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Old Posted Aug 2, 2007, 8:48 PM
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San Antonio Suburban Housing Update

I created this for another forum but figure it wouldn't hurt to post here. So far I just have a few San Antonio housing developments, the ones that came to me and which I could find information and pictures for, and nothing too far outside SA in other areas of the metro. Please, this is for everyone, don't turn this thread into a "anti-sprawl" argument please discuss the developments and if you dislike or hate this stuff just hit the back arrow bottom on your browser.


Northeast

Arcadia Meadows > Housing > Single-Use
Size: 326 acres
Location: Off 1516 just north of Binz-Engleman Rd
Details: 1,020 single family homes



South

Espada > Housing > Mix-Use
Size: 1,850 acres
Location: 410 and Roosevelt Ave
Details: 1 billion dollar development planned by Terramark of Houston and McGuyer Homebuilders of Dallas-Fort Worth with plans for 5,000 housing units from single family homes to townhomes to apartments as well as parks, schools, churches, libraries, office, retail and commercial


  • Soon the be added:

    Triple L mixed-use mega development on the south side.

Far Northwest

Cresta Bella > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 400 acres
Location: I-10 and Camp Bullis Road
Details: 700 single family homes, 750 multifamily units, 130 acres of retail and office which may include a plus one million square foot retail center




Hills of Castle Rock > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 1,766 acres
Location: Highway 16 and Park Road 37
Details: 4,500 single family homes, 1,200 multifamily units, 14-story hotel, retail, office, grocery store, golf course and more



Alamo Ranch > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: Over 3,000 acres
Location: Near 1604 and Culebra
Details: 15,000 signle family homes, 900,000 square foot retail center, seperate 2 million plus square feet mixed-use development to include 1 million square feet of office, 400,000 square feet of retail, a hospital campus, a hotel and nearly 500 multi-family units.




Far West

Medina Springs > Housing > Single-Use
Size: 200 acres
Location: Highway 90 and Grossenbacher Rd.
Details: Nearly 1,000 single family homes with plans for a new school for the Medina Valley Independent School District to be built within Medina Springs



The Orchard > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 564 acre
Location: Highway 90 and 211
Details: 2,000 residential units and a 300-acre power center to include a mix of garden offices, hotel development and retail.



Falling Water > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 960 acres
Location: 211 just south of Potranco Rd
Details: 2,400 single family homes, 500-700 multi-family units, retail, office, Medina Valley ISD school and an 18-hole golf course



West Meadows > Housing > Single-Use
Size: 600 acres
Location: Highway 90 and Montgomery Rd
Details: 2,400 single family homes




Briggs Ranch > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 1,003 acres
Location: 211 and Highway 90
Details: 1,911 single family homes, 500 apartments, 165 town homes, 700-unit timeshare with water park, 200-room hotel, 500,000 square feet of office, and 800,000 square feet of retail




Stevens Ranch > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 2,200 acres
Location: 211 and Potranco Rd
Details: 4,300 plus single family homes, 450 multi-family units, 733-acres of commercial development, four northside ISD schools,




Redbird Ranch > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 2,000 acres
Location: 211 and Potranco
Details: 7,000 single family homes; 175-acres of office, retail and multi-family development




Applewood Ranch > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 240 acres
Location: Loop 1604 and Highway 90
Details: 1,100 single family homes, 270 multi-family units, 300,000 square feet of retail




Far Northeast

Crescent Hills > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 2,778 acres
Location: Southwest Comal County
Details: A mix of single family housing, multi family, retail and office. Also part of the development are two elementary schools, day care center and park.



Bison Ridge > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 245 acres
Location: Cibolo
Details: 900 single family homes, 270 multi-family units, 68 acres of commercial development and a 27 acre park




Cibolo Town Center > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 1,200 acres total
Location: Cibolo
Details: 700-acre neighborhood with single family, multi-family, office, civic, 500-acre central park, many pocket parks, library, museum, interpretive center, amphitheater, schools and more.




Far Southwest

Westlakes by the River > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 480 acres
Location: 1604 and Pue Road
Details: 1,000 single family homes, 180 townhomes, 50 acres of multi-family units, 35 acres of retail




Far South

Preserve at Medina River > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 532 acres
Location: Highway 16 and Watson Rd
Details: 1,200 single-family homes, 360 multifamily units and 65-acres of commercial land with 500,000 square feet of retail



Copper Ridge > Housing > Single-Use
Size: 585 acres
Location: 1604 and Campbellton Rd
Details: 1,824 single-family homes, South ISD school site and a recreation center homes


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Old Posted Aug 3, 2007, 7:31 AM
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Just added Copper Ridge on the far south side, Applewood Ranch on the far west side, Westlakes by the River on the far southwest side and Bison Ridge in Cibolo.

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Old Posted Aug 3, 2007, 2:42 PM
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That is a whole lot of houses...

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I'm surprised no one's commented on the Hills of Castle Rock, a 14-story building way out there and not one peep.
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I'm surprised no one's commented on the Hills of Castle Rock, a 14-story building way out there and not one peep.
Oh, cool. I had figured it was all single family stuff. Are there any articles/info about it? What hotel brand would be? What's the hotel name and location?
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Old Posted Aug 4, 2007, 4:58 AM
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same here... i wouldn't have imagined a 14 floor hotel way in the boondocks... but then again, i would have thought that with the city of san antonio being the 7th largest city in the nation, it would also have buildings of adequate size to go along with that!!!
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Jesus, the Hills of CR is really far for a 14 story building out there in the middle of nowhere pretty much.
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Just added Espada on the south side.
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FAR WESTSIDE


Villages at West Pointe > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 3,200 acres
Location: Wiseman Blvd; Talley Rd
Details: 8,240 single family homes, 949 acres of commercial, 18 acres of multifamily, three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.

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^^^ Jesus, that is a lot of homes.
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Old Posted Sep 4, 2007, 8:14 AM
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^^^ Jesus, that is a lot of homes.
Conisdering it's right next to the 15,000 home Alamo Ranch masterplanned community, it seems small.
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were is this new hotel in the middle of no where
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