July 19, 2019

These Before and After Photos Show How Much Downtown San Antonio Has Changed

It seems like change is the only constant in San Antonio these days. Especially the heart of the city — downtown and its immediate neighborhoods. With the new Frost Tower leading a new generation of buildings changing SA's landscape, here's a look at just how much downtown has already changed, particularly in the last decade.

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Then – June 2011
Univision 41 Station
Cesar Chavez Blvd and South St. Mary's Street
Then – June 2011
Univision 41 Station

Cesar Chavez Blvd and South St. Mary's Street
Now – March 2019
Agave Apartments
633 South St. Mary's Street
Now – March 2019
Agave Apartments

633 South St. Mary's Street
Then – September 2014
Random parking lot
516 South Flores Street
Then – September 2014
Random parking lot

516 South Flores Street
Now – March 2019
H-E-B South Flores
516 South Flores Street
Now – March 2019
H-E-B South Flores

516 South Flores Street
Then – March 2011
Random homes
302 Montana Street
Then – March 2011
Random homes

302 Montana Street
Now – March 2019
The Cherrity Bar
302 Montana Street
Now – March 2019
The Cherrity Bar

302 Montana Street
Then – April 2011
Random lot / construction
315 S Santa Rosa Ave
Then – April 2011
Random lot / construction

315 S Santa Rosa Ave
Now – March 2019
San Antonio Public Safety Headquarters
315 S Santa Rosa Ave
Now – March 2019
San Antonio Public Safety Headquarters

315 S Santa Rosa Ave
Then – October 2007
Main Plaza
101 Soledad Street
Then – October 2007
Main Plaza

101 Soledad Street
Now – November 2018
Main Plaza
101 Soledad Street
Now – November 2018
Main Plaza

101 Soledad Street