The East Quincy team is a local group with extensive experience in residential and commercial infill development that remains sensitive to its surrounding neighbors. Design by Alamo Architects — whose principals have played an integral role in the rebirth of both the Museum and Mission Reach portions of the River — the East Quincy will be an asset to the community with a value sure to increase over time. For more information, click here.
Yndo Commercial – Stephen W. Yndo
Steve Yndo has over 25 years experience in the local real estate industry with the past 15 spent concentrating on urban adaptive re-use and infill development. His most notable projects have been in the King William/Souththown area and include the King William Lofts adaptive re-use condominius project, the 1114 S. St. Mary’s live/work conversion, the conversion of the former St. Benedict’s Hospital into a 67 unit mixed-use development, and the Madison Street Garden Homes, which recently achieved LEED Silver certification. He has served as both developer and general contractor on many of these projects. Steve has also served on numerous boards over the years including as President of both the King William Neighborhood Association and the Southtown Urban Main Street program, the COSA Downtown Advisory Board, CCIM & Commercial Division of the San Antonio Board of Realtors, and, currently, the local chapters of both the Congress of New Urbanism and the Urban Land Institute.
1836 Asset Development, LLC – Frank Pakuszewski
With over 14 years of development and project management experience in South and Central Texas, Frank provides to the project a dynamic level of skills specializing in infill redevelopment and construction management. Frank served as a development and project manager on two of San Antonio’s pioneering projects: the Andalusia Condominiums and Quarry Village. Frank has also spent the last three years consulting on multiple town-planning efforts for the City of San Antonio, the San Antonio River Authority and the City of Schertz. He has also overseen the construction finish out of the CIA’s new restaurant at Pearl – NAO and redevelopment of the Blue Star Arts Complex. In addition to his recent experience in San Antonio, Frank also served as a residential market analyst in Austin as well as serving as a development associate on the commercial and multi-family components of Second Street in Austin’s CBD. Recently he was named to the San Antonio Business Journal’s list of winners for 2012’s “40 Under 40.”
The Sabinal Group – Mark Wohlforth
Mark has been involved in providing professional construction and architectural services for over twenty years. He has demonstrated his strong skills on a variety of projects from management of the design process through punch-list completion, interacting with design teams, clients, and construction trades. As an advocate for the re-emergent urban lifestyle in San Antonio, Mark and his partner Danny Benavidez purchased a historic school building on the corner of West Travis and Camaron St., renovating it for their offices and third party commercial lease spaces, receiving multiple awards and accolades in the process. A stalwart member of the community, Mark and his company, The Sabinal Group, have been proud sponsors and supporters of multiple charities including the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo as well as the Witte Museum. Notable projects have included the completion of the long stalled Museo Alameda and the recent finish-out of the new Culinary Institute of America’s Restaurant NAO.
Design by Alamo Architects, whose principals have played an integral role in the rebirth of both the Museum and Mission Reach portions of the River, the East Quincy will be an asset to the community with a value sure to increase over time.