7600
Broadway

7600 Broadway, where Nacogdoches, Nottingham and Broadway intersect in a popular part of town. Its proximity to retail, employment, transit and recreational amenities heightens its reputation as an ideal location where San Antonians can live, work and play.

7600
Broadway

7600 Broadway, where Nacogdoches, Nottingham and Broadway intersect in a popular part of town. Its proximity to retail, employment, transit and recreational amenities heightens its reputation as an ideal location where San Antonians can live, work and play.

Who is Embrey Partners?

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Embrey Partners is a local, family-owned business with more than four decades of development experience.

Many of its employees live in the immediate neighborhood, and its offices are located within the boundaries of the Oak Park-Northwood Neighborhood Association. Embrey has earned a reputation for success by using a strategy that involves a combination of rigorous research and analysis, creative approaches to challenges, open communication and inclusiveness, and a steadfast commitment to do the right thing.

For more information about Embrey Partners click here.

Getting Design Right

Limiting height and density along Nottingham and Nacogdoches and maximizing setbacks are keys to getting the design of 7600 Broadway right.

Creating space and light between buildings provides a buffer between the property and the residences along Nottingham and Nacogdoches. A total of six stories will be concentrated along Broadway Street near Nacogdoches Road with three stories of residential above three stories of office space.

The project will feature a pocket park at the corner of Nottingham and Nacogdoches, 10-foot sidewalks on all sides, increased setbacks from existing structures, an entirely enclosed parking garage and more than $1 million in proposed public improvements, subject to City approval,  paid for by Embrey Partners. Those improvements include an extended turn lane on Broadway between the intersections of Nacogdoches and Nottingham as well as crosswalk and signal improvements at the surrounding intersections.

Construction Milestones

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Frequently Asked Questions

Current plans for the office portion call for approximately 60,000-square-feet that would be anchored by Embrey’s corporate office.

The roughly four acres of developable land could accommodate a mixed-use development consisting of roughly 217 residential units that will range from under 1,000 square feet to over 2,000 square feet in size.

High-end luxury finishes such as hardwood floors, quartz countertops, side-by-side refrigerators, wine refrigerators, under mount sinks, 10’ ceilings, walk-in showers and soaking tubs. Amenities will feature a rooftop pool, garden plaza, conference rooms, business center, golf simulator, concierge and valet services. Neighborhood enhancements include a pocket park at the corner of Nottingham and Nacogdoches, 10-foot sidewalks around the perimeter of the project, tree preservation and exceptional landscaping.

Rents will range between $3,000 and $4,000 a month.

The structure will be a mix of cut limestone, brick and stucco.

The parking will be a concrete podium design consisting of one level of below grade parking and two levels of parking above grade, completely screened with residential units and out of sight from the surrounding streets. There will be no on- street parking with the project. All parking will be within the project.

Previous property owners did not properly plant and maintain the existing tree population at 7600 Broadway. In consultation with the City of San Antonio arborist, Embrey developed a plan to remove appropriate trees, relocate some healthier trees, and properly plant 53 new trees integrated into the new site plan.

Some of the improperly planted trees were obstructing public rights-of-way and Embrey is working with CPS Energy to replace overhead power lines with underground lines, which will improve utility service problems that may have been caused by some trees.

Work on improving the natural environment of the site begins on May 28, 2019.

While many of the trees on the existing site had particular problems, Embrey – working with a local artisan woodcrafter – identified eight trees where the lumber will be salvaged and used to make unique furniture for use in offices at the revitalized 7600 Broadway site upon completion.

Embrey representatives are happy to discuss revitalization and improvement plans for the site. Contact us at info@7600Broadway.com

Questions/Feedback

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