California developer plans new apartments and shops near St. Mary’s Strip

The California developer behind other mixed-use and hotel projects in San Antonio is spearheading another residential project that will transform a section of the street between St. Mary’s Strip and Tobin Hill. Harris Bay, which has an office in San Antonio, is planning a 1,000-unit residential complex with 70,000 square feet of commercial space, Express-News reports.

The project will be built along West Josephine Street in the Tobin Hill Historic District between the popular nightlife destination, St. Mary’s Street and the Pearl. It’s right around the corner from The Lonesome Rose honky-tonk club.

According to the rezoning request documents, the project will consist of four buildings, including one next to the Nathaniel Hawthorne Academy on the corner of East Dewey Place and North St. Mary Street, and two on either side of Polk Street.

The proposed development will have 70,000 square feet of commercial space.

Courtesy of CREO Architecture / Courtesy of CREO Architecture

“You get the best of both worlds. We believe this particular location will continue to thrive given the density of walkable amenities,” Jake Harris, managing partner at Harris Bay, told Express-News.

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