H-E-B Plans Driverless Vehicle Testing in San Antonio

Grocery retailer H-E-B unveiled plans to test self-driving vehicles throughout San Antonio, where it is also headquartered. The company will launch a self-driving pilot program to test delivery services near its Olmos Park H-E-B, located north of downtown San Antonio. H-E-B will work with one Autonomous Delivery Vehicle (ADV), courtesy of Udelv, a California-based company.

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Victory Capital Targets Westridge at La Cantera for New HQ

Less than a week after Victory Capital Holdings acquired USAA Asset Management Co., the company announced that WestRidge at La Cantera, at 15935 La Cantera Pkwy. would house its new headquarters. The Ohio-based company is planning to relocate its global investment management business from Ohio to San Antonio later in 2019. The company will occupy

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Santikos Entertainment Planning Rialto Re-Do

Santikos Entertainment announced plans to renovate the Rialto, a movie theater at 2930 N.E. Loop 410, on San Antonio’s northeast side. The locally-headquartered Santikos will shut down the Rialto on July 19 for the re-do.  When it re-opens in fall, it will feature a high-energy bar, food and beverage upgrades and a new arcade area.

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Quadrant Investment Snags 5 Acres, Plans MXU

Quadrant Investment Properties shook hands with the RK Group to acquire a five-acre plot on the east side of San Antonio. Quadrant’s plans are to convert the property, which includes a 71,342-square-foot warehouse, into a mixed-use development. Jeremy Jessop with JJ Real Co. represented the seller in the transaction. If plans are approved, the project

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EastGroup to Develop 369K-SF Ridgeview 35

EastGroup Properties unveiled plans to develop its most recent San Antonio industrial park. Ridgeview 35, on Binz-Engleman Road, will consist of two buildings, totaling 369,000 square feet. The project’s 226,000-square-foot, two-building first phase will break ground in September. A document submitted to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation indicated that development costs for the

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