Cogeco Communications Downtown Move

Behind the Deal: Cogeco Communications Downtown Move

Canadian cloud hosting and information technology services company, Cogeco Communications Inc., recently moved its San Antonio office from Pearl to downtown. Cogeco Communications, doing business as Cogeco Peer 1, sells cloud hosting services — or a slice of a computer server in a data center — to other businesses and moved to the Burns Building […]

SAISD Downtown Admin Building

First Look: SAISD planned downtown admin building

The San Antonio Independent School District intends to keep its administrative operations downtown and plans to build a 140,000-square-foot building near Fox Technical High School, recent plans submitted to the Historic and Design Review Commission show. Plans for the three-story building will go before the HDRC on Wednesday seeking conceptual approval. Designed by San Antonio-based […]

Vegas Developer Settlement Land Sale

Vegas developer looking to sell land around A&M-San Antonio after lawsuit settlement

A seven-year lawsuit between the former development partners behind a master-planned project at Texas A&M University-San Antonio has been settled, and progress on the long-stagnant development may be close behind. Two weeks ago, Houston-based Fulbright & Jaworski LLP and its former San Antonio partner, Jane Macon, settled its long-standing case with Las Vegas-based Verano Land […]

Alamo Bowl Teams

Alamo Bowl to feature two top-25 teams

The Valero Alamo Bowl will feature two top-25 teams as No. 13 Washington State will face No. 24 Iowa State on Dec. 28 in San Antonio. It’s the first postseason trip to the Alamo City for Iowa State, which will represent the Big 12 Conference. The Pac-12’s Washington State will make its second Alamo Bowl […]

San Antonio Medical Center Growth

Medical center growth drives restaurateur further north

In a few weeks, restaurateur Aldo Ghaffari expects to turn out the lights for good in the medical center-area building he has served customers in for more than three decades, making way for a mixed-use development that will mark the end of one era and what the Texas transplant hopes is the beginning of another. […]

Comet Signs 166K-Square-Foot Lease

Sign company inks 166K-square-foot lease at I-10 and 410 East

San Antonio-based Comet Signs is tripling its local footprint with the lease of a 166,000-square-foot warehouse at the corner of Interstate 10 East and I-410 East. The industrial sign maker — which counts H-E-B LP, Whataburger and Valero Energy Corp. among its long list of clients — was founded in San Antonio in 1958 by […]

Austin Tech Business Move New Braunfels

Austin’s soaring rents drive tech business to New Braunfels

Fleeing soaring lease rates, audiovisual technology company Tekvox Inc. moved its headquarters from Austin to New Braunfels in recent months. Tekvox, which has about a dozen employees, sells custom managed hardware used to control video and audio in corporate boardrooms, meeting spaces and college campuses. The company designs and manufactures a stand-alone audiovisual kit, and […]

San Antonio City Manager

City manager plans to stay despite call for resignation

Sheryl Sculley is digging in when some are calling for her to walk away. The San Antonio city manager said she has no plans to step down from the position she has held since late 2005 — despite City Councilman Greg Brockhouse’s insistence that it’s time for her to go. Sculley has felt political heat […]