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On the up and up
Mark our words: 2019 is going to be a big year in San Antonio. As the fastest growing city in America, there are new restaurants, stores, homes, offices and more being built in every corner of the city. Take a peek at some of the businesses slated to open next year.
With each new construction popping up in the San Antonio area, we’re adding to the overall blueprint of our city. Every new business built in the San Antonio city limits needs a solid infrastructure, including water access. As the city grows, so does SAWS, and we’re making the right moves today to ensure a successful tomorrow.
Legoland Discovery Center
Every little builder’s dream is coming true in early 2019. Legoland’s indoor playground is set to open in Rivercenter mall after the New Year and will feature 10 themed zones, like a 4D Cinema, Kingdom Quest, Miniland, and Duplo Farm. The Discovery Center is intended for kids age 3-10, but we have a feeling some adults will be having fun at this colorful playland too.
La Gloria and El Machito
If you live on the South Side near Brooks, you’re in for a treat. Johnny Hernandez is opening his famed La Gloria and El Machito at the former Air Force Base. Celebrating the rich and delicious street foods from Mexico, La Gloria has been a San Antonio favorite for years. It’s younger sibling, El Machito, follows the same inspiration, but focuses on mesquite-grilled meats prepared In the traditional style of northern Mexico.
Also, keep an eye out for a brand-new Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery, also opening at Brooks in 2019.
San Antonio’s skyline is going to start looking a bit different with the addition of the Frost Tower at 111 W. Houston Street. Designed by world-renowned Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, the Frost Tower is a magnificent, angular masterpiece right in the middle of downtown. Once opened during the first quarter of 2019, the tower will offer 460,000 square feet of Class A++ office and retail space.