As the developer of the Hedrick building scrapped plans to convert the historic structure into apartments for a hotel, the move will also bring the potential for a number of retail leases, including a speakeasy in the hotel's basement, said Uri Villarreal, a broker and minimum partner on the deal.
like a sub shop
manucured and pedi
there's been quit a bit of letters of intent put in.
we have I would say five letters of intent, they are nonbinding, the only lease 100 percent is the hotel
voss, two spaces, which we would expected to have a coffee shop and additional restaurant . . .
what are all the spaces???
DEVELOPING THE BLOCK, GIVE SOME CONTEXT
NAMES OF OTHER BUILDING? THE VOSS?
PARAPHRASE — we expect to be 100 percent open, to delivery the space to retail tenants firs tpart of nexyt year, jan and feb, hipw to have a grand opening with all tenants . . .
informed the city of San Antonio that it was changing its plans for the xx-story mid-rise from an apartment building to a hotel, the Rivard Report reported last week.
The hotel will contain about 40-45 rooms, and will be about WHAT SIZE
informed the city two days ago
"Monday we went to the city and notified them that we were no longer going to participate int he CCHIP program," Villarreal said.
Great Divide Realty & Development
PARAPHRASE — really just the feaibility of the project ans where we felt we could justify, because of the efficiency of the building, ost of the units would have to be small units . . .
"Given the construction costs, and because it's a historical building, it really was not feasible from a multifamily standpoint," Villarreal said.