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At the end of 2019, the San Antonio 2030 District included:

  • 48 member organizations.
  • 117 committed properties.
  • 11.8 million square feet of committed real estate.

2019 Annual Report PDF 

San Antonio 2030 District Map

The San Antonio 2030 District was initiated by a collaborative of property owners and managers, professional service providers and community organizations with the goal to keep San Antonio competitive and ensure a livable, resilient, vibrant city in 2030. To do this, business leaders have committed to reduce the downtown business district’s energy use, water use, transportation-related carbon emissions and stormwater runoff—all while stimulating economic growth and delivering bottom-line benefits.

Our Purpose. High efficiency buildings have proven track records of simultaneously increasing business and property profitability, reducing environmental impacts, and improving occupant health. This groundbreaking project will keep San Antonio competitive and ensure a healthy and livable city in 2030.

Our Actions. We will do this by providing a roadmap that will assist owners and managers in meeting aggressive goals that are based on an existing building’s operational costs and maintenance needs. This support includes training sessions regarding best practices for increasing building performance, networking events with industry leaders, as well as various member benefit programs.

Our Value. Property owners and managers are voluntarily committing their properties to San Antonio 2030 District goals; which is achieved through collaboration and group effort. This commitment represents a significant investment in San Antonio’s future and reflects the collaborative nature of our region.

2030 Districts Network