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San Antonio: CST Brands fills tank with 2.5-acre purchaseSan Antonio: CST Brands fills tank with 2.5-acre purchasehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=107922015-10-13T05:00:00Z2015-10-13T17:00:00Z

​SAN ANTONIO - Thanks to investments McCombs Family Partners made in South San Antonio a decade ago, the area is quickly becoming a retail hub and is attracting some of the biggest names in the market, the latest one being CST Brands Inc.

The San Antonio-based fuel and convenience retailer has closed on a 2.5-acre site at the corner of Old Pearsall Rd. and SW Loop 410 for a future convenience store with fuel stations for both cars and trucks.

The sale will also result in the formation of five fully developed pad sites, which will likely attract fast-food or retail users.

The site was initially part of a 138-acre tract the McCombs entity purchased ten years ago.

The initial 138 acres has been parceled out over the years, with Habitat for Humanity buying a 50-acre tract and 20 acres donated to the Southwest Independent School District for an elementary school. The remaining 60 acres will be held for future development.

Just a bit north of the site, Walmart opened a Supercenter at 8538 S IH 35, and others such as Traders Village, McDonald's, Bill Millers BBQ, have been able to attract the growing population base in the area.

Further, multifamily developments such as The NRP Group's 322-unit Palo Alto Apartments will only continue to drive population growth.
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio-New Braunfels
Retail
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