Some highlights from their portfolio include:
THE COMMERCE BUILDING
A registered National Historic Place built in 1902, the Commerce Building was originally the Alamo National Bank building. It is located in the heart of downtown San Antonio with the bones and architecture that could be transformed to make it a true architectural showcase of a San Antonio commercial building.
The objective was clear to us that with capital improvements we could take a dated dark interior and update the interior finishes with an elegant and modern design that would be timeless. Opening up floor plans for creative office space and investing in those improvements we could improve occupancy, rates, and the life of the building.
RIVERWALK SAN ANTONIO
An opportunity zone 112-key lifestyle boutique hotel located on the Historic San Antonio Riverwalk in the heart of the CBD. An art-centric focused hotel with world-class food and beverage options and international appeal.
ESSEX MODERN CITY
Harris Bay is transforming and redeveloping an underutilized 8+ acre industrial area of downtown San Antonio. Essex Modern City is a high-density mixed-use project focusing on creating an urban renaissance hub to redefine urban living, work, and community relationships. By utilizing world-class sustainable design, innovative technology for transportation, urban core development, clean energy, and community connections. A true mixed-use project with retail, creative office space, live/work units, for sale residential, rental apartments, a food Mercado and an engaging main central plaza with city skyline views
ANTIQUES WAREHOUSE LOFTS
SOUTHTOWN ARTS DISTRICT SAN ANTONIO, TX
Historic adaptive reuse of warehouse into luxury multi-family lofts and street-level retail. Preserving the history and layering in new technology and energy-efficient windows, roofing, insulation, and mechanical systems to enable this amazing building to last another 100 years.
RECENT MEDIA COVERAGE ON AREA
For more background on Harris Bay and their role in developing San Antonio’s downtown district:
- Adaptive Reuse of Travis Building Lands $18M First Mortgage
- More development coming to Southtown along Flores
- Site of scrapped downtown boutique hotel finds buyer