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Old Posted Aug 24, 2008, 3:24 PM
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I read somewhere it ended on the 15 of this month.
I guess I'll just wat to see if any activity is going on, I pass by there almost daily.
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Very nice they need to finish working on Goliad on that part. They also need to start working on the Military and 37 interchange, the current clove leaf set up is horrid. Nice to see more development.

Yes were is the borders or Barnes and Noble...

I agree. It's pretty ugly.
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Construction has begun on the new interchange; they're ripping out the median on Military under 37 and prepping the "new" temporary exits.
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I saw i drove by recently to visit my parents. Its about time, it will make traffic flow much better, esp with all the stuff going in...

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There seems to be a newly constructed 9-space pylon sign up at the front of the site.

Also, the trucking company is completely deserted, as their lease ran out, so it seems construction will begin very soon.
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Old Posted Sep 5, 2008, 6:48 PM
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Yeah Allied advertising had a permit on August 25th even though I saw it go up when I posted it earlier in this thread. They should get started soon, the Lowe's on Zarzamora and 35 has been complete for a while; I know they were by the same developer. And even though this press release was in May 2007, it had an open date of Fall 2009.
With Lowe's in that location, I wonder what the anchors of CB west and CB south are going to be? Perhaps another Wal-mart and then we will have the 2 closest Wal-marts since the one on Roosevelt isn't close enough.
BTW, those are currently the two closest Wal-Marts in the country.
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Street lights came up on the new New Braunfels extension. By the end of this year, we'll see plans for the Medical Office Building to be built near the site of the SE Baptist Hospital.
A large sign has been placed along 37 on the northeast corner of the future "Lowes" site. looks kind of funny with Sonic at the very top.
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I forgot to say that the pylon sign I was talking about before was for a separate development than the one this thread is about. Looks like the first thing to open for this other center is the Sonics with 9 other stores set to open.
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The old trucking warehouse is partially demo'd; either that or someone ripped off parts for scrap metal.
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Is Circuit City still opening here?
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SE Loop 410 and Roosevelt Development

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Is Circuit City still opening here?
Don't know if CC is still in the grand scheme of things but I can say the the old warehouse has been completely leveled and as the new diamond interchange continues ( the temp. exits are in use now and the roundabouts are only partially used) the area still has alot of activity (construction-wise.) The site of the SE hospital is being prepped and I should have renderings or at least site plans for the Hospital at BCB by the end of this month.

Also, probably not worth starting another thread but it appears as if once this area is finally getting off the ground another seems to be also nearing groundbreaking.
With BCB, expansoin of Stinson Airport, Espada, Verano, TAMUSA, expansion of Palo Alto, and so on and so on; word of more development is set to break out, especially with projected help of TAMUSA.
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Despite credit crunch, retail project expected to break ground
San Antonio Business Journal - by Tricia Lynn Silva

Walker Enterprises LLLP, a Boulder, Colo.-based developer, expects to move forward with a planned retail center on the South Side.

The project will span 39,000 square feet on 10 acres of land and cost some $7 million to develop.

Jack Walker, principal in the firm, is in the process of lining up construction financing for the project. Despite the tough economic climate for such financing, the planned retail center does have some wind at its back due to the benefits of location, local industry observers say.

All told, Walker owns roughly 120 acres of land at the northwest corner of Southeast Loop 410 and Roosevelt Avenue — near the Toyota Tundra assembly plant and the future home of the new Texas A&M campus that is planned for San Antonio.

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The article says construction will begin in Feb. 09. I'll keep an eye out for it. I don't like that it is the typical 410 development but I do like that it is some development.
Here is the listing on loopnet.
Here is the flyer.
Here is the SS map.
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Good stuff Miaht.

I read about that development last week then totally forgot about it.

I agree, shame it's the same ol' suburban design.

I'm guessing the "theater" site plan is the most recent or is it the "Lowe's" site plan?
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I would assume it is the "Movie theater" plan.
The number of the pad sites, sq. footage and the fact that there is a Valero now where the corner pad of Phase 1 is leads me to make that assumption.
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The Lowes had an open date of Fall 2009 but looks like it could open in the next couple of months. Its looks pretty close to being finished.

Also about the other project on 410/Roosevelt; the land was cleared last week for what should be phase 1.
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