Townhome Project SOJO Crossing to Be Developed in San Antonio

In the Tobin Hill neighborhood, just one block away from the Museum Reach of the San Antonio River Walk, a community of 27 well-appointed townhome residences will begin to take shape. SOJO Crossing is the project of SOJO Urban Development LLC; they will work in collaboration with Alamo Architects and IDS Engineering Group.

In the Tobin Hill neighborhood, just one block away from the Museum Reach of the San Antonio River Walk, a community of 27 well-appointed townhome residences will begin to take shape. SOJO Crossing is a project of SOJO Urban Development LLC, working in collaboration with Alamo Architects and IDS Engineering Group.

The townhomes will be developed on three stories, with each building on an individual lot and each featuring a modern industrial design, enclosed garages and storage, fenced small yards and balconies for the second and third floors. Four spacious layouts are available. They range in size from 1,597 to 2,268 square feet. The buyer can choose the interior finishes and appliance packages.

However, the prime property feature is the location – just five minutes away from the center of downtown San Antonio and steps away from the historic Pearl Brewery, restaurants, boutique shopping, museums and Brackenridge Park. The San Antonio International Airport is only 15 minutes away, and Quarry Market and Quarry Village are 10 minutes away.

Pricing starts at $400,000. The development will break ground in March 2015, with finalization and move-in scheduled for the spring of 2016.

Photos courtesy of SOJO Crossing.