From a complete luxury remodel of the Marriott Plaza hotel, to a towering residential project from the people behind Frost Tower, MySA is telling you which projects you should watch. Here are all the projects so far. 

Elmira Street apartments

Luxury apartments just keep popping up around the Pearl. The 263-unit, high-end Elmira Street apartments are being built by Silver Ventures, the development group behind the Pearl. 

The apartments will have ground level restaurant and coffee shop space with a pool above on the roof of the coffee shop. It’s not clear when it will be completed, but updated designs were approved in November 2021, clearing the way for construction, which hasn’t started. 

Broadway East apartments

Broadway is amid some serious changes, especially within the past year. The Broadway East apartments, which are part of a larger 20-acre, $560 million development, will have 386 units near E Grayson Street and N Alamo Street. 

Construction has already begun and the project was approved for $7 million from the Midtown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone over eight years in August 2021.

Aztec Theatre hotel

This one is a unique project that everyone should keep an eye on. The group behind the Aztec Theatre has new plans for the remaining upper floors of the historic entertainment venue. 

The lobby? Unlike traditional hotels, guests will find this lobby on the roof. 

Continental Hotel apartments

Weston Urban, the developer behind San Antonio’s now iconic Frost Tower, is pushing into residential developments, increasing luxury housing downtown. 

They have their sights set on the old Continental Hotel building Laredo and Commerce streets. The development calls for 258 residential units starting with an “amenity” room on the sixth floor that leads to a sky terrace and pool over a neighboring parking garage building. 

The project received design approval in July 2021. 

The Otis Hotel San Antonio, Autograph Collection

That’s a long name, but it belongs to a series of luxury high-end hotels with one recently built in Austin

White Lodging will renovate the old Marriott Plaza hotel near Hemisfair bungalow suites, a resort-style pool, and a new restaurant and bar featuring “cross-cultural cuisine.”

305 Soledad apartments

San Antonio developer Weston Urban plans to build a 32-story tower at 305 Soledad St.

San Antonio developer Weston Urban plans to build a 32-story tower at 305 Soledad St.

Illustration courtesy of Weston Urban

The next stage of Weston Urban’s residential push comes in the form of a skyline-altering, 32-story tower at 305 Soledad. 

The 305 Soledad apartments will have 351 market-rate apartments and 7,000 square feet of ground floor space for retail and a parking garage. The designs were approved in December 2021

Katherine Court apartments


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