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Commercial Evolution: Reviving Grayson Heights

On any repositioning project, unforeseen challenges are par for the course. But when SA Quad Ventures and Stream Realty Partners decided to completely rebrand their nearly 80-year-old property on the outskirts of downtown San Antonio, Texas—a building with an already complicated construction history—adaptation was the name of the game. Built in the 1940s, Grayson Heights once housed Bank of America’s South Texan data center operations. However, when the bank relocated their data center almost a decade ago, the space was never filled. Hoping to restore the building’s purpose, the owners partnered...

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Structure Tone Southwest promotes Eric Hage to Regional Vice President in Dallas

DALLAS TX (July 11, 2019) – Structure Tone Southwest is pleased to announce the promotion of Eric Hage to Regional Vice President of the Dallas Office. As leader of the Dallas office, Hage is responsible for operations, business development, personnel, strategic planning and growth strategies. Most recently, Hage led Structure Tone Southwest’s business development efforts in North Texas and has been instrumental in strengthening and expanding the firm's positions in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. "Over the last decade, Structure Tone Southwest has experienced tremendous growth, expanding beyond our core business of corporate...

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WATERFRONT REVIVAL: American Water HQ

For decades, the Delaware River waterfront in Camden, New Jersey was a hub of industrial activity. But as manufacturing declined across the US, Camden suffered. Many factories closed and, over time, the waterfront was largely abandoned. For the last several years, however, the city, state and development community have been working to restore the waterfront and create a social and economic center that draws workers, visitors and residents back to Camden. One of the companies invested in that effort is American Water. The nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company...

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Quality Care, Close to Home

In the last few years, Westchester County, New York, has become somewhat of a healthcare hub. With its proximity to Manhattan, the area offers suburban patients the convenience of local service with the caliber of care found in the large hospital networks in the city. By 2016, the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) had taken notice and was expanding its Manhattan base into the suburbs. A former IBM complex in White Plains, New York offered just the right location—but it needed some major upgrades to become a premier outpatient center. BUILDING WITHIN A...

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