Worth & Associates has broken ground on Inwood Village I, a two-story office building in San Antonio, Texas. The property will consist of 23 prefinished suites ranging in size from 1,500 to 3,000 square feet, and four larger suites between 4,500 and 11,000 square feet. The project is slated for completion in December 2018, with the developer already preleasing the spaces.
Located at 2722 Bitters Road, Inwood Village I will be ready for use upon move-in, with suites offering 10-foot ceilings and pre-wired fiber access through AT&T and Spectrum. Tenants will have access to a fully equipped break room, common conference facility, as well as an outdoor patio and deck.
Upon full completion, Inwood Village will comprise two office buildings encompassing 71,000 to 76,000 square feet. Amenities will include on-site property management services, outdoor meeting and break areas, security cameras and a card access system.
Worth & Associates is not only developing the project—the company is also overseeing property management and leasing at the property, with Shawn Gulley and Rob Gish handling leasing efforts. The firm also offers brokerage services, arranging an 18,557-square-foot lease in March 2018 on behalf of WellMed Medical Group at the Oaks at University Business Park in San Antonio.
Inwood Village is situated at the intersection of Bitters Road and Loop 1604, and provides convenient access to further major thoroughfares such as Interstate 10 and Highway 281.
“This is a unique product type in San Antonio, as the office suites will be move-in ready, rather than being delivered as shell spaces,” said Clint Worth, president of development and brokerage at Worth & Associates, in a prepared statement. “These offices will be ideal for the entrepreneur, CPA, attorney, wealth manager or anyone who may have started their business from home or spun off from an existing location and have outgrown their space, but don’t want to commit to the initial investment or long-term lease that goes along with building out an office space.”
Renderings courtesy of Worth & Associates