New year, new skyline. We’ve been hearing announcements on various developments — from the three major renovations at Pearl to upgrades at the SA Zoo. No surprise here, San Antonio’s business + economic development landscape will only continue to grow.
In case you skimmed over some of this groundbreaking news, here’s a quick recap of the most anticipated builds.
Innovation Center, Port San Antonio
The long-anticipated 130,000 sqft, $60 million Tech Port Center + Arena is now slated to open this Spring. This landmark building will host a 3,000+ seat technology arena, the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology, large 24-hour electronic gaming area, a research + development lab, and more.
305 Soledad St.
At 400 feet tall, this new residential tower is planned to be one of San Antonio’s tallest buildings. Developer Weston Urban — also behind the Frost Tower — has planned 354 residential units, a 456-space garage and 6,000+ sqft of ground-floor retail space for the 32-story tower. While this development technically won’t be completed until 2024, San Antonians will be able to watch this giant building slowly tower over the course of the next two years.
UTSA School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center, 506 Dolorosa St.
Already proving to be a pioneer in big data, cybersecurity, cloud computing + artificial intelligence, this new six-story facility will house seven UTSA research centers. Check out the virtual groundbreaking on the university’s website.
Jefferson Bank Headquarters, 1900 Broadway
San Antonio-based Jefferson Bank is getting a new 10-story headquarters. With just over 75 years under its belt, the bank has quickly solidified itself as one of the fastest growing banking centers in the Broadway corridor.
Federal courthouse, 214 W. Nueva St.
The long-awaited $144 million courthouse is finally set to be completed and fully occupied by early this year. Located at the southeast corner of W. Nueva and S. Santa Rosa, the new 235,000 sqft building sits on 6.3 acres and will hold eight courtrooms + 13 judges’ chambers.
(Psst… This list isn’t meant to be comprehensive. If there is a construction project you’d like to share with us, send it our way. We love hearing about new developments + businesses.)