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Old Posted Apr 25, 2016, 1:20 PM
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I was an undergrad at UTSA and almost all of my classes were at the downtown campus. So yes... all the time. It isn't as bad as I really think you think it is.
UTSA is a full two blocks south of the bad area, you could go your entire college career without having to step foot in the areas I'm talking about. Since I assume you probably experienced this area only from your car, that SAC powerpoint that SAtown posted will fill you in on what that area is like on a daily basis.

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There are 10 buildings exactly like it going up in every city in the country.
Yeah. It's the urban equivalent of a tract housing/McMansion neighborhood. Cheap, over-sized and no attention to design.
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Old Posted Feb 21, 2019, 5:22 PM
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The SA BizJ just announced that Weston Urban bought this 2-acre block from a New York City-based investment company that bought the property during a foreclosure auction last year. So it sounds like the original plans for Vitre Apartments fell through but you know Weston Urban will do something great here.
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Old Posted Feb 21, 2019, 7:03 PM
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Why is this labeled as under construction?
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Why is this labeled as under construction?
Because they were doing site prep.
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Because they were doing site prep.
Then it should have been labeled site prep, not under construction.
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