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San Antonio TX, 78228
Easy Access to Loop 410, Highway 90, LacklandAir Force Base and Medical Center...Minutes from Universities, Shopping and Dining...On the Bus Line...
San Antonio TX, 78238
Next to Everything for nearly Nothing $ ... Cerca de Toda por Casi Nada $ ... Residents wanted! ...
San Antonio TX, 78227
Close to every thing for nearly nothing...
San Antonio TX, 78227
We are with in walking distance from shopping centers, restaurant, Elementary school and Middle school; we are on the bus route, easy access to IH410, IH90. 15min away from downtown.
San Antonio TX, 78228
San Antonio, TX
Overview of San Antonio
San Antonio offers a wide selection of apartments and rentals for people looking to relocate to or within this vibrant city in the south-central part of Texas. San Antonio is the seventh largest urban center in the U.S. by population, with more than 2.2 million people in the San Antonio-New Braunfels metro area. In addition to is long, rich history, San Antonio is also known for its strong military ties as the home to a number of military bases.
Living in San Antonio, TX
San Antonio was named by Spanish explorers and missionaries in 1691. They arrived in what was a Native American settlement along a river on June 13, the feast day of St. Anthony of Padua. They gave the river and the settlement his name. The Spanish initially ruled over the area and it became the largest Spanish settlement in the area they called "Tejas."
The Spanish built a mission in 1718, which later became famous as "The Alamo." The well-known battle at the Alamo took place in 1836 between a rag-tag band of volunteers from the Texian Army and the much larger forces of General Santa Anna. Although eventually defeated and killed, the Texians became heroes to the cause of Texas independence.
Today, San Antonio is a thriving city filled with many diverse and interesting neighborhoods. Among them are Downtown with its districts, as well as residential areas like North Central, the West Side, Uptown Central and Stone Oak.
The city boasts great dining, a lively nightlife, major shopping, historical attractions, as well as art and culture. In addition to the Historic District, which is home to the Alamo, another popular gathering spot is the River Walk. This restoration of an urban river is lined with many shops, restaurants and pubs making it popular with locals and tourists alike.
San Antonio Work & Study
Five Fortune 500 companies and numerous other corporations make their home in San Antonio. The city is also a regional headquarters for countless other large companies, such as Toyota, Caterpillar and Sysco. The area's economy is diversified with a focus in government, health care, financial services and tourism.
The city also has a large military presence; one of the largest in the country. It is estimated that about 90,000 people in San Antonio work in the defense industry, which gives the local economy a healthy boost.
San Antonio offers a host of options for expanding your education. It has 31 colleges and universities, including the University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas A & M University - San Antonio, and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
San Antonio Cost of Living
The cost of living in San Antonio is about 16 percent below the average for most American cities. Its cost of living is among the lowest for U.S. cities, even for a large metro area. The city is considered one of the best places to do business and one of the most promising in which to live. San Antonio was even named by Forbes magazine as one of country's most recession-proof cities.
San Antonio Attractions & Entertainment
San Antonio's most famous attractions are The Alamo and the River Walk. Delving in the city's history or taking a stroll along the beautiful River Walk are great ways to spend time in San Antonio, but the city has so much more to offer. There are wonderful golf courses, shopping, restaurants and entertainment venues. For families, there's Sea World and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, plus museums, cultural events, botanical gardens, the NBA's San Antonio Spurs, parks and hiking/biking trails. No matter your interests, you will find an outlet in San Antonio.
San Antonio Special Events
Throughout the year, there are a number of wonderful events held in San Antonio. Among them is Fiesta Noche del Rio, which features the songs and dances of Mexico, Spain, Argentina, California and Texas at the River Walk. In operation since 1958, it is the oldest outdoor performance in the U.S. And, it wouldn't be a Texas city with a stock show. The Annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo is held in February at the AT&T Center. Fiesta San Antonio celebrates all things San Antonio with 100 events over 11 days in April each year.
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