CAMPstreet Residences

114 Camp
San Antonio

CAMPstreet Residences



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CAMPstreet, with its handsome facade, soaring vertical lines, and rhythmic countenance, originally was built in 1926 as the Duerler Candy Factory. From 1937 to 2000, the building was owned and occupied by Tobin Surveys, Inc., pioneers in the field of aerial map surveys for the oil and gas industry.

In 2001, Linda Pace purchased the building and 1.3 acres at 114 Camp Street for development as CAMPstreet Residences. Pace is founder and trustee of Artpace San Antonio. She is an artist, collector, and philanthropist whose vision for the residential building, rich with art and vitality, will serve as a catalyst for further development of the South Flores Street neighborhood in which it is located.


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