Growth in e-commerce is only one factor in the demand for warehouse and distribution space and rising rates in the industrial market.
With 60 U.S. stores in cities along the East Coast, the German grocer Lidl has yet to make good on its plans to build on land it purchased in San Antonio.
The price of downtown’s Class A office space is rising sharply as demand grows, inventory shrinks, and, at last, new opportunities fill the skyline.
San Antonio ranks 46th among the top 50 North American markets when it comes to tech talent, according to an annual ranking.
Low-cost German grocer Lidl has purchased just over 5 acres to develop its first store on San Antonio’s far Northwest side next year.
San Antonio has nowhere to go but up in a national survey of cities attracting tech talent.