The Houston Business Journal’s Landmark Awards recognize impressive real estate projects that make a significant impression on the Houston landscape and help sculpt the look, feel and image of the city. DC Partners is proud to announce that two of our projects have been nominated for Landmark Awards. Read More >>
A slate of luxury apartment towers, state-of-the-art headquarters and hotels under construction promise to fill in the downtown San Antonio skyline — but residents may have to wait a while longer to see the results.
Construction on The Arts Residences at the Thompson San Antonio — a $116 million high-rise at 123 Lexington Ave. — is expected to wrap in early 2020. The tower will have 63 luxury condominiums and 162 premium hotel rooms.
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At Arabella, a high-end condominium tower along the West Loop, buyers with good credit can qualify for a mortgage with just 10 percent down.
But those with an M.D. after their name can get a mortgage without putting down a penny.
Banks have been making zero-down mortgage loans to doctors in recent years as they’ve realized that while physicians may be in debt from medical school, their salaries are high and they make good banking customers.
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San Antonio, Texas, May 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DC Partners announced it has achieved a major milestone, selling 60 percent of the condominium homes in The Arts Residences at the Thompson San Antonio hotel since its sales office opened last May.
“We are proud of reaching 60 percent sold in a year! The interest in this property is increasing daily, and we are continuing to see a large influx of buyers from the San Antonio area,” said Roberto Contreras, CEO of DC Partners, which is developing its first project in the San Antonio market. “Homebuyers are recognizing the unique nature and timeless value of The Arts Residences, and San Antonio will benefit enormously from this project, which creates jobs and boosts the local economy.”
SAN ANTONIO – A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for next week to begin construction on a new high-rise that will include dozens of residences and more than 150 hotel rooms.
The Arts Residences and Thompson San Antonio will be built at the corner of North St. Mary’s Street and Lexington Avenue, along the River Walk and across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Artist renderings show an impressive and elegant facade; the hotel rooms feature upscale fixtures and plush accomodations.
Houston-based developer DC Partners announced they have sold 30 percent of the condominium homes in The Arts Residences at the Thompson San Antonio Hotel since opening the sales gallery on May 11, making it one of the fastest-selling high-rise luxury condominium project in Texas. Located on the San Antonio River Walk, the $116 million, 20-level mixed-use hotel condominium tower atop San Antonio’s first Thompson Hotel is bringing much-sought-after luxury living accommodations to downtown San Antonio’s Arts District.
The development team behind a future mixed-use project on Allen Parkway near downtown has released renderings of the project.
Houston-based DC Partners and Tianqing Real Estate Development LLC — the U.S. subsidiary of Tianqing Group Real Estate Co. Ltd., one of the largest real estate developers in China — teamed up to develop the $500 million-plus project last year. Architecture firm HOK designed the development, according to an April 25 press release.
A skyline-changing development by a Chinese real estate company is a vote of confidence for Houston’s economy.
Tianqing Real Estate Development, US subsidiary of Tianqing Group, on Monday released architectural renderings of a multi-use development designed as a crossroads connecting downtown and uptown Houston. Read More »
Renderings released Tuesday show a sleek development of glass and steel towers along a scenic 6-acre site on Allen Parkway.
DC Partners and Tianqing Real Estate Development are planning the $500 million-plus project whose first phase will include a luxury hotel and condominium tower, a retail pavilion and office building. Read More »
Katie’s parting words: 5 projects she’ll be watching from afar
I may not be living in San Antonio for much longer, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be keeping an eye on some of the developments moving through the city’s pipeline. Here are some that are worth a plane ticket to come back and see once they’re completed.