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featured on San Antonio Business Journal | Weston Centre getting new outdoor plaza, green space

Elaine Kearney

For San Antonio Business…

The management of one of San Antonio’s iconic towers hopes a new outdoor plaza will help sway workers to return to the office and reenergize downtown.

Weston Common, a reimagining of the 12,500-square-foot front plaza of the Weston Centre owned by the Graham Weston family, will include a large turf area, deck and seating open to tenants and the general public. The deck, in addition to being used as a place to work or relax, will be able to host concerts and other events.

The new space, scheduled to open in early July, ties into a recent trend of creating open, outdoor spaces downtown. Weston Urban, another Weston venture, opened a 1.2-acre park next to Frost Tower in November with green space, seating and event capabilities, now named Legacy Park. Hemisfair officials hope to soon begin construction of the $28 million first phase of the 9-acre Civic Park next to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.

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