Weston Urban acquired the Savoy in 2016 and worked with a master stone mason to clean, restore and preserve the historic exterior built in the late 1800’s. The upper floors have been redeveloped into creative office space and the street level offers retail space with historic charm.
Dry Goods Building
107 N. Flores
The renovation work on the Dry Goods Building was rooted in retaining the building’s historic character and charm. The property is located in the heart of the central business district, one block from Frost Tower and across the street from city hall.
The Frost Tower
111 W. Houston
With its sleek and angular glass form, The Frost Tower brings a touch of modernity to the downtown San Antonio skyline. Designed by world renowned architectural firm Pelli Clarke Pelli and landscaped by National Design Award winning GGN, it is the only A++ office building in the city.
The Milam Building
115 E. Travis St.
Built in 1928 and rising 21 stories, The Milam Building is a classic Twentieth-Century skyscraper in the Spanish Revival style, but with a Chicago twist. The building is currently under renovation.
425 Soledad St.
Sitting in the heart of downtown, 425 Soledad has retail square footage offering private options, open office layouts and small move-in ready suites.
The Rand Building
110 E. Houston St.
Weston Urban acquired The Rand Building in 2013 and commenced a complete interior and exterior renovation. The Rand is now the heart of the Houston Street tech corridor, providing a home for Geekdom, San Antonio’s #1 Coworking Space.
Washington Sqaure sits immediately between UTSA’s existing downtown campus and the school’s new footprint which will include theCollege of Business and School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration. The building is conveniently located close is Market Square and the new Federal Court House.
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An urban amenity adding leafy recreation space at the center of San Antonio’s emerging tech district.