Brooks City Base

A 1,308-acre mixed-use community in the southeast portion of San Antonio, Texas is the Brooks City Base. The neighborhood was intended to be a catalyst for economic development, a model for responsible urban planning for development, and a dynamic mixed-use community. There is a wide range of living options at Brooks from a single-family home to apartments. Each apartment complex has a rich history of renovation to make it kept up-to-date with the modern era.

Residents are zoned to the San Antonio Independent School District or East Central Independent School District. Brooks started constructing rehabilitation and restoration projects of the Hangar 9 building in March 2016. The building has been the oldest wooden aircraft hangar of its kind and still stands in its original location. The Hangar 9 is one of San Antonio’s Historic Landmarks. A1 Bed Bug Exterminator San Antonio

Things to Do

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

One of UNESCO World Heritage Site preserving four of the five Spanish frontier missions in San Antonio, Texas. These outposts were established by Catholic religious orders to spread Christianity to the local natives. The fifth mission in Sn Antonio is not part of the Park. It is located upstream from Mission Concepción,

Address: 6701 San Jose Dr, San Antonio, TX

1917 Restaurant And Bar

The restaurant boasts culinary diversity with an eclectic approach to seasonality and locality. 1917 showcases itself in providing every customer a true farm-to-table experience. They create extraordinary cuisines from fresh herbs and vegetables that are grown in the on-site garden and hone from on-property beehives.

Address: 7610 S New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, Texas

Tower of the Americas

Located in downtown San Antonio, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas provides guests the most spectacular view of the Alamo City. The Tower provides a spectacular view of a 360-degree panorama view on their observation deck.

Address: 739 E César E. Chávez Blvd, San Antonio, TX

Villa Finale Museum & Gardens

Also known as Norton-Pol-Mathis House is a historic house built by Local merchant Russel C. Norton in 1876. It has been a contributing property of King William Historic District that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house was re-constructed for two years and it was named Villa Finale.

Address: 401 King William St, San Antonio, TX

Other Restaurants and Bars Nearby

  • IHOP is located at 3115 SE Military Dr, San Antonio, TX
  • Esmeralda’s Mexican Restaurant located at 8750 S Presa St, San Antonio, TX
  • Thirsty’s SA is located at 8902 S Presa St, San Antonio, TX

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