The fifty acres on the southwest corner of I-10 and UTSA Blvd, long one of most coveted plots of land in the fast growing northwest side, is about to become Parkline, a major new mixed use development, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
Atlanta based KDC, the developer which worked with Weston Urban on the new Frost Bank Tower downtown, says Parkline will include up to one million square feet of office space, as well as 1100 apartments and townhomes, a 135 room luxury Aloft Hotel, and more than 100,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
The project will be centered around the Leon Creek Greenbelt, which runs through the property.
Rob Schumacher of Shumacher Interests, which is part of the development, says construction has already begun.
“Parkline has been a long time in the making and is about to explode!” Schumacher said. “If you go out there now, you will see new roads and our first phase of apartments and some substantial dirt work for our second phase that will deliver sites for a new Aloft Hotel, Starbucks, and a retail building.”
Ryan McManigal of KDC says Parkline will be a 'future destination for San Antonio.'
“Parkline will check all the boxes for what employers and employees are looking for when choosing where and how they want to work. The integrated and walkable masterplan is going to make this a special place,” said Pete Van Amburgh, KDC's Market Leader for San Antonio.
RENDERING COURTESY OF KDC