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Old Posted Nov 2, 2019, 6:10 PM
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"Informal knowledge", nice loophole
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Old Posted Nov 4, 2019, 1:51 AM
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Fry, I get that this is a forum and people are free to state their opinions whether one agrees with said opinion or not, but, you have zero basis or reason for such a statement and boy are you flat out incorrect. Seriously, I can’t put into words just how wrong you are.
He sure is incorrect. According to an article today on The Rivard Report, Fry is very wrong!

No more baseless comments please
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Old Posted Nov 25, 2019, 1:44 AM
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Hey people!
Just noticing the slight slanted roof line on the Thompson from atop my residential building!! Love it! I hope the slanted roof line will be lit up at night!! It will make a UNIQUE addition to the already UNIQUE SA skyline!!
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Hey people!
Just noticing the slight slanted roof line on the Thompson from atop my residential building!! Love it! I hope the slanted roof line will be lit up at night!! It will make a UNIQUE addition to the already UNIQUE SA skyline!!
Thanks for the update. Any pix?
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Old Posted Nov 25, 2019, 6:21 PM
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I've got this photo here that I took yesterday (11/24/19). They added the stucco on the side next to hotel indigo. I'll try to get more pics later today if I can of the rest of the building.
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The slightly slanted roof line! Just hope it is lit at night!
Thank you The Model!!
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SA Express News- 11/27/19


DC Partners’ luxury hotel and condominium tower

Construction of The Arts Residences at the Thompson San Antonio hotel is expected to wrap up in the second quarter of 2020.

The $116 million project at 123 Lexington includes 59 luxury condominiums and 162 premium hotel rooms along with a restaurant, spa and other amenities. Eighty-five percent of the condos have been sold.

The high-rise, developed by DC Partners, received a $10 million incentive package from the city through the Center City Housing Incentive Policy, a program intended to spur downtown development. The initiative offers developers property tax rebates and construction loans, forgivable under certain conditions, to build housing downtown.

The package for DC Partners was the largest ever awarded under the policy before it was overhauled by City Council last year. Changes to the program are intended to expand the program’s reach beyond downtown and establish affordable housing requirements for developments that receive incentives.
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Old Posted Dec 1, 2019, 3:43 AM
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Although not all glass with this one, the glass that's going on is pretty sweet. It is something that we need ALOT...ALOT...ALOT... more of. The future is bright y'all.
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This building has made a big impact on the skyline and even driving on 410 near Fredericksburg, it shows its presence.
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