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Old 08-02-2007, 02:41 PM
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Arcadia Meadows > Housing > Single-Use
Size: 326-acres
Location: Off 1516 just north of Binz-Engleman Rd
Details: 1,020 single family homes
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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

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Hills of Castle Rock > Housing > Mixed-Use
Size: 1,800-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

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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

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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.
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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

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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,

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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


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.


Cibolo Town Center > 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 South

Preserve at Medina River > Housing > Mixed-Use
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

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Old 08-03-2007, 02:11 AM
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Some more:

Far Westside

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

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

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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

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Far South

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 08-05-2007, 09:25 PM
Location: san antonio - 210
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Jesus, that's a lot of housing development. Just 50,000 single family homes alone.
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Old 08-05-2007, 10:23 PM
Location: NW KCMO 64151
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Sweet, now the south arc of 1604 will look like the north arc did in, oh, 1981?

In all seriousness, though, with the addition of the A&M campus, it looks like SA's growth may finally be starting to balance out. All we have to do is get the southeast side in on the fun.
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Old 08-05-2007, 10:33 PM
Location: San Antonio, TX
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I kinda miss "rural" parts of SA :'( lol
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Old 08-05-2007, 11:43 PM
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Smile More Supply Is A Good Thing

Keep those property values down and ultimately property taxes. Of course, this is in all hopes (emphasis on hopes).
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Old 08-06-2007, 07:52 AM
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Bellini near La Cantera.

MySA.com: Business (http://www.mysanantonio.com/business/stories/MYSA072206.1D.BIZlacantera.ca67fc.html - broken link)

CG Financial Group LP -

Any information/maps on this?
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Old 08-06-2007, 08:14 AM
Location: san antonio - 210
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So far no.
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