San Antonio Nurse Midwife
Greater Randolph Area Service Program
Next Step Foot & Ankle Clinic
River City Community Church
The Club at Garden Ridge
Papa Dante's Restaurant & Event Center
Linda J. Bell, CPA
Schertz Bank & Trust
Army Residence Community
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To serve, promote & enhance economic success
Empowering the business community one relationship at a time to have a voice, maximize growth and succeed
Advocacy, Stewardship, Integrity, Excellence
The Crossvine’s mission is to provide residents with a mature, well-thought-out neighborhood experience where homes, amenities and community gathering spaces are located within walking distance to foster healthy living and neighborly engagement.
The Crossvine aims to change the way people think about residential neighborhoods northeast of San Antonio. As the first mixed-use, master-planned community in the area, The Crossvine links homes, amenities and commercial services through a continuous greenbelt and hike and bike system. It’s far from your typical grid-style subdivision. The Crossvine promotes a healthy lifestyle among its residents as well as connectivity between neighbors.
At over 500 acres, The Crossvine will be developed in phases over an expected ten year span and will potentially include 1,600 residences along with recreational, civic, and commercial land uses. Residential development within The Crossvine will include a combination of single-family homes, garden homes, townhomes, apartments, and independent and assisted living facilities – providing a home for residents at any stage of life. Commercial areas within the development will include retail, neighborhood services, municipal and possible medical uses.
Over the past decade, the City of Schertz has proactively encouraged responsible, quality growth in this small city northeast of San Antonio, Texas. The Crossvine development team has worked closely with City of Schertz to create a community that responds to the market and to the future vision of the South Schertz area.