Are there some neighborhoods in San Antonio that are seeing more redevelopment than others? New construction homes, community revitalization, etc.?

Asked by Trulia San Antonio, San Antonio, TX Wed Nov 28, 2012

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Sue Baillio, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Wed Nov 28, 2012
New homes are the hottest ticket on the far north quadrant of San Antonio, very few pockets of inner city lots available for new construction.

The regentrification concept has been alive and kicking in San Antonio for many years now, but the real push has just begun. San Antonio seems to lag behind other major metropolitan areas in moving back into the city, some say it's because our suburban areas are still so accessible to the downtown areas....I think it has to do with the fact that the family lifestyle still out numbers the professional lifestyle.

Revitalization along the new river walk area extensions and the acceptance of more urban lifestyles has encouraged more apartment and condominiums construction in our city. More service oriented infrastructer is still need to make urban more of a reality.

San Antonio, like other big cities, is learning to adjust to a variety of new "housing concepts" to fit many new lifestyles relocating and growing in our city.

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martin, Home Buyer, Castle Hills, TX
Wed Dec 5, 2012
The Pearl District is mecca for redevelopment.
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Jason Campbe…, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Wed Nov 28, 2012
The quick answer is yes... You can find them all over the City. The NW side is the fastest growing sector for new construction. Historical districts are seeing the move revitalization....

But you can see a little of this just about all around the city really.
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Royce Simmon…, Agent, Cibolo, TX
Wed Nov 28, 2012
Certainly, the far north side each side of Hwy 281 North of Loop 1604 and the far west side, around the Hwy 16 and Loop 1604 have seen significant growth over the last few years. Also, on the far southside, the development of the Toyota Plant and a new Texas A&M San Antonio campus has driven growth in that area also.
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