Ken Schaumburg

  • WholeLife Cos. Buys Land for Premier Active Adult Community in Cibolo Canyons

    WholeLife Companies is one step closer to starting construction on its planned $55 million active adult living community in Cibolo Canyons. On December 17, the developer announced it completed the acquisition of a 32-acre parcel of land just across the street from the entrance to the J.W. Marriott Hill Country Resort and Spa and the two PGA Tournament Players Club golf courses. It will be the future home of The WholeLife Traditions community.

    San Antonio 30 December 2013 06:48

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