THE EVOLUTION OF EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN, LOCATION, AND EXPERIENCE
OXBOW: THE CONFLUENCE OF BEAUTY, SUSTAINABILTY, FUNCTIONALITY, AND LOCATION
Designed by Don McDonald in association with Kirksey Architecture, Oxbow celebrates South Texas materiality with a commitment to beauty and function. Oxbow offers premier office space with ground-floor retail, restaurants, and thoughtfully designed public spaces to enhance the experience for employees and guests.
Diverse residential options, acclaimed restaurants, unique retail, the award-winning Hotel Emma, and the northern reach of the San Antonio River are all within a leisurely stroll.
ART AT OXBOW
The work of local artists, artisans, and sculptors animate the exterior entrances and interior common areas with themes that pay homage to the San Antonio River and its natural environment.
HOTELS & SURROUNDING RESIDENTIAL
Feliz Modern POP
Niche at Pearl
Ten Thousand Villages
The Tiny Finch
The Twig Book Shop
Best Quality Daughter
Blue Box Bar
Brasserie Mon Chou Chou
Bottling Dept. Food Hall
La Gloria Icehouse
Lick Honest Ice Creams
Pearl has been a San Antonio icon for more than 115 years and it is a top culinary and cultural destination. Originally a brewery, it is now a dynamic neighborhood home to shops, restaurants, San Antonio’s first food hall, critically-acclaimed Hotel Emma, and the third campus of the Culinary Institute of America. Pearl hosts dozens of free community programs all year long and its Farmers Market is held every Saturday and Sunday.
STEWARDSHIP & CONSERVATION OF OUR NATURAL RESOURCES
HVAC: This highly responsive system is independent of outside temperatures and will create annual energy savings in excess of 1,450,000 kWh (power equivalent to sustain 138 single family homes).
GEOTHERMAL: The air conditioning system takes advantage of the earth’s constant temperature for heating and cooling and reduces water use by over 932,000 gallons annually.
WATER COLLECTION AND CONSERVATION: Rainwater storage tanks and 100% capture/reuse of air conditioning condensate will collect over 2.6 million gallons annually. These efforts place Oxbow’s potable water usage at 3% compared to other buildings of this size.
SOLAR: The one-megawatt solar array will generate 1,300,000 kWh annually (power equivalent to sustain 124 single family homes).
PROTECTING OUR RIVER: In addition to the rainwater capture system, the site includes Low Impact Development (LID) features throughout to reduce stormwater runoff by 80% before it enters our waterways.
Available for lease:
Space D – 1,114 USF of retail space at Broadway and Grayson
Available for lease:
Level 8 – 8,755 RSF