La Promesa Building: Avenida Guadalupe Business Network

Located at 1314 Guadalupe Street, the Promesa Building was completed in 2013.  Funded in part by the United States Economic Development Administration, the U.S. Department of Community Services, and the City of San Antonio, La Promesa comprises 15,600 sq. ft. of Class A office lease space in the Avenida Guadalupe Business District.  Large modern extruded aluminum framed windows and enhanced design features make this an excellent choice for corporate offices.  In collaboration with Avenida Guadalupe Association, La Promesa was designed by Architect firm Lopez/Salas.  Chicano art enhancements by Jesus “Chista” Cantu (a founder of the famed Con Safo art movement of the 1960’s) and Gabriel Quintero Velasquez were added to the exterior stairwells in 2015 and were funded by Wells Fargo Bank through its UrbanLIFT program. UrbanLIFT was administered by NeighborWorks America® and was designed to provide support to local nonprofits for neighborhood revitalization projects in 25 MSAs with diverse populations that were impacted by foreclosures.  Vital gap-financing is provide by the Raza Development Fund.

La Promesa provides a wide range of possible uses for businesses in a surrounding growing commercial environment very close to downtown.

La Promesa Building features:

Currently the Promesa Building has one 3,700 Sq. Ft. vacancy

  • One Vacancy Exists (3,700 sq. ft.)
  • Free Parking-Adjacent Lot
  • Prime location in the Guadalupe business corridor
  • Membership in the Avenida Guadalupe Business Network
  • Common area alarm system
  • Close proximity to downtown
  • Affordable rates.