Planned but nothing concrete for Essex Modern CityPlanned but nothing concrete for Essex Modern Cityhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=160042017-03-15T05:00:00Z2017-03-15T19:00:00Z

​​​​​​SAN ANTONIO – Local developer Efraim Varga and investment firm Harris Bay plan to start work by the end of 2017 on Essex Modern City—a $150 million mixed-use development at the crossing of Essex and Cherry streets.  

The first phase of the eight-acre project will transform a former pallet manufacturing site into: 
  • 80,000 sf of creative office space; 
  • 65,000 sf of retail; 
  • 248 apartments;
  • 160 condominiums; 
  • 80 townhomes and a food hall.
The project's first phase will take about three years to build and will cover about five acres. It will be all new construction except for a small 1930s building that will be rehabilitated.

The scope of the second phase will depend on the market, but the developers hope to build a condo tower between eight and 11 stories tall.
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