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San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas, home to over 1.5 million people. Originally a Spanish mission, the city became part of Texas in 1731 and is the state’s oldest city. It is also the state’s fastest growing city and one of the country’s fastest growing too.
San Antonio is a mix of military, energy, medicine and tourism. It’s a strong economy with low unemployment and lots of opportunity. The military has a strong presence here, which gave San Antonio the moniker Military City, USA.
Corporate rentals in San Antonio are a good mix of high end and mainstream apartments, condominiums, townhomes and single family homes. They are spread around the city within reach of most military installations and major employers.
Major employers in San Antonio include Valero Energy, Andeavor (formerly Tesoro Corp), USAA, iHeartMedia, NuStar Energy, and CST Brands, Inc., H-E-B, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q Enterprises, Carenet Healthcare Services, Security Service Federal Credit Union, Visionworks of America, Frost Bank, Harte-Hanks, Kinetic Concepts, SWBC, NewTek, Rackspace, Taco Cabana, Broadway Bank, Zachry Holdings/Zachry Construction Company, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union, SAS, Hulu, OCI, Kaco New Energy, Silver Spring Networks, Toyota, Argo Group, EOG Resources, Microsoft, Cogeco Peer1, and Boeing.
Medical centers in San Antonio include South Texas Medical Center, Foundation Surgical Hospital of San Antonio, Methodist Hospital, University Hospital – University Health System and San Antonio Military Medical Center.
Arriving in San Antonio by air will see you at San Antonio International Airport (SAT) north of the city. It serves most domestic carriers and many international too.
Greyhound, Megabus, Autobus Americanos, Turimex Internacional and Omnibus Mexicanos all run bus services to and from San Antonio.
If you drive to San Antonio, you will arrive by either I-35, I-10, I-37 or US 281. The I-410 loops around the city while Highway 90 and 87 and numerous local routes take care of commuter traffic.
San Antonio sits at the confluence of Hill Country, South Texas Plains and Prairie and Lakes and is a nice city to visit as a tourist as well as for work. With lots to see and do, it has a lively leisure and nightlife scene too.
Neighborhoods in San Antonio include Downtown, Midtown, Southtown, Alamo Heights, Uptown Central, North Central, Far North Central, Northeast Side, Inner West Side, Near Northwest Side, Far West Side, Downtown, Midtown, Southtown, East Side and Historic Government Hill.
Things to see and do in San Antonio include The Alamo, Aztec on the River, Casa Navarro State Historical Park, King William Historic Area, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, San Antonio Zoological Gardens and Aquarium, San Antonio Botanical Gardens, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, Institute of Texan Cultures, Fiesta, San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta Texas.