December 15 2020

Roadwork completion first step toward urban-style living in San Antonio suburbia

by Shari Biediger
This article was originally published in the San Antonio Reporton December 11, 2020

The initial stages of a development project hailed as San Antonio’s first new-urbanism neighborhood are complete and negotiations with builders are underway. 

A group of local developers who met just over a year ago in the middle of a former cornfield and broke ground for the Vicinia development says they are in talks with at least four companies, each planning to build townhomes or apartments in the far West Side community.

The developers working together under the business name, PMI 2016, are Ed Cross, Christian Archer, and Micheal Westheimer.

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