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Planning | Urban Plan for Multi-Family and Hospitality Development, Hoefgen Street, Sunset Station Historic District, San Antonio, Texas.

Urban Plan for Multi-Family and Hospitality Development, Hoefgen Street, Sunset Station Historic District, San Antonio, Texas.
Hoefgen terminates at the Via bus station adjacent to the Alamo Dome. The Bus station is actually below grade permitting Hoefgen to continue as a pedestrian walk to the dome. The urban plan for the termination of Hoefgen street was designed to assimilate new, mid-rise residential buildings with existing historic structures in the district and define a pedestrian gateway to the Alamo Dome. The “street wall” of the West side of Hoefgen shall be established by a new, 8 story building with 54 residential units and 3 level parking structure. The East side street wall will be defined by a new, 8 story building with 58 units and 5 level parking structure. Adjacent to the West side apartment building, a 10 story extended stay hotel is planned. The careful placement of these combined new structures will reinforce the character of the street as an outdoor room. The street and the adjacent plaza known as “Sunset Station” is already a forum for outdoor concerts and activities after events at the dome. The proposed new urban fabric will replace existing surface parking lots and serve as a pedestrian gateway to the Dome and serve as a mediator between the large scale of the dome and the intimate urban setting of the smaller historic buildings that have been preserved in the district. Sunset Station Group, LLC, San Antonio, Texas

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