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Old Posted Sep 13, 2018, 1:40 PM
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SAN ANTONIO │ Bright Shawl Development │ 5 FLOORS │ U/C

This goes to HDRC on the 19th. Five floors with ground floor retail.






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Not groundbreaking, but aesthetically classic... and retail.

If this gets started soon, it could be in Frost's northeast webcam.

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Old Posted Sep 13, 2018, 6:36 PM
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More infill and density.

I strongly wish that HEB would consider a second "SoFlo"-like store for the River North/Tobin Hill/Pearl/Lower Broadway residents. The residential density in that area is blowing up and there isn't a store nearby that the residents can reach by foot in 10 minutes or less.
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More infill and density.

I strongly wish that HEB would consider a second "SoFlo"-like store for the River North/Tobin Hill/Pearl/Lower Broadway residents. The residential density in that area is blowing up and there isn't a store nearby that the residents can reach by foot in 10 minutes or less.
IIRC HEB owns a parking lot near the gay strip.
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HDRC gave final approval to this a few minutes ago with a stipulation that they work on garage screening.
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2019, 8:38 PM
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Bright Shawl has been demolished. Only thing that remains are the historical structures and it appears they are going to move them.
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AUGUSTA APARTMENTS

Looks like this project pulled construction permits in April per the Bizjournal. There were about 4 permits shown for a total of around $27MM.

https://www.bizjournals.com/sananton...ine#g/453965/9

It also looks like they will be called the Augusta Apartments.

"Augusta Apartments

The largest of the four CCHIP applicants, the 260-unit Augusta Apartments will be on a nearly 2.3-acre city block enclosed by Augusta and Dallas streets and Brooklyn and McCullough avenues. Being developed by Dallas-based Stillwater Capital, the mostly market-rate project has already been approved by the HDRC and is expected to be complete by July 2021.

-13 units reserved for families earning less than 80 percent of area median income
-$112,601 in city fee waivers
-$846,755 in SAWS fee waivers
-15-year rebate of a portion of City property taxes paid by the developer, of which 25 percent will go directly into a new fund for future affordable housing developments
-Developer tax rebate estimated at $154,300 the first year
-Affordable Housing Fund contribution estimated at $51,400 the first year"
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Old Posted Aug 6, 2019, 4:15 PM
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They've made a lot of progress on this project. Last weekend I drove by and saw a crane and one to two floors of garage and apartments up already.
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