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The Tower Life Building is a landmark and historic building in Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA.Construction of the tower began in 1927 and the building rises 403 feet (123 meters) and has 30 floors. The building, which opened in 1929, was originally named the Smith-Young Tower and is the central component of a partially completed development called the Bowen Island Skyscrapers. The eight sided, neo-gothic brick and terra-cotta tower (complete with gargoyles) was designed by noted local architectural firm Ayres & Ayres (Atlee & Robert M. Ayres). The building also housed San Antonio's first Sears, Roebuck and Company store in its lowest 6 levels.The other completed building in the development is the former Plaza Hotel (also designed by Ayres & Ayres), which opened in 1927. The property became the local outlet of Hilton Hotels in 1956 and was converted into the Granada Apartments in 1966. Subsequent structures in the development were never built as a direct result of the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression.In the 1940s the building was renamed the Transit Tower for the San Antonio Transit Company, which the Smith Brothers purchased in 1943. In 1953 a television transmission tower was added to the structure. Renovations in 2010 removed the obsolete television mast in favor of the tower's original design, a copper tophouse with a 100 ft tall flagpole.The building is now named for its current owner, Tower Life Insurance Company.In 1991 the building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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For over 80 years The Milam Building has graced the San Antonio skyline with the dignity and charm recognized by business leaders throughout the city.
Today that charm of the 1920's still exists, with added conveniences unmatched at other comparable building locations. Because in business, time is money, tenants appreciate the convenience of full service on-site management, print shop, a cafe, loan service company and other related retail services which expedite every executive's workday.
This downtown landmark, built in 1928, is located in the heart of the central business district. The Milam Building is only a short walk from the courthouse and equally close to the city's largest banking headquarters, such as Bank of America, Frost Bank, and IBC. With a convenient entrance to the famous Riverwalk, the Milam Building places tenants only a few blocks from the epicenter of San Antonio tourist and retail attractions. The Milam Building is distinctly accessible from all points of the city and the central business district, allowing both tenants and their visitors congestion-free access to and from the building.
Charm, elegance and convenience place The Milam Building a step above the rest. If you are looking for more than just office space, call for information today.
Huffman & Simpson, P.C. Attorney at LawDistance: 0.2 miCompetitive Analysis 110 W Nueva San Antonio, TX 78204
Choosing The Law Office of Huffman & Simpson, P.C. San Antonio, TX means you will be choosing criminal defense lawyers with years of experience in defending the accused in an array of different cases. Serving the local San Antonio area, we have an in-depth understanding of federal and state criminal laws. Whatever issue you may be facing, it can be assured that our team will work with you diligently to tailor a plan to your needs. Our law specialists will serve as your guide throughout the legal process and act as your voice before the judge and jury. With this in mind, it is integral that we take the time to know your story in its entirety. Unlike other very large law firms, our criminal cases lawyers encourage open-communication and will be accessible when you need them. Your phone calls, messages, and questions are important to us and will all be answered and returned in a timely manner, giving you the respect you deserve. The bind you are in may seem overwhelming, but we are here to offer you sound advice and guidance when you need it most. No two cases are ever the same, which is why we go the extra mile to understand the charges and facts of your case before stepping into the courtroom.
Texas Crime Management is a family owned, minority operated security and investigation ageny, providing high quality service to our clients in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.
With a client list that is over 300 strong, Texas Crime Management serves a wide range of diverse businesses and individuals.
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The Aztec Theatre is a historic theater in Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA.HistoryBuilt in 1926, the Aztec Theatre is a notable example of the impressive exotic-theme motion picture palaces constructed in the United States during the economic boom of the 1920s. The Kellwood Corporation, owned by Robert Bertrum Kelly (the architect on record) and H.C. Woods, constructed the theater in 1926 with the financial backing of Commerce Reality at a cost of $1.75 million.The Aztec Theatre was part of the Theater district that included the Empire (1914), the Texas (1926), the Majestic (1929), and the Alameda (1949).Though the theater remained highly popular for many decades, by the 1970s, it was in decline. It was cut into three auditoriums as the Aztec Triplex, but this only slowed the eventual. In 1989, the Aztec closed. Since October 1992, the theatre is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, which helped save it from demolition. Based on San Antonio’s Riverwalk, the second most popular tourist attraction in Texas, the new Aztec Theatre re-opened in August 2009 as a concert venue.San Antonio Rose Live was a two-hour live show featuring traditional country, western swing, and gospel music. Featuring the San Antonio Rose Live Band composed of 9 world-class musicians from Nashville, Branson, Austin and San Antonio. http://www.sanantonioroselive.com/ This show closed in February 2012 due to "the current and future economic circumstances".The Aztec Theatre was leased in September 2013. The new leaseholders are turning the theatre into a multi-purpose event center, which will host public and private functions, as well as provide a venue for musical acts. The website is located at http://www.theaztectheatre.com.