry Black’s Barbecue is coming to the Alamo City near the Historic Pearl. The Black family purchased the land in 2021, and plans to build two restaurants, a hotel, and underground parking.

NOLA Brunch and Beignets, 1101 Broadway | Spring 2024 | New location, same great brunch menu. NOLA Brunch and Beignets is moving near the San Antonio Museum of Art. The space will have a private party room, walk-up window, and more parking.

Roca & Martillo, 1 Spurs Way | Spring 2024 | The Rock at La Cantera is partnering with the Jason Dady Restaurant Group to create a Tuscan-Italian inspired restaurant featuring dishes like handmade pasta and a smoked brisket lasagna.

The Newstand, 1900 Broadway, Suite 106 | Spring 2024 | Former Bachelorette contestant Page Pressley is opening a coffee shop with co-owner DezArey Rodriguez inside the Jefferson Bank building on Broadway. The spot will serve coffee, wine, sandwiches, snacks, and more.

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The future exhibit space at SAAACAM’s new cultural center.

Courtesy of Overland Partners

Education

Alamo Visitor Center and Museum, Alamo Plaza | 2027 | Coming soon to the historic Crockett + Woolworth buildings, the 100,000-sqft Visitor Center will have a 4D theater, special event space, rooftop restaurant, and retail shop. Fun fact: This is the future home for the entire Phil Collins Texana Collection.

SAAACAM, 311 E. Houston St. | 2026 | In collaboration with Overland Partners, this African American digital cultural center is moving into the Kress and Grant buildings. Stay tuned for a two-story entry hall, a 500-seat auditorium, 40,000 sqft-exhibit hall, a research library, offices, lecture hall, and a rooftop terrace at the Grant building.

Celebrate Dyslexia Schools, 2800 Broadway | Fall 2024 | San Antonio’s first school dedicated to providing a specialized educational experience for learners in grades second through eighth with dyslexia. During its inaugural year, this school is co-located at the DoSeum while they find a long term home.

Retail

Electric Company, 774 E. Locust | Spring 2024 | The project by Ayse Derman, Rose Reyes, and Jordy Hagen will soon be a one-stop-shop for your vintage shopping adventures. Here customers will find clothing + textiles, furniture, folk art, and books.

Residential

300 Main, 300 Main | Spring 2024 | Construction for the 32-story high rise building began in April 2022. The 400-ft tall residential tower features 350 apartments, retail area, and a parking garage.

Culebra Road Apartments, 5606 Culebra Rd. | Fall 2025 | Out of the future 199 units, 178 of them will be for families earning at or less than 60% of the area median income ($42,180 to $52,680 for a single person to a family of four). The other 21 units are reserved for families earning at or below 30% area median income ($23,750 for a family of three).

Now open

If there’s one thing we love even more than looking ahead to the future, it’s enjoying the present at one of San Antonio’s newest spots. Check out this list of the Alamo City’s recently opened establishments.

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Frost Plaza at the Victory Capital Center.

Rendering courtesy of Spurs Sports and Entertainment

Business

The Rock at La Cantera, 1 Spurs Way | Fall 2023 | After seven years of planning, the $500 million campus includes the Victory Capital Performance Center, a sports-performance research center, The Frost Plaza, kiosks, and restaurants for hosting events of all sizes + ages.

Community

Ralston Family Collections Center, 300 Alamo Plaza | Spring 2023 | The two-story, 24,000-sqft museums collections center is located behind the iconic Alamo Church, to the east of the Gift Shop in the Alamo gardens.

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Fish Chicharron Bowl with rice, crispy cod, a tamarind mustard sauce, and a basil + mint salad.

Photo by Embark Marketing

Dining

Box St. All Day, 17038 Fiesta Texas Dr., Suite 112 | Jan. 2024 | Located in La Cantera Heights near Six Flags Fiesta Texas, this brunch spot opened its sophomore location with all of your lunch favorites from its original location. Customers can also enjoy extended dinner time hours perfect for trying our its dinner menu.

Diez Flores, 1010 S. Flores St., Suite 110 | Dec. 2023 | Come experience the celebration of multiple Latin countries through cocktails and cuisine lead by Chef Tatu Herrera and cocktail pro Hector Vargas. Customers can indulge in various tapas, salads, sandwiches, and specialty cocktails.

Freight Fried Chicken, 312 Pearl Pkwy., Building 6 | Jan. 2024 | A new fried chicken concept by Chef Nicola Blaque pays homage to the culinary history + traditions shared by Black Americans who used the dish for economic survival after the Civil War.

Hook Land & Sea, 875 E. Ashby Place, Bldg. 2 and 3 | Dec. 2023 | The newest restaurant to step on the scene inside the Creamery District, customers can enjoy surf and turf options, along with a mix of cocktails + wine offerings.

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The Make Ready Market is located inside of the former Cavendar Cadillac dealership in downtown San Antonio.

Photo by SATXtoday team

Retail

SA Flavor, 11255 Huebner Rd., Ste. 203 | Jan. 2024 | Owner Garrett Heath started the business as a local resource guide for all things San Antonio and has evolved into the puro San Antonio Fiesta medal hub we know today. It’s newest location inside the Huebner Oaks Shopping Center is a great place to pick up Fiesta medals, clothing, hats, enamel pins, and stickers.

Make Ready Market, 203 8th St. | Dec. 2024 | San Antonio’s newest food + shopping hall — located south of the Historic Pearl — is a great place for locals and out-of-towners to hang out. Browse through the items at The Fair Goods and then grab a bite to eat at one of its many restaurants.

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