Company is building two communities in suburbs outside the city and plans to begin selling this summer and fall.
New Mexico's Hakes Brothers has announced the company’s expansion into the San Antonio market with two new communities, Hunter’s Place and Hannah Heights.
The geographic expansion provides an opportunity for the company to serve the growing number of home buyers who are attracted to the area’s unique combination of countryside living amid a thriving city culture. In particular, San Antonio is home to many veterans and active duty families associated with the area’s large concentration of military bases and services.
“San Antonio was a no-brainer for us. The city’s vibrant growth, especially among military families, allows us to bring our quality and craftsmanship to a new group of home buyers in east Texas,” said Dan Nielsen, president of Hakes Brothers, Rio Grande Division. “As we developed the home designs for San Antonio, it was important for us to incorporate a wide range of included features while giving future owners a highly functional living space.”
Hakes Brothers at Hunter’s Place
Located in St. Hedwig, within the rolling countryside of east San Antonio, Hunter’s Place will offer seven single-family floor plans ranging from 1,237 to 2,316 square feet with 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 baths. Comprising 102 home sites, the community is served by the acclaimed Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District and is convenient to services and family-oriented attractions via 1-10 and FM1518. In addition, residents of Hunter’s Place will have easy access to Randolph Air Force Base.
Hakes Brothers at Hannah Heights
Located in Seguin, Texas, Hannah Heights will feature 104 home sites with single-family floor plans ranging from approximately 1,400 to 2,600 square feet with 3-5 bedrooms and 2-4 baths. Seguin is a rapidly emerging suburb of San Antonio with a variety of new restaurants and business opportunities. Situated near the picturesque Guadalupe River, the area is popular among those who enjoy recreational activities such as rafting, canoeing, and fishing. Students living in Hannah Heights will attend schools in the revered Navarro district.
Sales at Hunter’s Place are scheduled to begin during the summer of 2020, with Hannah Heights following in the fall.