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SAN ANTONIO – With their purchase of the historic St. Paul Square, including Sunset Station and 11 buildings, REATA Real Estate aims to increase business and fully activate the district.
REATA now owns more than 50 percent of the buildings in the district.
The company is looking for businesses that can create an entertainment district with restaurants, bars, and concert venues similar to the Pearl or Southtown, Don Thomas, REATA partner, said.
“We want to make it a place that locals want to come to. […] Tourists want to go where the locals go anyway.”
Sunset Station, built in 1902, hasn’t served as a train station since 1998.
It has since undergone several renovation projects and serves as a venue for weddings and other events.
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