1. City Base Commons (Future)
2. San Antonio Metro Health / Bridge PTS
3. University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine
4. KBRwyle
5. The Kennedy Apartments
6. The Greenline, Park
7. The Landings Apartments
8. Embassy Suites at Brooks
9. Southerleigh Brewing Co. (Spring 2020)
10. Heritage Oaks at Brooks
11. Darryl W. Lyons Park
12. Brooks Main Office
13. Brooks Development Center
14. Texas House District 119, Representative Roland Gutierrez
San Antonio District 3, Councilwoman Rebecca J. Viagran
South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
15. City Base Landing Retail Center (Starbucks, Best Buy, James Avery)
16. Jim Greenfield Park
17. Compass Rose Academy
18. Calumet Specialty Products
19. Carenet Healthcare Services
20. ATI Physical Therapy
21. 70,000 sq. ft. Office Building
22. Retail Center (Walmart, Sam’s Club, Chick-Fil-A)
23. CAST Med, biomedical magnet high school
24. Aviator Apartments
25. San Antonio Emergency Operations Center
26. Brooks Medical Plaza Building
ENT Clinics of San Antonio
Oncology San Antonio
Creedmoor Orthopedics
Texas Endosurgery Institute

27. Hangar 9, Event Venue
28. Mission Trail Baptist Hospital
29. The Anderson at Brooks
30. Holiday Inn Express & Suites
31. Hampton Inn
32. Brooks Spay & Neuter Clinic
33. Brooks Board Room
34. City of San Antonio Radio Repair
35. San Antonio Emergency Dispatch Center
36. San Antonio K-9 Training Center
37. Mission Solar Energy
38. DPT Laboratories
39. Brooks Academy of Science and Engineering (BASE)
40. Brooks Park (CoSA)
41. The Waters, Professional Office Building (Future)
42. Medical Office Building Development (Future)
43. Nissei Plastic Machinery America Inc.
44. VIA Transit Center
45. 350,000 sq. ft. Industrial Facility (2019)
46. Medical Office Building Development
47. MixFIT SA
48. La Gloria & El Machito restaurants (Future)
49. Southerleigh Coast and Comfort (March 2020)
50. Proposed 1,000,000 sq. ft. Facility
51. Cuisine Solutions (Coming 2020)
52. Proposed 40,000 sq. ft. Facility
53. Proposed 40,000 sq. ft. Facility
54. Proposed 30,000 sq. ft. Facility
55. Proposed 50,000 sq. ft. Facility
56. OKIN Business Process Solutions

Brooks believers

Those who chose to take a chance on Brooks in the early days have had their investment returned in many ways. Brooks began with more than 1,300 acres of development. With just 350 acres remaining available for development on campus, opportunity is running out to join the ranks of other successful believers. Could this be the big opportunity you have been looking for?

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Success Stories

When Japan-based, plastic injection molding machine maker Nissei Plastic Industrial Co. LTD was looking for a new location for a United States plant with close proximity to Mexico, Brooks proved to be the perfect home. Not only is San Antonio close to Central and South America, but its central location in North America means easy export to the entire continent. The support and benefits of developing at Brooks has allowed Nissei to meet its ambitious goals.

Built in 1918, Hangar 9 is the oldest wooden aircraft hangar of its kind still standing in its original location. After a multi-million dollar renovation, Hangar 9 is now an open-air, 8,700 square foot versatile event space. The hangar is a San Antonio Historic Landmark, listed in the Texas State Historical Survey and the National Register of Historic Places, as well as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

DPR Investments

In 2017, the federal Tax Cuts and Job Act established a tax incentive tool called Opportunity Zones, which was designed to foster economic growth in 24 tracts in San Antonio, including Brooks. In 2019, Brooks secured the state’s first Opportunity Zone investment when DPR Investments bought 9.4 acres at Brooks, which will be used to develop a climate-controlled, self-storage facility, as well as office space for small businesses to rent.

Brooks VIA Transit Center

The state-of-the-art, Wi-Fi-connected bus hub is connecting the South Side to the rest of the city like never before with high-frequency bus service, including an express route to downtown. More than just increased connectivity, the VIA Transit Center is taking innovation to the next level with solar panels on the roof, real-time next-bus information screens, digital planning kiosks, and electric car-charging ports.

Luna Rosa Puerto Rican Grill y Tapas

After growing up in Puerto Rico, Iris Gonzalez-Ornelas always dreamed of opening a restaurant and serving the food of her childhood to the people of San Antonio. Alongside her husband and two sons, Iris opened Luna Rosa in 2014 to the delight of the South Side. The restaurant was even featured on the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” with a visit from Guy Fieri himself.

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