Frost Tower developer Weston Urban breaks ground on next San Antonio project

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San Antonio developer Weston Urban is kicking off construction on its 32-story tower at 305 Soledad Street.

Illustration courtesy of Weston Urban

Weston Urban’s next big skyline-changing project in San Antonio is underway, kicking off developer Frost Tower’s refocusing on the residential market. Dallas-based builder Rogers-O’Brien Construction opened Weston Urban’s 32-story luxury apartment tower called 300 Main at 305 Soledad Street, which is less than a mile from the Frost Tower, according to a press release.

Weston Urban’s newest venture will be a 696,000 square foot building with ground floor retail, a six-level parking garage and 354 multi-family residential units upon completion.

Renderings show the residential tower that Weston Urban plans to build at 305 Soledad Street in downtown.

Renderings show the residential tower that Weston Urban plans to build at 305 Soledad Street in downtown.

Courtesy of Weston Urban

Residents of 300 Main will have access to two furnished terraces, a state-of-the-art fitness center and apartments with high-end finishes. Crews hope to complete the project by 2024. The project design received the final green light from the Story and Design Review Board in December 2021 and a 40% tax abatement from the city in February worth approximately $719,000.

Weston Urban returned to the residential market after completing Frost Tower in 2019. The developer also plans to convert the former Continental Hotel building into 15-storey apartments. The developer also purchased the historic Koehler House in the Alamo college district in February with plans to convert it into a hotel.

The prominent developer is also known for notable downtown projects like the restoration of the Rand Building, becoming what is now the home of Geekdom and Pabst Brewing Co. Weston Urban also bought the Milam Building in 2016 with plans to transform it into commercial and office space.





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