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Exterior Renovations in process. Competitive downtown property: Finesilver offers competitive advantages, such as modest rental rates and parking, that will attract tenants looking for a downtown address. The building's unique creative and professional work environment can allow a variety of tenants to foster productivity and growth while saving significant money on rental expenses. First rate visibility and access: The property is highly visible, with approximately 400,000 cars passing by the major interchange of Interstates 35 and 10 on a daily basis. Finesilver’s location presents outstanding signage opportunities to help create building awareness, and lease vacant space to a large tenant. Quick access to the property via the San Pedro exit on Interstate 35, as well as the Santa Rosa/Downtown exit on Interstate 10 makes the property a convenient location for tenants and visitors coming from all parts of San Antonio. Additionally, there is a city bus stop one short block from Finesilver, on North Flores Street. Free covered parking: Finesilver is the only downtown office building directly adjacent to a free, covered parking lot. Approximately 285 spaces are located in the parking lot across the street, and are maintained by the City of San Antonio. Creative urban office environment: This historical property underwent a significant renovation in 1999 to become one of the only established “creative urban” office buildings in San Antonio. A distinctive blend of exposed concrete, wood beams, structural galvanized steel and floor-to-ceiling glass have created a “green” building far ahead of its time in San Antonio. Growth in surrounding submarket: Expansion of the city’s River North area, including the historical Pearl Brewery, has produced growth and excitement in new areas such as architecture, “green” energy and the creative arts. Improved downtown living options now include condominiums and lofts, with development continuing on several different projects. The new Grand Hyatt Hotel opened last year to much fanfare, with residential condominiums atop the hotel scheduled to open by the end of 2009. A brand new medical training center is under construction at Fort Sam Houston, and will be the premier training center for all branches of the military. Overall, the growth of the downtown area holds promise for an office market revitalization. Stable and growing local economy: While San Antonio felt limited effects of the recent national economic downturn, the city largely escaped any serious decline. Recently tabbed one of the “fastest cities to recover” by Forbes.com, many believe that the economic recovery in San Antonio is already underway. New job announcements continue to be made on a monthly basis in areas such as healthcare, construction and manufacturing. The city also maintains a relatively low unemployment rate, along with an affordable cost of living, and a business-friendly environment.
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816 Camaron Street, San Antonio, TX 78212