Conveniently positioned just a short walk from the Pearl and the River Walk, SOJO Commons represents SOJO Urban Development’s fourth San Antonio project. Backed by more than 70 years of combined real estate experience, SOJO Urban Development is a team of San Antonio natives with extensive experience in developing communities that remain sensitive to their surrounding neighbors. Previous projects include East Quincy Townhomes, SOJO Crossing, and Cedar Street Townhomes.
“SOJO Commons will begin the neighborhood’s transformation from a once-industrial area into an attractive, vibrant community within close proximity to our city’s most popular destinations,” said Steve Yndo, development and sales principal at SOJO Urban Development.
The 1.3-acre project will largely appeal to professionals and empty-nesters who desire an urban lifestyle with a distinctly local and communal feel. SOJO Commons will offer easy access to major thoroughfares and the Pearl’s many attractions, including stylish boutiques and innovative retail, artisan and chef-owned restaurants, Hotel Emma, and the weekly farmers market.
The well-appointed brownstone townhomes will range in size from three- to four-bedroom floor plans. Contemporary upscale finishes include premium ceramic tile, quartz composite countertops, three-quarter-inch oak flooring, and upgraded appliances. Each townhome is designed to be an energy-efficient, solar-ready, smart home complete with a private rooftop deck and attached garage. Residents also have access to a community pool, outdoor kitchen, and shared green spaces. Additional home features are available in select units, such as a mother-in-law addition, elevator, private yard, and a white box option for the kitchen and master bathroom.
When completed, SOJO Commons will feature 27 total townhomes priced from $519,000 to $869,000. The units are offered for sale on a fee-simple basis without the burden of a complex condominium structure. The community is projected for completion in summer 2019 and is already more than 30 percent sold.
“Prospective buyers, realtors, and brokers will want to get acquainted with this project early,” Yndo said. “SOJO Commons is a one-of-a-kind option for homeowners seeking stylish urban residences in close proximity to downtown, the Pearl, and the Museum Reach.”
The SOJO Commons team includes Alamo Architects, the project design firm; G.W. Mitchell Construction, the general contractor; and Jefferson Bank, the project lender.