Bulverde: 250-acre Singing Hills raises voice for new tenantsBulverde: 250-acre Singing Hills raises voice for new tenantshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=107902015-10-13T05:00:00Z2015-10-13T17:00:00Z

​​BULVERDE, COMAL COUNTY - Singing Hills — REOC's largest master-planned project in San Antonio so far — has hit its stride.

Handfuls of retail tenants are closing on portions of Singing Hill's more than 246,000 sf of inline space on a near-weekly basis, with the most recent additions including Security Service Federal Credit Union, Whataburger and Popeyes.

As more retailers close on land, begin construction and start to open their doors, momentum for the 250-acre, mixed-use development reaches a higher level.

The 200,000-sf Walmart Supercenter in the southern half of the project has been opened.

"The project is in full swing, and we hit the market at just the right time," said REOC President and Managing Partner, Todd Gold, adding that construction is about to start on additional floater retail centers throughout the property, some already close to being 100 percent preleased. "Pent-up demand in the market is working in our favor."

Over the next year or so, Singing Hills will quickly be filled with tenants such as quick-service restaurants, a Jiffy Lube, Wash Tub car wash, a couple of banks and financial service providers, medical providers, salons, a Burger King, a hotel, entertainment venue and possibly more office developments.

The multifamily and single-family components of the project will most likely begin in early 2016.
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio-New Braunfels
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