Representatives of the developer and Frost Bank led tours of the tower and showed off its soaring panoramic views, architectural details, smart technology features, and its nod history.
Weston Urban purchased the 103-year-old building at the southeast corner of Flores and Commerce streets late last month.
City Council approved a $59.5 million contract for renovations to the existing Frost Tower that City staff will move into in 2021.
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.
Frost Tower, the first office high-rise to join downtown’s skyline in three decades, has reached its full height and will open for business in 2019.
During a hard-hat tour of the Frost Tower, the Rivard Report got an early look at got an early look at the construction of what will be a 24-story building.
San Antonio is getting its first Royal Blue Grocery at the corner of Houston and Soledad streets on the ground level of the historic Savoy Building.
Santa came early this year for pizza lovers with news that the owners of popular Northside restaurant Sangria on the Burg plan to open a new eatery in San Antonio’s downtown tech district this spring.
Weston Urban’s acquisition of historic buildings in downtown San Antonio continued with its purchase last week of the Milam Building, a 1920s-era office building that will be converted to an apartment tower with some office and retail tenants, expanding the growing prospects for downtown residential living.
The City of San Antonio has published for public review a comprehensive downtown development proposal by Weston Urban and Frost Bank that would transform several square blocks of western downtown north of Main Plaza into a vibrant new urban zone over the next six years.