Quick Facts

  • Current Prices:$120,000 to $3,973,200
  • Closed Prices:$36,000 to $1,550,000
  • Median Sale Price:$359,000
  • Average $ per sq ft:$273
  • Association Fee Ranges:$58 to $339,$100 to $327/quarter,$300 to $2185,$30 to $2625/mo,$0 to $197
(based on data from the last 12 months)
  • Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
  • Age:1892 to 2020
  • Sq. Ft.:290 to 7,537Sq. Ft.
  • Bedrooms:1 to 6Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms:1 to 6Bathrooms

Where to Live

While there are plenty of hotels in the area for the visitors, there are still some great housing options for long-term residents. Many of the condos cater to professionals working in the medical or business districts of the neighborhood and offer luxury amenities and excellent views of the entire city. Many of the single-family homes in the area are townhomes that have been built within the past fifteen years, but you'll find more options as you head south of the city center.

Where to Eat

Some of the city’s most famous dining rests in the heart of Downtown. With the Convention Center, Alamo and Riverwalk all taking up real estate, there are plenty of restaurants to enjoy. If you are a fan of Mexican-American fare, you will find some great options around downtown. There are also a variety of high-end steakhouses and fine dining options for tourists and residents alike. Most of these eateries are in walking distance if you live in the city center. To find some of the more hidden haunts, you would have to venture further South.

What You'll See

Downtown is a busy section of San Antonio, so be prepared to be surprised as you explore this dense neighborhood. The area is highly walkable, and in the summer you're very likely to see tourists. It wouldn't be uncommon to hear different accents and languages as you navigate the paths. Downtown also hosts the city's Convention Center, which means different events will bring in different people through the year. Most of the people traversing the streets will be there for a short visit or are the professionals living and working near the city center. The Riverwalk is one of the most popular areas of the city, so expect to see heavier foot traffic the closer you get.

Friday Night Fun

There are endless things to do on a Friday night in Downtown San Antonio. If you're looking to eat, drink or dance, the Riverwalk has options for all three. Downtown is also home to a majority of the city's nightlife. From low key wine bars with live music to dance clubs that party to early morning, you will find it all within a few miles of the center of the city. The Rivercenter Mall features an IMAX movie theater to enjoy the latest blockbuster releases on the biggest screens around. There are also many festivals, events and parades held in the area throughout the year. If you're a sports fan, the San Antonio Spurs play in Downtown and there are many other concerts and events at the famed Alamodome.

The Perfect Sunday

If you love history, spend Sunday at the Alamo learning about one of Texas's most famed battles. You could also visit the University of Texas - San Antonio, where there is always theatre, art shows, and other events for students and residents. Also located downtown are fun attractions like the Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum and Madame Tussauds.

Locals Love

Fun Events in the Area • Historic Area • The Riverwalk.

Locals Don't Love

High cost of living • Tourists • Traffic.

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