Where People Live
Neighborhoods in SATX
One of the area's headquarters employers, C.H. Guenther and Son, has a history in San Antonio dating back to 1859.
Southtown is one of San Antonio's central arts districts. Blue Star Arts Complex serves as an anchor to begin exploring galleries, shops, and restaurants in the area. The monthly First Friday arts festival attracts San Antonians from across town.
Home to the oldest historic neighborhood in Texas, King William offers historic homes and scenic strolls. Southtown is one of San Antonio's central arts districts.
The downtown central business district's major employers include Frost Bank, EY, Booz Allen Hamilton, as well as local government and tourism sectors.
The University of Texas at San Antonio's (UTSA) Downtown Campus is located between San Antonio’s historic Westside neighborhood and the downtown core near multiple cultural, historic, and commercial venues, as well as San Antonio’s Tech District. The new School of Data Science will open in the Fall of 2022 welcoming thousands more students to the downtown campus.
Median home values are $365,300.
The city is divided into neighborhoods to make it easier for you to explore jobs near you, in your favorite part of town, or with the easiest commute. Click on a section on the map for more information.
A Place to Call Home
San Antonio's housing market offers options for every lifestyle. Multi-family urban living or sprawling Hill Country views, you can take your pick here. In 2021, San Antonio added 5,886 apartment units and 23 new apartment communities (apartmentdata.com).
Start your home search in the region with the San Antonio Board of Realtors.
For more information on activities by area of town, check out Visit San Antonio's neighborhood guide.