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Hotel Emma

87,000 SF renovation of existing Brewhouse into a boutique hotel

Project Location:
San Antonio, TX
Market Sector:
Residential and Hospitality
Office Location:
San Antonio
Owner:
Silver Ventures
Architect:
Three Living Architects

Hotel Emma is a historic re-development of the Pearl Brewhouse built along the San Antonio river, into a 150 room specialty boutique hotel. The projects consist of approximately 87,000 SF of renovation and restoration work inside the existing Brewhouse, continuously built from 1893 through the 1950’s. The Brewhouse is constructed of cast-in-place concrete frame with free standing multi-wythe brick interior/exterior common walls. In addition to restructuring the Brewhouse, there is 75,000 SF in the form of a new seven–level tower built adjacent and connected to the old structures via corridors on each level. New tower is cast-in-place post-tensioned concrete structure with an integrated back of house basement and tunnel connecting to an existing site parking garage. Brick facade with steel and wood window systems throughout. Other special features include a roof top pool and terrace, open-air courtyards, restoration and preservation for many of the existing manufacturing equipment as artistic pieces, exposed original structure and load-bearing masonry walls.

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