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Old 10-14-2020, 04:44 PM
 
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I'm curious which Southward corridor has seen the most growth and which has seen the least in recent years.

90 West toward Castroville, Hondo and Uvalde.
I35 South toward Devine, Lytle and Somerset.
16/281/I37 toward Poteet, Jourdonton and Pleasanton.
181 towards Elmendorf/Floresville
87 towards La Vernia and St Hedwig.
"I35 South toward Devine, Lytle and Somerset. " would be my guess for the most.

"90 West toward Castroville, Hondo and Uvalde." for the least, my guess again.
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Old 10-15-2020, 11:47 AM
 
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I haven't been out that way in years. My late parents pick was New braunfels or Gonzalez. But that would be AFTER my dad retired from the USAF. He came back here in 1971 from NSA in Maryland and he moved to Schertz and I have been here ever since. Towns like Castroville and Hondo are expanding, so is La Vernia. People are moving out from San Antonio , due to all the 'ausslanders(may have misspelled the german)". That was his remark, outlanders moving here. A lot from California, Midwest and New york/east Coast because it's cheap here. But they are going to try to change things to the way it is where they came from.
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Old 10-16-2020, 10:43 AM
 
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I'm curious which Southward corridor has seen the most growth and which has seen the least in recent years.

90 West toward Castroville, Hondo and Uvalde.
I35 South toward Devine, Lytle and Somerset.
16/281/I37 toward Poteet, Jourdonton and Pleasanton.
181 towards Elmendorf/Floresville
87 towards La Vernia and St Hedwig.
90 West has been growing the most with San Antonio surging into Medina County. The La Vernia/Floresville area is second. 90 west has cheap land and cheap housing while La Vernia is more expensive along with Floresville.

St. Hedwig will never grow because A-1R: Agri/Residential (5 ac minimum) is 95% of their zoning. If they change it to their residential the smallest tract is 2.5 ac minimum.

https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/0e2...g%20Distri.pdf

There are developments that are popping all along I-10 on the northern fringes of St. Hedwig.

Atascosa county has some limit new developments popping up.

None of this compares to Comal and Guadalupe county growth.
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