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Old Posted Dec 22, 2018, 12:12 PM
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That was old information. They were referring to March 2018. They wanted to do it prior to Fiesta - it never happened.
Actually, this is up to date information. The article you’re thinking of gave a start date of April 2018.
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Old Posted Dec 23, 2018, 6:52 AM
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According to an article today on mysanantonio.com under the title 10 Major Projects Changing the SA Skyline, this project is expected to break ground in March.

Happy Holidays to all!
Meh! Nothing we didn't already know. The projects that are hanging by a thread are hopefully awaiting a resurrection.

And God knows I liked the previous designs on the Joske's tower, so if that one is in limbo, hopefully it's because cooler heads will prevail.
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Old Posted Dec 24, 2018, 3:04 AM
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Meh! Nothing we didn't already know. The projects that are hanging by a thread are hopefully awaiting a resurrection.

And God knows I liked the previous designs on the Joske's tower, so if that one is in limbo, hopefully it's because cooler heads will prevail.

Nonetheless, Happy HOLIDAYS to all!!
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SA Express News- 11/27/19

Main Plaza hotel, retail and office building

REM Hospitality wants to build a tower at Main Plaza with a 184-room Cambria hotel, office and retail space and a restaurant.

The local firm bought the land at 100 N. Main in 2016 and partner Anand Bhakta previously said REM was working on securing financing. REM didn’t respond to recent inquiries.
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