Preservationists’ dream featured in the 2011 Mahncke Park Home Tour. Built by notable developer H.C. Thorman in 1925, the two-story home maintains its historic charm while including modern amenities such as an open floor plan, dual-room master suite (convertable back to 3rd bedroom), & insulated exterior walls. Owner created larger master & has original materials to return back to three bedroom if needed. Numerous windows flood the home with natural light. Sited on a deep lot & a quiet street yet only minutes to Brackenridge Park, Ft. Sam Houston, The Pearl Farmer’s Market, Trinity University, UIW, Downtown, & more. Come take a look.
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I drove down Broadway this morning after having my car washed at The Wash Tub and passed by the start of construction on The Mosaic on Broadway. The Express-News wrote about the project last week. Below is their article.
I’m excited to see even more residential construction along the Broadway corridor. This site is near The Pearl and Sam’s Burger Joint. If VIA moves forward with the Mayor’s suggestion there may soon be a light rail line running from The Pearl down to HemisFair Park. All good things for San Antonio’s growing center city.
More downtown residents expected with Mosaic project
Mixed-use Mosaic will add 120 residential units to growing tally.
By Valentino Lucio
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
The Mosaic on Broadway - Front Elevation
It’s going to become a bit easier to find an apartment near downtown in the coming year.
Next week, work will begin on the Mosaic, a mixed-use development that is expected to add to the Midtown urbanization that is occurring around the northern stretch of the San Antonio River Walk.