Nestled on the banks of the San Antonio River in South Texas, San Antonio is a city very much in touch with its past, while at the same time embracing the present and keeping its eye firmly on the future. The seventh largest city by population in the United States, this ethnically and culturally diverse metropolitan is home to around 1.5 million people. Quaint, historically significant, and well-established neighborhoods surround a thoroughly modern downtown filled with parks, green spaces, and public art.

San Antonio is home to robust tourism – the Alamo and the iconic River Walk are just two of the city’s major attractions – as well as oil and gas, manufacturing, aerospace, and healthcare industries. The city has a gross domestic product of just under $97 billion per year and is ranked as the 15th best market in the U.S. for job growth. Named the 10th fastest growing city in the U.S. by Forbes in 2015, San Antonio also maintains an unemployment rate below the national average.

From diverse festivals to a vibrant music and arts scene to a deep appreciation for its own history and a robust local economy, San Antonio is a city that has it all and is a great place to visit, work, and live.


San Antonio is a modern city that stands out as a more family-oriented and laid-back locale than other cities of comparable size. To get the feel for San Antonio, visit the art district, where independent artists showcase the creative culture of the city, and museums highlight work that features everything from natural history to contemporary art. With great local restaurants inspired by the many different cultures that live here, good public schools, and an abundance of jobs, San Antonio is the perfect place for families, young professionals, and retirees to call home.

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Celebrating Cultural Diversity in San Antonio
Dining in San Antonio


Brackenridge Park, featuring stone bridges, walkways, hiking trails, and outdoor concerts, is the perfect way to experience the natural beauty that San Antonio has to offer. History buffs can check out the Alamo, the place where an estimated 200 Texans lost their lives in a battle against the Mexican army. There is also the famous River Walk where you can stroll along the banks of the San Antonio River and enjoy restaurants, shops, and street performers. Sports fans can wear their favorite jerseys and cheer on the five-time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center. San Antonio truly has something for everyone!

The Arts in San Antonio
San Antonio: City of Music Festivals
Historic San Antonio


In a world of uncertainty, one thing is certain – San Antonio’s economy is thriving. With a low unemployment rate, a growing job market, and a rapidly growing tech industry, San Antonio is the perfect place for entrepreneurs or young professionals to start their careers. In fact, Business Facilities has ranked San Antonio as the No. 1 place for economic growth potential and Realtor.com has ranked San Antonio as America’s No. 1 destination for millennials. With the abundance of jobs and the low cost of living, the economy is just another great reason to call San Antonio home.

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A Leader in Traditional and Renewable Energy
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