Surrounded By Convenience
Gateway To Downtown
Resting on more than two-and-a-half acres of pristine land, The Broadway is perfectly located on the Broadway and Hildebrand corner, San Antonio’s gateway to downtown.
Residents can relax under a cabana by the pool, stroll through the landscaped gardens and utilize the outdoor kitchen area for entertaining. However, the fun doesn’t stop there. The Broadway’s perfect location gives residents easy access to the San Antonio International Airport as well as an array of shops, golf courses, restaurants and much more.
The Broadway’s location gives residents easy access to award winning golf courses. Just minutes away from four of San Antonio’s premier public golf courses, Broadway residents are always able to work on their golf game. Olmos Basin and Brackenridge Park, both part of the Alamo City Golf Trail,boast spectacular tree-lined fairways that provide golfers with some much-needed shade from the summer heat. The Quarry Golf Club is famous for its uniquely designed layout. The front nine spans across native grasses, pristine greens and rolling hills while the back nine is scrupulously chiseled into an astounding 100-year-old quarry pit. Broadway Residents may also work on perfecting their swing at the Fort Sam Houston Golf Club, which features two newly renovated championship golf courses, La Loma Grande and Salado Del Rio. La Loma Granda, designed by A.W. Tillinghast in the 1930s and built by Fort Sam soldiers, is the only military course in the nation to host a PGA Tour event. Salado Del Rio, although the less challenging of the two courses, boasts impressive views enjoyed by golfers of all levels.
Although The Broadway offers grocery delivery as one of its many services, residents who prefer to do their own grocery shopping need not worry. Many grocery stores are just minutes away. Within walking distance to Central Market and just a short drive from Trader Joes, H-E-B,and Whole Foods Market, Broadway residents have a variety of options for their grocery shopping needs and preferences.
Residents of The Broadway interested in expanding their knowledge of art,science and South Texas history are in luck as both the McNay Art Museum and the Witte Museum are conveniently within walking distance.
San Antonio Botanical Gardens
The Broadway is just a short walking distance from the alluring San Antonio Botanical Garden. Comprised of four large garden beds, the Lucille Halsell Conservatory and the Texas Native Trail, the San Antonio Botanical Garden is fun for all.
Visitors can enjoy a peaceful stroll while admiring the older flower varieties in the Old Fashioned Garden, gazing among the unique and symbolic Kumamoto En garden,relishing the fresh aroma in the Rose Garden and engaging their senses of touch and smell in the Sensory Garden, a garden for the blind. Other stunning gardens are displayed throughout the vicinity as well. Visitors of the San Antonio Botanical Garden also have the opportunity to examine exotic plants native to regions ranging from deserts to equatorial rainforests. These unique floras are housed in individual glass buildings throughout the grounds. Another unique feature of the San Antonio Botanical Garden is the Texas Native Trail, which comprises of plant communities native to South Texas, East Texas Piney Woods and the Hill Country.
Broadway resident shopaholics are in luck. Many high-end boutiques such as Elaine Turner, Penny Lane,Meadow and Sloan/Hall are nearby. Those interested in antiques and home décor have easy access to the celebrated 5 Broads off Broadway, known for their wide selection of both vintage and modern home furniture and accessories.
Residents looking for the perfect gift, whether for a wedding, shower, hostess or just because, are a few blocks away from Hanley Wood, known for their exquisite fine gifts.
Foodie Broadway residents love that the high-rise is close to many exceptional restaurants. BIRD Bakery and Cappy’s are the perfect places to enjoy a spectacular brunch or lunch. Residents in the mood for some savory Mexican food and margaritas must try Paloma Blanca, known for their mouth-watering ceviche. Coffee lovers are also in luck as baristas at Local Coffee use the finest of beans and have nailed the art of brewing the perfect cup.
Furthermore,Broadway residents can enjoy a pleasurable evening at Mon Thai, Josephine Street and Smoke Shack with family and friends. These are just a few of the residents’ favorite restaurant selections.