Isaac Maxwell Bldg - King William
1009 South Alamo Street, between South St. Mary’s Street and the San Antonio River, in the King William Historic District. One of the most iconic buildings in the neighborhood. Approximately 8,960 SF of land, building totals 2,045 SF (per Bexar Appraisal). Construction is a combination of masonry block and stucco with casement windows for the front retail area (apparently added circa 1950’s), caliche block for the middle section, and wood frame and siding for the rear area. There is also a rear shed structure totaling 1,471 SF. Both buildings are currently in use but in need of restoration. Zoned C-3 H HS (Commercial, Historic District, Historically Significant). Asking $300,000.
1009 South Alamo Street, between South St. Mary’s Street and the San Antonio River, in the King William Historic District. The site is within walking distance of some of San Antonio’s most popular restaurants (Rosario’s, La Focacia, Liberty Bar, Azuca, Madhatter’s, Cascabel, Feast, Tito’s, Bliss, the Monterrey, The Station, The Friendly Spot, etc.), as well as The Blue Star Complex, The San Antonio Riverwalk and downtown. The location is also one of San Antonio’s most active urban residential areas for new infill construction.