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Eagle Ford: City-Base Vista meets housing needs
A warm welcome awaits new residents to the City-Base Vista Apartments, located on Goliad Road, just minutes from downtown San Antonio and a short drive to Wilson County and jobs in the Eagle Ford shale area.
Things are happening on San Antonio’s south side. If you haven’t been along S.E. Military Drive in a while, you’re missing out on a growing area -- with the growth of the developments at Brooks City-Base, including a cinema, loads of shopping, and food and entertainment options, the city’s south side is booming.
And folks drawn to the area are settling in, too, taking up residence in apartments and housing developments. The City-Base Vista Apartments may not be new, but the recently remodeled complex caters to people drawn to the area by the Eagle Ford shale oil and natural gas exploration, and others attracted to the area’s employment opportunities.
The 360-unit complex, located at 2566 Goliad Road, across from Snoga’s Bar-B-Cue, includes efficiency units, as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments, all at reasonable prices. The property managers work hard to ensure residents feel safe and secure at City-Base Vista, dissuading disruptive behavior and encouraging content residents to refer like-minded tenants to try the complex, too.
A transformed exterior invites prospective tenants, with new siding, paint, roof repairs, fencing, and landscaping. Inside, the units have been remodeled and sport new flooring, fixtures, and appliances. City-Base Vista also includes two playgrounds and two pools, as well as enhanced exterior lighting for additional security.
Move-in specials are available.
City-Base Vista Apart-ments is convenient to U.S. 281, just minutes from downtown San Antonio, and a short drive to country pursuits or employment in Wilson County and the Eagle Ford shale area.
For more information, call 210-337-7400 or visit www.t4him.com.
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