Mailing / Physical Address
1400 S. Flores
San Antonio, TX 78204
A TIRZ can be created by
City-initiated TIRZ are designated as a response to a community need identified by the City. They are unique in that there is typically not a single developer to manage each project. In such cases, TIF staff would evaluate the projects to identify eligible expenses, coordinate the preparation and negotiation of legal documents, monitor construction, process reimbursement requests and monitor compliance.
Description: The newest city-initiated TIRZ, designated in December, 2014, comprises approximately 1,056 acres located northwest of NE Loop 410 and IH 35 along the main thoroughfare from Perrin-Beitel at the intersection with NE Loop 410 through Nacogdoches to the intersection of O’Connor. This TIRZ will assist with the renewal of a portion of the Capital Cement facility into a $125 million chemical plant that proposes to demonstrate how greenhouse carbon dioxide emissions can be captured and converted to marketable products. The term of the zone is anticipated to extend through fiscal year 2034.
Description: Consisting of approximately 1,365 acres of
property, this TIRZ is located south of the Central Business District and north
of SE Loop 410. It was designated in 2008 and is expected to exist through
fiscal year 2028. Central to its attraction is the historical Mission Drive-In
Theatre. The Mission Drive-In TIRZ board is currently evaluating potential
development projects for the area.
Description: Located just north of downtown, the Midtown TIRZ was designated in 2008 and will be in existence
through fiscal year 2028. Located within or near its 458-acre boundary are some of San
Antonio's most valued places, Brackenridge Park, Pearl Brewery and the Witte
Museum to name a few. The Midtown TIRZ board is currently working closely with a
consultant team to develop a master plan for the area.
Description: One of the newest city-initiated TIRZ, designated
in 2009, it comprises approximately 1,531 acres located west of the central
business district. The term of the zone is anticipated to extend through fiscal
year 2033. Its location near a vibrant, tourist rich area and its many cultural
assets will aid in its development.
Description: This TIRZ was designated in 2007 to stimulate
development in the southern section of the City, between Southwest Loop 410 and
the Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility. It encompasses 2,700 acres and is
projected to capture $235 million in tax increment throughout its life of 29.86
Description: Designated in 2004, this TIRZ supports the
development of housing, commercial, retail and technology-based office space and
other amenities in and around Brooks City-Base in the southeastern sector of the
city. The TIRZ is located on approximately 2,500 acres and is expected to
capture $55.4 million in tax increment throughout its life of 24.82 years.
Significant Projects: This TIRZ was designed to leverage ongoing
area development in support of a special joint project between the U.S. Air
Force and the City of San Antonio to successfully convert and redevelop the
former Brooks Air Force Base into a business and technology park that has
already spurred significant development.
Description: This TIRZ was designated in 2000 to support
redevelopment and public infrastructure improvements within the boundaries of
the following three enterprise zones: 1) Enterprise Community Enterprise Zone 2)
Eastside Enterprise Zone 3) Southside Enterprise Zone. These areas encompass
portions of the City's downtown, east and south sides. The zone is approximately
2.5 square miles and is expected to capture $16.5 million in tax increment in
its life of 14.79 years.
Description: At the core of the City's Central Business
District, the redevelopment of Houston Street has been a policy priority for the
City of San Antonio. Now on it's last leg of development, it has become a
vibrant mix of activities that promote commercial, residential and other
cultural development along Houston Street and in the surrounding area.