SAN ANTONIO - An investment group finalized a deal for a historic building downtown that was previously slated to become a mixed-use project with apartments.
Trustees on behalf of the Siskind Family Trust, a Las Vegas-based entity, closed on the Henry Terrell Building, at North Alamo and Third streets. The three-story brick building was built in 1908.
Before the sale, there were plans for apartments and retail space on the ground floor. The developer, Mitch McManus of Uptown Interests, decided to sell because of high renovation costs and the lack of parking.
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