SAN ANTONIO – Construction is underway on a $250 million development expected to bring homes, apartments, shops, and restaurants to the city’s South Side.
The community, VIDA, will be just north of Texas A&M University-San Antonio’s South Side campus.
SouthStar Communities is the developer of the project.
“At full build out, it’s going to be about 4,000 different types of housing. For sale, for rent, apartment, and townhomes,” said Thad Rutherford, president & CEO of SouthStar Communities.
Rutherford said the 600-acre regional hub is focused on community, education, and health.
This summer, construction crews have been building homes at the site located off Loop 410 and South Zarzamora.
“We have Palo Alto across the highway. We have Texas A&M-San Antonio. A bunch of faculty and students in this area. So, we think VIDA is going to be a great choice for them to live, to work, to play,” Rutherford said.
Read the full article and see the interview here: https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2022/07/14/new-development-bringing-homes-shops-and-hospital-to-southside-san-antonio/