Graystreet has several projects that illustrate their commitment to creating livable urban environments, that pay homage to the city’s history and assets.
The Light Building
The historic site was home to the San Antonio Light, a local publication which ran from 1881 to 1993. Perhaps more than any other project in Graystreet’s repertoire, this one exemplifies the fusion of San Antonio’s past and future. It was important to maintain the historic façade, which has been an icon of both the Broadway and McCullough corridors for decades.
The Kress and Grant Buildings
WeWork will be the main tenant at the Grant building. On the first floor, Graystreet plans to curate a food hall that will act as a gathering place in the Houston Street Corridor.
One of San Antonio’s biggest urban success stories of the last decade has been the Historic Pearl. Graystreet has plans for the area it calls “Broadway East” features a cluster of properties on both sides of Broadway just east of the Pearl. Broadway East is a 1.6-million-square-foot, mixed-use development across Broadway from the Pearl, and for a nearby tower with a W Hotel and office space.
Travis Park Plaza
Home to Graystreet’s offices, Travis Park Plaza will be home to Hopscotch, the interactive art exhibit, as well as other tenants including a coffee shop and place for happy hour cocktails.
- 200 Peacock Alley
- 404 N. Alamo Street
- 212 Nolan Street
- 131 W. Carson Street
- 1563 N. Alamo Street
- 600 Navarro Street
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