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JULY//AUGUST 2017 NHO ME TEXAS MAGAZIN E

COVER STORY

LEGENDERY BUILDER SITTERLE HOMES Household name Builder offering quality and satisfaction in repeat business and second and third generation buyers in SA and beyond

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FUNCTIONAL DESIGN

LIGHTER AND BRIGHTER DESIGNS WITH ITC Texas Interior design is seeing a more lighter less fussy design, a fresh and airy look with a modern clean look but still customizing personal looks is a priority

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OUTDOOR

REAL ESTATE

NOVELTY INDULGENCE OF HOME ELEVATOR

OUTDOOR LIVING WITH TEXAS POOLS & PATIOS

REAL ESTATE SIZZLE FOR SABOR

Home elevators is serving SA, Austin and Houston with convenience and luxury to many satisfied home owners in both remodel and new construction homes

Using the finest materials and advanced technology, you too like many Texans can find a fine pool resolution to the almost year round Texas Hot days

Who would know SA, Hill Country and South Texas Real Estate like SABOR? Agents are experiencing a hot season for buyers and sellers

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PUBLISHER Adaku Okoro

ART DIRECTOR Elisa Giordano

ASSISTANT EDITORS Robyn Milora Chinyere Okoro Kim Young

SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR Chinyere Okoro

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Savannah Carter Lynn Darden Rita Zenzen Heck Nan Krigbaum Robyn Milora Julie Parra San Antonio Board of Realtors®

40 In Every Issue 08 11 12

A Note From the Publisher On the Cover Contributors

Dine 18

La Cantera Resort & Spa

Luxury Urban Condo Living 40

Jordan Foster Construction Named General Contractor

Real Estate 44

Master-Planned Community in Schertz/Cibolo

Mixed Use Real Estate 48

Legacy at Ciblo

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER

Green 50

Cambrella Photography Jason Roberts Signature Brunch Photography UK Tour Cast by Paul Coltas

Past/Present Perfect

Near Home Getaway 52

Texas Gulf Coast

Table Talk 54

George Catlin's North American Indian Portfolio 56 Musical Theater At Its Best!

Performing Arts 58

The Bodyguard

Events 60 62

Catrina's Interiors Headwaters Celebrates ...

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a note from the publisher

EARLIER THIS YEAR, U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT PRESENTED ITS 2017 LIST OF THE 100 BEST PLACES TO LIVE. THE ALAMO CITY, ALONG WITH AUSTIN, DALLAS AND HOUSTON, MADE THE LIST. Quality of life, desirability, and job and housing markets were among the criteria used, with quality of life given the most weight. San Antonio (SA) offers big city amenities and a comfortable living environment. The Hill Country and its surrounds provide an additional reason why living in SA and Hill Country continues to be favorable to most. Well-known builder, Frank Sitterle Jr., has been building in San Antonio for 50 years, earning a well-deserved reputation for building beautiful, quality homes and achieving enviable customer satisfaction, as evidenced by repeat buyers. In recent years, Sitterle and his business partner, Jeff Buell, have extended their building presence in Austin and Houston. In San Antonio alone, Sitterle Homes offers buyers 18 communities, in addition to their build-on-your-lot program. With so many options in so many areas, Sitterle provides one of the best affordable home options that make living in SA a huge plus! We all know it’s hot in Texas but we love it here — heat and all! Award-winning Texas Pools and Patio, founded by Jim Crites, has some amazing options in pool design, along with the most current technology features with which to customize your style. Not only will a pool keep you cool during the hot summer months, but it will help you achieve a look that complements the Texas outdoor living lifestyle we all love. While enjoying their beautifully designed outdoor living amenities, ITC can also create the contemporary and modern interiors so in demand now. These lighter and brighter interiors, which are quite different from the usual Texan design look, are sought by the most discriminating homeowners. Peggy Zettner of ITC and the entire design team can help achieve your design dreams, transforming and updating the interior of your home to personalize your style. No matter the design style, “luxury” and “big” are still the preference for San Antonio and most Texas residents. For example, a home elevator is truly an indulgence in lux! In years past, however, the home elevator was utilized out of necessity in order to meet the physical needs of its resident(s). Don Zimmerman of Home Elevators of Texas has found that his clientele in SA, Austin and Houston have increasingly been interested in elevators for new home builds or as part of home improvements in existing homes. With so many great options and reasons for living in SA and other great Texas cities, SABOR’s timely article on real estate sizzle offers expert tips and advice for buyers and sellers wishing to obtain the best values and quality of life that Texas offers. As always, we would love to hear from you! In much appreciation,

Adaku Okoro, publisher adaku@nhometx.com

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contributors

SAVANNAH CARTER

LYNN DARDEN

Lynn Darden, Account Executive at The PR Boutique, is a Texas native who specializes in digital marketing, media relations and social media. Lynn has an extensive background in marketing and digital advertising and honed her skills at several Dallas-based marketing agencies. Lynn is a graduate of Texas Christian University and in her spare time enjoys traveling, photography and the Texas art scene.

Savannah Carter has served as a Marketing Manager for Freehold Communities, since 2015, and is responsible for three developments in Texas: Homestead in Schertz/Cibolo, Headwaters in Dripping Springs, and Orchard Ridge in Liberty Hill. Prior to Freehold Communities, Savannah worked as marketing coordinator and social media coordinator for Lennar and also for D.R. Horton’s Houston Division. Savannah earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas.

NAN KRIGBAUM

JULIE PARRA

My name is Julie Parra. I graduated from the Art Institute Dallas, earning a degree in Fashion Design. I have worked at Catrina’s Interiors for over two years, and I absolutely love my job! It’s very rewarding to be able to assist our clients in reaching their desired design goals. Catrina teaches me something new each and every day, vividly putting the interior aspect into perspective like no one else can. I love and admire her not only as a successful business owner, but also as a strong and independent woman who is also a devoted friend. I am truly blessed to be a part of such a wonderful family at Catrina's Interiors.

Since Nan Krigbaum acquired her interior design degree in 1992, her work has taken her to clients’ projects in Seattle, Honolulu and Palm Springs. As manager of the furniture department at Interior Trade Cartel, Krigbaum’s goal is to help the interior designers of San Antonio and Austin find aesthetic solutions that work within their budgets.

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RITA ZENZEN HECK

In her hometown of Chicago, Rita Zenzen Heck was a newspaper and magazine editor and TV copywriter. She currently lives in San Antonio and volunteers with the Majestic Theatre, the San Antonio Sports Association, the San Antonio Conservation Society, the San Antonio Council for International Visitors and the San Antonio Downtown Residents Association. Heck worked for Stars and Stripes, Overseas Weekly and Made In Europe magazine, as well as in advertising and PR, before opening her own Creative Overflow. She added The Green Connection in 1995, also producing green building showcases and her own green building and education magazine and events. Since 1995, she has hosted and produced The Green Connection television show on digital cable channel 20, which airs Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.


INTERIOR DESIGN

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Our number one priority is helping provide homeowners with an exceptional remodeling experience. That is why 90% of our business is from repeat customers or referrals. We are endorsed and trusted by consumer websites such as Angie’s List where we are an “A” rated company and given the 2015 Super Service Award. The Award reflects consistent high levels of customer service.

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The Parade Home is a fabulous display of modern luxury with the warmth and design of an Old World, Spanish Hacienda. The vision was simple, deliver a conceptual layout and design that sparks imagination. The uniqueness of the design perfectly nests within the contours of the home-site. Capuring the incredible views The Canyons at Scenic Loop has to offer, we used a strategic window configuration displaying the stunning scenery. What transpired is Modern Organic, a mixture of contemporary design and rustic elements.

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ignature, Inspired by Chef Andrew Weissman, expands its offerings to include weekday Signature Hour with a rotating menu of hand-crafted specialty cocktails, beer and wine; and French-influenced weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Each week offers a new discovery for guests as the cocktail menu at Signature Hour changes to showcase mixology mastery of the restaurant. “We offer both interesting twists on classic cocktails, and drinks that are unique in San Antonio. The presentations are bold and exciting, including the garnishes pulled from our own garden.” Signature Hour also features a savory selection of menu favorites such as the ever-popular Deviled Egg Potato Salad; Gold Leaf Risotto; Signature Petite Burger with fried egg and pickles; charcuterie and new items such as Mumbai-Style Lamb with curry and Black Truffle Laneh and La Reve Wasabi Oysters. Prices range from $5 to $15. The knowledgeable Signature staff can make recommendations on wine pairings with your food selections, such as a Cape Mangelle Sauvignon Blanc from Australia, or a French cabernet, Domaine de Pallus. Or, if you prefer, order a Ballast Point Sculpin IPA or a Hoegaarden wheat beer perfected over the course of 500 years by Belgian monks. The Signature bar boasts approximately 50 scotches from single-malt to blended, including the rare Gaelic scotch Ice God, with only 30,000 bottles existing in the world. The vast bourbon and rye collection includes many hard-to-find selections, including Hibiki 21-Year-Old and Whistle Pig Boss Hog Single Barrel. Signature Hour is 4:30 to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Friday. A rotating selection of beers is $5;

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wine and hand-crafted Signature cocktails is $7. Chef Andrew Weissman teamed with Executive Chef Laurent Rea to create a French-inspired weekend brunch menu with Texas influences. The menu offerings include an authentic French toast made with challah bread, a true New England-style lobster roll and French style omelette, whipped so the egg is light, a little wet, almost colorless. Diners can choose between mixed-mushroom, lobster, crawfish or smoked salmon, prepared with fresh herbs grown in Signature's garden. A surf-and-turf Eggs Benedict also is being perfected for the menu. Texas influences include a breakfast burger stacked with

Swiss hash browns, apple-smoked bacon atop a house-made brioche roll. Another southern specialty on the menu are creamed chipped beef on a house-made biscuit. Diners will also find blueberry buttermilk pancakes with warm maple syrup and apple-smoked bacon. Fresh cocktails include a house-made Bloody Mary made with yellow tomato juice, designed to complement brunch offerings. “We put careful thought and hard work into the addition of our Signature Hour and weekend brunches,” adds Bean. “Chef Weissman and the team have put together some exciting offerings, and we can’t wait to share them.” Signature features a menu of contemporary interpretation of classic dishes – fresher, brighter versions of traditional cuisine enlivened with unconventional Texas spirit – developed and inspired by award-winning Chef Andrew Weismann. For those looking for a quaint, non-traditional alternative to upscale dining, enjoy a gracious, relaxed Hill Country experience at Signature, open Monday through Saturday for dinner, from 6 to 10 p.m.; Signature Hour, Tuesday through Friday, 4:30 to 6 p.m.; and brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations for dinner and brunch are recommended but not required, call (210) 247.0176. ■

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PHOTOS COURTESY OF SITTERLE HOMES

COVER STORY

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Sitterle Homes A HOUSE HOLD NAME // SPECIAL TO NHOME

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itterle Homes is a household name in San Antonio and beyond. I'm not sure if it's possible to find another local builder with the longevity of Sitterle Homes. You might even say they are legendary; it certainly feels that way when you step across the Sitterle emblem on the front porch of every Sitterle home. People move to San Antonio for a number of different reasons. Many Sitterle homeowners are active or retired military. Once you've lived in San Antonio it's easy to make the decision to come back for good. And once you've had a Sitterle home ... well, you get the point. Sitterle Homes doesn't have to boast about their quality homes or superb customer service; the repeat business and second and third generation buyers do that for them. The nationally recognized customer service of Sitterle enabled them to expand into Austin in 2009, and then Houston in 2012. Frank Sitterle, Sr. began 50 years ago as a custom home builder in the San Antonio area. His passion for building a beautiful home, built to last, established Sitterle, as one of San Antonio’s premier builders. Frank Sitterle Jr. and Jeff Buell are now the partners and continue the legacy.

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He learned early how to meet the lifestyle needs of his clients. Whether his homeowners are retired and looking for a lock and leave garden home so that they can travel, or they have an active family needing five bedrooms in a good school district, there are 18 Sitterle communities from which to choose. The Sitterle reputation extends to the Build On Your Lot program where the buyer can build from a selection of award


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winning home designs that will fit on an individual's homesite. The Build On Your Lot program is available for custom homes in San Antonio and the surrounding areas. When choosing a builder and a location, a prospective homebuyer should start with a list of criteria, must have criteria; for example, special needs, features and budget. Donna Williams, a happy Sitterle homeowner in Settlers Ridge, chose this garden home community off 281 and Borgfeld Road to be closer to family for retirement but with a desire to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city. She and her husband wanted to downsize. Even though downsizing required getting rid of many non essentials, they love the lock and leave garden home living and that the lawn maintenance is taken care of. Sitterle offers buyers the lifestyle they dream of. Someone who loves to cook wants a double oven, five or six range top burners and maybe even a gourmet professional chef kitchen. Those who love to entertain or enjoy an outdoor lifestyle are looking for outdoor living spaces that encompass an

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outdoor kitchen, fireplace, refrigerator, sitting areas and room for TVs. And then there are the details you'll find in every Sittlerle home - designer tile work, open floor plans, large master suites, spacious cabinets and fine craftsmanship. â–

For more information about Sitterle Homes or to find the Sitterle community that fits your lifestyle go to www.sitterlehomes.com.


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functional design

Let’s All Lighten Up! // BY: NAN KRIGBAUM

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light, some designers speculate that with the gravity of current global issues, people react with a desire to “keep it light,” both figuratively and literally, in their lives and spaces. Translated: the humor and spiritual inspiration found in television, film and books, are reflected in today’s fresh and airy living spaces.

HUES OF BLUES ARE STRONG IN ART BY LANA NGUYEN AND ACCESSORIES BY BRADBURN GALLERY, SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT INTERIOR TRADE CARTEL.

BRIGHT WALLS WITH FRESH WHITE MOLDINGS ARE PUNCTUATED WITH DARK AND BRIGHT ACCESSORIES AND ACCENT LIGHTING. INTERIOR DESIGN BY MARYBETH EDGERTON.

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Furnishings and Accessories Classic and mid-century modern still play a big role, but clean, contemporary designs are taking center stage in Texas interiors. Famous fashion designers are also inspiring furniture collections. And many Texas interiors are embracing their feminine side, as seen in

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exas interiors have changed dramatically in the last few years. Once heavily laden with dark, rustic, leather, stone and iron decor, also known as the “Texas Tuscan” or “Hill Country look,” Texas interiors are now lighter and brighter. Lines are cleaner; finishes are more polished but not fussy. Metals are mixed, plentiful and have not been this prominent in interiors since the 1970s when the last of the Baby Boomer generation was growing up. And while it is a fact that Baby Boomers’ aging eyes require more


the furniture designed by Cynthia Rowley for Hooker Furniture. In many spaces, neutrals are used throughout the home and are only punctuated with bright colors in art and accessories and an occasional, dramatic accent wall. The overall effect is a unique blend of calm but invigorating energy. Swivel chairs are a favorite in modern, open floorplans in Texas because they allow users to take full advantage of views, conversation groups and media without leaving one’s favorite chair! Recliners that don’t look like recliners are as popular as ever.

INTERIOR DESIGNER, MARY BETH EDGERTON, OF “I CAN ARRANGE IT”, HAS BEEN CREATING CLEAN LIGHT SPACES FOR SAN ANTONIO CLIENTS FOR DECADES. WHILE FAVORING THE CALM THAT A NEUTRAL PALETTE OFFERS, MARYBETH EDGERTON USES ACCENT COLORS FOR SOME WALLS AND ACCESSORIES.

Plum and Deep Marine Blue. Colors, in general, are cooler. Grays still dominate in large areas of floors and walls, while blues in every hue are treated as a new neutral. Black is used by designers to add drama or interest. Pale pink has traveled from the fashion runways to bedrooms and even living room fabrics. From acidic to mustard, green and yellow are strong accent colors in modern Texas homes.

Colors Walls are no longer shades of beige and brown and are being replaced with true whites and light values of warm or cool gray. Accent walls are painted in, for example, Dark Forest Green, Truffle, Burgundy,

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greens, yellows and pearly whites. Cow and deer hides are now used in sophisticated and complex geometric, mosaic patterns and are found in area rugs, upholstery and wall décor. The newest use of real and faux furs is in the form of lamb skin and alpaca, which are bohemian and exotic. Acrylic and mirrored pieces add glamour.

Kim Young Has been working with luxury home buyers and sellers achieving their real estate goals in the San Antonio/ Hill Country market since 1999. Call her today!

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Bed Linens Bedding landscapes are cleaner and simpler with fewer pillows and less pattern. Where pattern is used, it is often bold and graphic. Bedroom sheeting is still fresh and white but often embellished with crisp embroidered patterns on sheets and cases in every imaginable color. Bed skirts are all but gone because of the use of clean-lined, low platform beds and the popularity of adjustable mattresses. Wood Finishes Wood finishes are changing to lighter, more polished surfaces. Limed oak is popular with a dark overall finish and a white “hang-up” highlighting the grain. Lacquered wood in a low to high luster sheen and in a variety of colors is on trend as well. Fabrics/Upholstery For fabric, linens predominate. However, they have been updated with subtle animal or reptile patterns, and metallic threads have been woven into the ground fabric, adding sparkle.

“BEDDING LANDSCAPES ARE CLEANER AND SIMPLER WITH FEWER PILLOWS AND LESS PATTERN. WHERE PATTERN IS USED, IT IS OFTEN BOLD AND GRAPHIC.”

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here are a plethora of high-end conveniences offered to the luxury home buyer today, but none can compare to the home elevator. No longer a necessity added for physical needs or the aging homeowner, the home elevator represents the ultimate in convenience. It is this market that inspired Don Zimmerman to establish his company, Home Elevator of Texas, over 30 years ago. After graduating from college with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business, he went to work for a major elevator company. After a transfer to San Antonio, the company decided not to offer residential elevators in the area, so Zimmerman struck out on his own. His brother, Douglas, joined him in 1991. A Texas registered elevator contractor with 25 employees, they now have offices in San Antonio, Austin and Houston. Local installation and service technicians live in each locale. The San Antonio office is the corporate headquarters with two divisions, residential and commercial. They belong to several national industry organizations, including AEMA, an association of members of the accessibility industry, of which Don Zimmerman is 2017 President. Zimmerman estimates that 50-60% of his business is luxury elevators for new homes and about 40-50% relates to accessibility for those with disabilities or health reasons. Says Zimmerman, “This is a very specialized industry. We have created a well-established, full service organization. Our reputation is built on satisfying our customers’ needs to the best of our ability.” A home elevator offers much more than a novelty indulgence. They provide tangible comfort and convenience. Many forward thinking homeowners install elevators so that they can remain in their homes later in life and improve the home’s future marketability. Architects and builders are now offering this option more often to their clients, acknowledging that the convenience is well worth the investment. A pre-pan design for future elevators allows homeowners to construct a completed elevator shaft, modified as in-line closets enabling conversion when the elevator is desired. This concept saves thousands of dollars in remodeling costs. Often the younger or middle-age buyer is building a dream home and wants the elevator to be the centerpiece. It becomes an expression of their lifestyle and decor, designed by the experts at Home Elevator of Texas. There is a wide variety of styles in cabs,


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entries, doors, and fixtures with fine finishes such as rich woods and glass enclosures. A residential elevator can be the most luxurious yet wisest investment homeowners make. They are an affordable access solution, providing optimum convenience and freedom, and they enable the homeowner to plan for their family’s needs for the future. Elevators come in a variety of sizes and applications to fit budgets and desires. Home Elevator of Texas installations ensure smooth rides and quiet operation. Their advanced systems offer features such as gates, handrails, normal and emergency lighting, and automatic lowering in a power failure. Zimmerman emphasizes, “We not only strive to provide the best quality and service; we are helping people help themselves.” Home Elevator of Texas offers many other helpful products. Residential dumbwaiters are designed to carry everything from glassware to laundry, firewood or groceries. Storage is always a challenge for today’s homeowner, and they also offer an efficient material lift for garage attics. They also offer stair lifts, an alternative to home elevators. Knowing that this is not a purchase you make every day, the staff at Home Elevator of Texas walk you through each step of the process and provide you with a free, detailed estimate. Whether you are an architect, contractor, building or home owner, Home Elevator of Texas can help you determine the best model to fit your needs. ■

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outdoor

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an you spell HOT? I spell it Texas Pools & Patios, because when I think of hot Texas afternoons, I think of how good I'd feel with a sparkling Texas Pools & Patios creation in my backyard. Sometimes it's the bad experiences of life that make you realize why staying home is the better way to go. You can't get away from the hot summer days in Texas. Last year after a heavy rain I thought it was a good idea to float the Guadalupe River. I took

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a bad spill the same spot where a woman died the following weekend. Then this year I saw alerts about bacteria and flesh eating disease at the coast. What's a sane person going to do to cool down? Call Texas Pools & Patios of course! Texas Pools & Patios is an award winning company. Having earned numerous international, national and regional award recognitions for design, technical and engineering achievement, their commitment to quality and exceptional service keep customers

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returning for all their backyard needs. When I visited Jim Crites at the Texas Pools & Patios office, I marveled how tech savvy they are when it comes to creating pools and backyard entertainment designs. All you have to do is take them a plot plan and a photo of your backyard, and you'll be amazed what they can create in front of your eyes. No more big surprises at the end of the day. Texas Pools & Patios was formally estab-

lished in 2004 by the Crites family but they have been building pools in Central Texas since 1978. They've finished more than 10,000 projects, including in-ground pools and spas, pool renovations and remodels, and created a variety of backyard entertainment amenities. They utilize the finest materials, state-of-the-art equipment and the most reliable techniques to bring you a more structurally sound pool that will retain its beauty and efficiency for years to come. By handling all of the design and construction work in house, Texas Pools & Patios maintain full control over quality and cost, often allowing for faster build times and cost savings that pass on to customers. As hot as it is now, don't wait another minute. Call now to get your pool project started. Texas Pools & Patios have put their resources in securing the best pool designers and craftsmen in Central Texas. With an experienced team that has varying abilities and resources, they confidently handle projects of any size and scope, from residential to commercial. Their professional office staff work behind the scenes to secure permits, schedule inspections, and keep their clients informed throughout the design and construction process. "We are always here to answer your questions or address your concerns, as well as encourage your involvement throughout the entire design and build process. With our experience and your vision, we can create a truly beautiful backyard," said Jim Crites. â–

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luxury urban condo living

Jordan Foster Construction Named General Contractor THE ARTS RESIDENCES AT THE THOMPSON SAN ANTONIO HOTEL

DC PARTNERS AND UNIVERSAL SERVICE GROUP have named Jordan Foster Construction as the general contractor for The Arts Residences at the Thompson San Antonio Hotel. The hotel, a $116 million, 20-level mixed-use hotel-condominium tower on the San Antonio River Walk, is set to bring luxury living accommodations to the downtown area. “We are delighted to welcome Jordan Foster Construction to the outstanding team that will make The Arts Residences at the Thompson San Antonio Hotel a reality,” said DC Partners CEO Roberto Contreras. “Jordan Foster has the background, expertise and reputation for excel-

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lence this exceptional project demands.” With the development of The Arts Residences, developer DC Partners is entering the San Antonio market for the first time. Teaming up with San Antonio-based Universal Service Group, the matchless development will create approximately 1,300 jobs during construction and is slated to break ground this summer. “This project will help increase activity in the downtown area and will be a tremendous asset for the city,” said San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg. Located at the epicenter of San Antonio’s vibrant performing

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“THIS PROJECT WILL HELP INCREASE ACTIVITY IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA AND WILL BE A TREMENDOUS ASSET FOR THE CITY.”

arts district, the 337,000+ square-foot mixed-use development will sit on what is now a .66-acre parking lot at the intersection of North St. Mary’s Street and Lexington Avenue, across the river from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts and next to Hotel Indigo. The development will include The Arts Residences’ 66 luxury condominiums atop San Antonio’s first Thompson Hotel, a collection of design-forward, boutique lifestyle hotels and resorts in locations such as Manhattan, Chicago, Nashville, Seattle, Playa del Carmen and Los Cabos. Three new Thompson hotels – The Beekman New York City, The Thompson Nashville and The Thompson Seattle – were included on the Conde Nast Traveler “Hot List 2017: The Best New Hotels in the World.” The Beekman also took home the award for “Best Lifestyle Hotel” at Hospitality Design magazine’s 13th Annual HD Awards in New York City on June 12. With architecture by Powers Brown and interior design by Amass & G., The Arts Residences will boast dazzling views of downtown, the River Walk and the Texas Hill Country. Condominiums will feature soaring 10-foot ceilings, European-style kitchen appliances, Italian cabinetry in kitchens and baths, natural stone and porcelain surfaces, and fine hardwood floors, among other high-end options. Owners will enjoy round-the-clock security and an array of onsite amenities, including a restaurant with a world-class chef and sky bar; a 5,000 square-foot pool deck with cabanas and pool bar; a lavish, relaxing spa; a state-of-the-art fitness center; and 24-hour room service and concierge service. The Arts Residences owners and guests will be steps away from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts and the worldfamous San Antonio River Walk, with its picturesque network of walkways in the heart of the city, lined with unique shops, restaurants, bars, and music and entertainment venues. San Antonio has long been known for its storied history and rich blend of cultures, but in recent years an infusion of energy around technology, real estate development, entrepreneurship and creative enterprise has fueled the city’s growth. Companies moving to San Antonio are attracted to the river for corporate headquarters, and housing occupancy rates are more than 90 percent, driving up demand for downtown residences, especially among millennials. Today, San Antonio is among the top 10 tourist destinations in the United States and one of the fastest-growing economies in the nation. San Antonio’s cultural arts district is about to become the most coveted residential address in the downtown center. ■

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real estate

Master-Planned Community in Schertz/Cibolo HOMESTEAD = SMALL TOWN CHARM + BIG CITY ALLURE

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or those who enjoy the relaxed pace of living in a small town but crave alluring cultural activities, world-class entertainment and award-winning dining, a new masterplanned community in Schertz and Cibolo may be your ideal spot. Just 20 minutes beyond San Antonio and a short drive to Austin and the Texas Hill Country, Homestead is ideally located along the I-35 corridor, the area Forbes Magazine named “America’s next great metropolis.” Developed by Freehold Communities, Homestead is based on a unique design concept founded on healthy living and an architectural style that reflects the rustic charm of the farms and homesteads of the past combined with contemporary styling and

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the modern features demanded by today’s lifestyles. Freehold Communities’ Vital Communities™ approach incorporates amenities and outdoor activities that encourage healthy living, fitness and bridging the gap between neighbor and community. “The idea is to develop amenities that motivate residents to be active, to enjoy outdoor living and to engage with the community,” said Suzanne Maddalon, vice president of marketing for Freehold Communities. “Market research conducted locally and nationally revealed that the average American is seeking to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle and is searching for neighborhoods where recreational activities and fitness amenities are offered as well as a community with which to share them.”

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The Art of Healthy Living At Homestead, amenities that allow healthy living to be an everyday routine include: • More than 88 acres of open space, including an open air pavilion with fireplace, grill stations, outdoor play area with Kompan™ equipment, sports court, gathering spaces throughout the community and an adjacent pet park. • Nearly five miles of hiking and jogging trails, ponds and parks. • 14-acre City of Schertz park with direct access from the community. • State-of-art fitness center with innovative equipment and a resort-style pool with kid’s splash pad.

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• Full-time lifestyle director who will plan ongoing community social events. The three builders selected by Freehold Communities for phase one – Scott Felder Homes, Pulte Homes and CastleRock Communities – are now selling single-family homes with varying lot widths of 55- and 65-feet starting in the $200s. Model homes are open. The Appeal of Schertz and Cibolo Because of its proximity to Randolph Air Force Base and Joint Base San Antonio, Homestead has proven popular with both current and former military. The location, supportive spirit of Schertz and Cibolo residents, and a

strong job market are the main reasons the area is nationally ranked among the best places in the United States for military families, particularly military retirees. Schertz has also been named among top small towns in America by CNN Money and Money Magazine, as one of the safest places to live in Texas and one of the fastest growing small towns in the state. In addition, the area’s cost of living is ranked lower than the national average. Such accolades are attracting new businesses and residents alike. ■ For more information: visit LiveHomesteadTX.com to learn more about Homestead and to sign up for their Founders Club to receive exclusive information. JULY//AUGUST 2017 NHOME /

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Sizzling in South Texas! IT’S NOT JUST THE TEMPERATURE // BY: SAN ANTONIO BOARD OF REALTORS®

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he housing market in San Antonio and surrounding areas is hotter than ever with both buyers and sellers jumping in and realizing their goals. This area is home to some of the best prime real estate in the state. While prices have continued to rise year after year, the area still remains more affordable than other major metros in the state and around the country. In the San Antonio-New Braunfels metropolitan statistical area (MSA), the median sold price of a home was $220,685, in June, while the median in the Austin-Round Rock MSA was $314,000. Across Texas, the median price was $235,000. At the same time, the number of homes sold continues to rise throughout the San Antonio-New Braunfels MSA – up 4.6 percent from the same first six months last year. With prices remaining affordable in many areas and new listings coming on the market every day, buying and selling property can be exciting as you prepare for a new stage of life or simply want a change of scenery. Yet while you might feel prepared for this giant step, there’s a lot of planning and prep work that goes into the process. Some basic tips can be crucial to success.

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BEFORE THE FIRST SHOWING, DECLUTTERING WILL HELP REMOVE ANY DISTRACTIONS AND KEEP THE BUYER FOCUSED ON YOUR HOME’S FEATURES.

term and know there is no such thing as a perfect sale. Buyers and sellers should also determine their priorities. For a seller, do you need to sell your home quickly because you are moving out of town or already have a new home and don’t want to pay two mortgages? Buyers will want to consider their timelines, as well. For example, they may want time for the kids to settle in before the new school year begins. Buyers will also want to think through the type of neighborhood, location and amenities that are “must haves” in a new home and would be deal breakers if the home or community doesn’t have them. Be sure to share your priorities with your REALTOR® so he or she can help you stay on track.

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Getting Prepared for Moving Whether you are buying or selling, among the first things to think about are the costs associated with moving. For buyers, getting pre-approved for a mortgage will save time because you’ll know exactly what homes are in your budget and will show sellers that you are a serious buyer. Sell“THE HOUSING MARKET ers will want to talk to IN SAN ANTONIO AND their REALTOR® about SURROUNDING AREAS which home repairs and IS HOTTER THAN EVER improvements may net WITH BOTH BUYERS AND more money in the sale SELLERS JUMPING IN AND and should be considREALIZING THEIR GOALS.” ered. The key for both buyers and sellers is to stay realistic. Think long-


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mixed use real estate

Legacy at Cibolo A LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT PROJECT // SPECIAL TO NHOME

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he Carbon Companies today said its plans for Legacy at Cibolo, a luxury high-end retail and residential mixeduse development in Boerne, encompass the most lowimpact use for the 26.6-acre property. The developer also announced they have renamed the property, formerly called The Village at 17 Herff, as a lasting tribute to the pristine beauty of Cibolo Creek, which the project borders. “We are steadfastly committed to maintaining the integrity and native beauty of this amazing site, and ensuring the preservation of Cibolo Creek and the surrounding environment,” said The Carbon Companies Chief Executive Officer Edmund H. Garahan. “Approval of our zoning request will allow for the space necessary to implement critical low-impact development concepts that are part of our company-wide “Green Initiative,” resulting in the most low-impact use of this extraordinarily beautiful, pristine property, which we know is revered by the people of Boerne.” Garahan said The Carbon Companies is pursuing multiple

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strategies aimed at being environmentally sensitive in developing the property and respecting the quality of life Boerne citizens now enjoy. The firm has hired a traffic consultant to study the site plan for Legacy at Cibolo to be sure everything possible is being done to minimize the increased traffic on Herff Road. The revised site plan also addresses citizens' traffic concerns with the addition of a public street throughout the site to reduce traffic loads on Herff Road. Furthermore, the new plan would reduce potential peak traffic

THE CITY OF BOERNE AND DEVELOPERS WORK TOGETHER TO PRESERVE THE BEAUTY OF CIBOLO CREEK.


counts per hour versus the variety of uses allowed under the current MU-1 (mixed use) zoning. He also said the current zoning of the site, MU-1 requires developers to alter a portion of their original site plan from multifamily housing to commercial or retail use, or a combination of singlefamily and multi-family uses. Either option would hamstring the developers’ ability to control runoff and include low-impact, green features included in their original site plan. As a result, The Carbon Companies recently filed a zoning request asking the City of Boerne to designate a portion of the site RF-4 (residential use) to allow for multi-family housing, which would afford the space necessary to reinstate numerous low-impact, green features into the site plan for Legacy at Cibolo. These low-impact features would include multiple bio-retention features to remove contaminants and sedimentation from collected storm water, roadway and parking runoff. They would encompass approximately 11,000 square feet of space, are designed to San Antonio River Authority standards, and would remove a significant percentage of contaminants from the runoff. They would be aesthetically attractive, create natural habitats, and reduce water flow speed and bank erosion. Other site implementations by the developers include preserving undisturbed areas, installing native and adapted plant species to decrease irrigation consumption, and planting new vegetation along Cibolo Creek to protect and improve water quality. Since the inception of its plans for Legacy at Cibolo, The Car-

bon Companies has fully engaged with both the City of Boerne and the Cibolo Nature Center and Farm as part of its commitment to protecting Cibolo Creek and surrounding areas, and creating a development that will enhance Boerne residents’ quality of life. As a result of these discussions, they have already made numerous changes to development plans to make Legacy at Cibolo a low-impact project with respect to the environment. These changes, reflected in the current master plan, include reducing the height of the two southernmost buildings along Cibolo Creek from three stories to two and increasing the minimum building setback to at least 150 feet from the centerline of Cibolo Creek— an increase of 50 feet more than the previous plan provided and 50 feet more than the City of Boerne requires. The developer is also adding pervious pavers to the project. Legacy at Cibolo is being jointly developed by The Carbon Companies and Thompson Realty Capital LLC, two Texas familyowned businesses that have been partnering to develop first-class residential and mixed-use communities in and around the greater San Antonio area for more than 10 years. They have designed Legacy at Cibolo to be a modern interpretation of historic Texas Hill Country architectural elements complementing the existing 20th century Herff home, which will be an integral part of the development. ■

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green

Past/Present Perfect THE TEXAS FARMHOUSE // BY: RITA HECK

The Ice House After collecting ice house memorabilia for many years, one client craved a place where he could gather it all together that didn’t impose on his family’s living space. The answer popped up when the couple decided to build their forever home...a house with a separate place for the collection. They presented their ideas to Dibello who looked over their land in New Braunfels and designed a 3400 square foot three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath main house combining all of their wishes: a children’s wing at one end and a master suite wing out from the public spaces connected by a family room. Other convenient features included a porte cochere at the side entrance to the mud room, a utility/sewing room near the kitchen and covered porches that wrap two sides of the pool terrace. “We designed a separate icehouse which includes a guest suite and a comfortable porch overlooking the pool to showcase the owner’s unique collection. Reclaimed wood siding, brick, stone, tile, tin and timbers were paired with appropriate new materials to add a feeling of age,” Dibello said.

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of all materials, even color. But the commonality of the farmhouse was always the same: unpretentious, straightforward and functional. Made aware of this concept while working for a Houston architectural firm, Dale Dibello of Dibello Architects, PLLC, moved to New Braunfels and opened his own architectural firm. He discovered that people in the area were seeking to create their dream farmhouses on their rural land, each with unique personal input. Dibello took on the challenge to create their dreams. Big bonus! Dibello discovered he was a born artist and is now painting nature scenes, many showing the farmhouse complex.

 A BAR WITH A HISTORY. THE “ICE HOUSE” IS THE PERFECT PLACE TO GATHER AND TALK ABOUT THE GOOD OLE DAYS.

 COMBINING A SIMPLE DESIGN FARMHOUSE WITH AN ADJACENT “ICEHOUSE” TO DISPLAY THE OWNER’S MEMORABLE COLLECTION WAS DALE DIBELLO’S ANSWER TO A CLIENT’S DREAM. THE SPACE DOES DOUBLE DUTY: A FUN ENTERTAINMENT AREA AND A COZY GUEST QUARTERS.

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uilt by early settlers in the 1700s, the farmhouse (also known as folk house) is not actually a style but rather refers to function and the community where it is located. Built in rural areas, farmhouses usually included one or more additional buildings to meet the owners’ needs. Later, as railway systems developed, the available build-it-yourself mud, stone, or log materials were replaced by lumber, brick and quarried stone which became more easily accessible. Style was added as European influence brought more sophisticated choices...Greek Revival, Queen Anne and others. The building process became what is today called eclectic, a mix and match


 RECLAIMED BRICK, RAFTERS AND FLOORING NOT ONLY GAVE THIS NEW BRAUNFELS FARMHOUSE A RETRO FEELING, IT SPEAKS A SUSTAINABLE MESSAGE.

 A RECYCLED OLD DOOR WAS LEFT UNFINISHED AS A REMINDER OF WHERE IT CAME FROM AND A CONVERSATION PIECE IN THE FARMHOUSE.

 CONSISTING OF TWO SEPARATE BUILDINGS, A SIMPLE WHITE FARMHOUSE FOR HER, A BARN FOR HIM AFFORDED SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE...EVEN THE HORSES.  A SLIDING BARN DOOR LEADING TO THE UTILITY ROOM BRINGS BACK BYGONE MEMORIES IN THE SAN MARCOS FARM HOUSE DALE DIBELLO DESIGNED TO SATISFY A HUSBAND/WIFE CLIENTS’ WISHES.

His and Hers Farmhouse Like many HGTV home buying couples, this husband and wife team had conflicting ideas about their forever home to be built on their land in San Marcos. “We designed this homestead to match the personalities of the husband and wife client. She dreamed of a simple, lightfilled white farmhouse that fit in and complemented their beautiful land,” Dibello explained. “For his horses, he needed a practical barn with enclosed storage and a central bay that he could pull his trailer through. We designed the 1,585 square foot barn with a drive-through bay on the long axis and a walk-through cross axis, a front porch, covered implement storage porch, tack room, feed room and lawn equipment storage room. We placed the barn adjacent and perpendicular to the house to create a welcoming front court,” he continued. The final result: a stone and white painted board and batten house for her and a barn that pleased him. Dibello Architects, PLLC Although Dibello and his staff have designed all sorts of projects from traditional residential to retail and commercial, they have gained a reputation of including more than one building, or designing a home with multiple facades in the traditional farm/ranch manner, keeping the “past/present perfect.” ■

 REPRODUCING THE FARMHOUSE CONCEPT, ARCHITECT DALE DIBELLO PAINTS HIS PASSION.

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near home getaway

Texas Gulf Coast CINNAMON SHORE PHASE II EXPANSION // SPECIAL TO NHOME

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VACATIONERS CONTINUE TO ENJOY THE TEXAS GULF COAST. ment on Texas’ Coastal Bend combines elegant housing, work spaces, retail amenities, parks and recreational facilities in a highly livable, walkable seaside resort community. Nearby activities include links-style golfing, unique shopping,

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hase II of Cinnamon Shore will quadruple the vacation community’s size and bring distinctive new home designs, amenities to Mustang Island Port Aransas, Texas. Sea Oats Group today announced a $1.3 billion, 300-acre expansion of Cinnamon Shore, Mustang Island’s premier new urbanism vacation community, featuring distinctive new home designs and a wide array of appealing amenities. Cinnamon Shore is a pedestrian-friendly planned community nestled behind the protective dunes on Mustang Island along the Texas Gulf Coast. It is the first new urbanism development for Sea Oats Group, which is fulfilling its vision of a traditional seaside village with a wide array of amenities and recreational facilities intertwined with beach cottages, luxury villas and vibrant town centers. Every detail of Cinnamon Shore is designed to embrace the natural ambience of Mustang Island and the slow-paced charm of a walking neighborhood. “Cinnamon Shore North has been enormously successful, with over $200 million in sales, and is now 85 percent sold out,” said Jeff Lamkin, CEO of Sea Oats Group, developers of Cinnamon Shore. “The phase II expansion will take place over 15 to 20 years and will more than quadruple the size of the existing community.” Over the past decade, Port Aransas-based Sea Oats Group has been one of the most successful developers of coastal properties in any market nationwide, including the Texas Gulf Coast, where the value of its beachfront portfolio is unequalled. Nestled behind 300 feet of protective dunes and just minutes from Corpus Christi, Cinnamon Shore is the ultimate expression of coastal living. The vibrant, master-planned new urban develop-


parasailing and charters, all effortlessly booked for residents and guests through Cinnamon Shores’ exclusive concierge services. Sea Oats Group began developing the 63-acre Cinnamon Shore North, phase I of its incomparable Texas Gulf Coast vacation community, in 2007. Its $275 million build out includes home sales on 200 lots, 75 of which are multi-family residences, with a median price point of $1 million. Single-family homes start at around $636,000 and beachfront homes are priced from about $2.5 million. The more than 250-acre phase II expansion will encompass Cinnamon Shore South, an $800 million investment, and Cinnamon Shore Bay Shore, projected to be a $500 million buildout. Lamkin said Sea Oats Group envisions four primary pillars of distinction for phase II: (1) home craftsmanship and a lifestyle unrivaled on the Gulf Coast; (2) a dining district with dozens of restaurants to please any palate or mood; (3) enticing destination retail; and (4) a health and wellness center. Phase II will include a 3,300-foot wide beachfront, maintained daily – almost three times the size of the beach at Cinnamon Shore North. Eventually, the development will lie on both sides of State Highway 361, about a mile south of Cinnamon Shore

North, with a golf cart bridge enabling residents to easily access amenities on both sides of the highway. Plans include multiple swimming pools and lakes to provide refuge and enhance the landscape on both sides of the roadway. A key feature of phase II – an approximately 10-acre lake, one of the largest on the Texas Gulf Coast – will be encircled by a mile-long boardwalk. The development will also feature honeymoon cottages, a spa, town centers for retail within each phase and a boutique hotel opening in 2018. Site work is already underway, and Sea Oats Group expects to begin building homes on the property in mid- to late-2018. “We are proud of the community we have created with phase I of Cinnamon Shore and gratified by how well it has been received,” said Lamkin. “We plan to build on what has been a very successful model with this major phase II expansion. Full details, including the master plan for phase II, will be released later this year.” ■

For more information visit www.cinnamonshore.com.

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George Catlin’s North American Indian Portfolio AT THE BRISCOE WESTERN ART MUSEUM // BY: ROBYN MILORA

For more information: The Briscoe Western Art Museum is located at 210 West Market Street, San Antonio, Texas. The museum is open Tuesday 10:00 am-9:00 pm (free admission from 4:00-9:00 pm) and Wednesday-Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm. For directions and tickets, call the museum at 210.507.4864. You may also email kpirinelli@briscoemuseum.org or log on to BriscoeMuseum.org.

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PHOTOS COURTESY OF BRISCOE WESTERN ART MUSEUM

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n Thursday, June 11, 2017, the Briscoe Western Art Museum hosted a VIP preview event for members and invited guests to view a very rare set of George Catlin’s North American Indian Portfolio. Catlin’s Portfolio represents one of the most comprehensive, highly realistic and powerful portraits of the American West during the frontier era and is the result of Catlin’s travels among, and life with, the Great Plains Indian tribes. These tribes include the Mandan, Sioux (Lakota), Blackfeet and Crow, among others. Also included in the exhibit are a reference reading area and an excerpted documentary film produced by the Smithsonian Institution. The exhibit runs from June 23 to September 4, 2017, and is located in the Jack Guenther Pavilion at the museum. Catlin’s Portfolio, one of only three known sets in the world, contains 31 hand-painted color plates depicting the clothing/adornments, culture, and daily living of the Great Plains tribes. For example, Ball Players provides a glimpse into an early version of lacrosse. Catlin spent summers during the years 1832 to 1837 sketching the tribes, finishing the paintings in oils during the winter. During the years 1837-1852, Catlin toured the United States, England, France and Holland, exhibiting his paintings and Indian crafts, accompanied by members of various Indian tribes. It was during this period that he published the North American Indian Portfolio. ■


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Musical Theater at its Best! TOBIN CENTER’S BMW OF SAN ANTONIO SIGNATURE SERIES // SPECIAL TO NHOME

and magical moments that shaped some of America’s most beloved and celebrated musical icons. • Explore what fueled that unmistakable voice, filled with raw emotion and tinged with Southern Comfort, as A Night with Janis Joplin rocks the stage at The Tobin Center on January 24, 2018. • Step inside the recording studio and relive that legendary night when one of the greatest jam sessions ever brought together rock 'n' roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. See it all in the smash hit and award- winning Million Dollar Quartet on February 7, 2018.

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For more information: Subscriptions for the BMW of San Antonio Signature Series at The Tobin Center are on sale now. Tickets for individual performances in the series are also available for purchase. Purchases can be made online at tobincenter.org, via phone (210) 223-8624 and in-person at The Tobin Center’s box office located in the Center at 100 Auditorium Circle, San Antonio, TX 78205. The box office is open Monday-Friday 10am-6pm and Saturday 10am-2pm. For more information on all the fantastic fun coming to The Tobin Center, visit www.tobincenter.org.

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he Tobin Center’s BMW of San Antonio Signature Series embarks upon another brilliant season bringing Broadway’s award winners, smash hits, soon-to-be classics and never before seen in San Antonio premieres. The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts proudly invites you to experience groundbreaking, exquisite, hilarious and unforgettable theater this season in its state of the art H-E-B Performance Hall. Kicking off the season is the winner of five 2015 Tony awards, including Best Musical. The surprising, moving, and captivating landmark musical Fun Home brings relatable, refreshing honesty to The Tobin Center on August 9-10, 2017. Prepare to die with laughter with the fourtime Tony award-winning (including Best Musical) A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder that is slaying audiences all over! Don’t miss this killer opportunity to observe the uproarious story of Monty Navarro on March 11, 2018. Feel the music this season as BMW of San Antonio Signature Series brings three incredible biographical musicals that explore the influences, passions

• Cherish true emotion and bona fide friendship as Always…Patsy Cline honors an authentic correspondence between companions, while featuring 27 of Cline’s unforgettable hits – resonating in the H-E-B Performance Hall on April 8, 2018. ■


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The Bodyguard SMASH HIT WEST END MUSICAL // SPECIAL TO NHOME // PHOTOGRAPHY: UK TOUR CAST BY PAUL COLTAS

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orth Park Lexus Broadway in San Antonio is delighted to announce that the first U.S. National tour of the hit musical The Bodyguard, will play eight performances at the Majestic Theatre, September 19 through 24, initiating the 2017-2018 North Park Lexus Broadway in San Antonio season. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m., Friday, July 14. Tickets for The Bodyguard, starting at $35, are available online at www.ticketmaster.com, by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 982.ARTS (2787), or by visiting the Majestic Box Office. The Majestic Box Office does not accept single ticket orders over the phone; all ticket sales must be made in person. Majestic Box Office hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Saturday hours vary weekly, call (210) 226.3333 to verify. Orders for groups of 10 or more may be placed by calling (210) 226-5967. The Bodyguard opens with performances at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday; 8 p.m. on Friday; 2 and 8 p.m., Saturday and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. on Sunday. For venue information, visit www.MajesticEmpire.com. For information on Broadway in

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San Antonio, please visit www.BroadwayInSanAntonio.com. Grammy® Award-nominated and multiplatinum R&B/pop recording artist and film/ TV actress Deborah Cox stars as Rachel Marron. In the role of bodyguard Frank Farmer is television star Judson Mills. Based on Lawrence Kasdan’s 1992 Oscar nominated Warner Bros. film, and adapted by Academy Award-winner (Birdman) Alexander Dinelaris, The Bodyguard had its world premiere on December 5, 2012 at London’s Adelphi Theatre. The Bodyguard was nominated for four Laurence Olivier Awards including Best New Musical and Best Set Design and won Best New Musical at the Whatsonstage Awards. The UK production of the musical recently completed a triumphant return run in London’s West End after a sell-out 16-month UK and Ireland tour. Former Secret Service agent turned bodyguard, Frank Farmer is hired to protect superstar Rachel Marron from an unknown stalker. Each expects to be in charge; what they don’t expect is to fall in love. A romantic thriller, The Bodyguard features a host of irresistible classics including "So Emotional", "One Moment in

Time", "Saving All My Love", "Run to You", "I Have Nothing", "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" and one of the biggest selling songs of all time – "I Will Always Love You." Direction is by Thea Sharrock. Set & costume design is by Tim Hatley, lighting design by Mark Henderson, sound design by Richard Brooker and video design by Duncan McLean. Choreography is by Karen Bruce, orchestrations by Chris Egan, musical supervision by Richard Beadle and production musical supervision by Mike Dixon. Musical director Matthew Smedal conducts the live orchestra. The U.S. National tour of The Bodyguard is produced by Michael Harrison, David Ian and Nederlander Presentations, Inc. Rounding out the principal cast are Alex Corrado (Gotham, Hannibal) as Tony Scibelli, Rachel’s personal security guard, Charles Gray (The Color Purple, The Lion King) as manager Bill Devaney, Jonathan Hadley (Jersey Boys, A Class Act) as publicist Sy Spector, Jorge Paniagua (The Full Monty, Oregon Shakespeare Festival) as the Stalker, Jasmin Richardson (Memphis, Dreamgirls) as Rachel’s sister Nicki Marron, and Douglas Baldeo (Kinky Boots, Motown) and Kevelin B. Jones III (Idlewild Music Festival) alternating in the role of Rachel’s son Fletcher. Jasmin Richardson is scheduled to play the role of Rachel Marron for the Saturday matinee and Sunday evening performances. ■

For more information visit www. thebodyguardmusical.com, facebook. com/thebodyguardmusical, twitter.com/ TheBodyguardUS or instagram.com/thebodyguardus


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Catrina’s Interiors GRAND OPENING // BY: JULIE PARRA // PHOTOGRAPHY: JASON ROBERTS

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n July 25, 2017, the ribbon cutting ceremony at Catrina’s Interiors was held to celebrate the grand opening of our store at 32840 IH 10 West in Boerne, Texas. This new, lighter and brighter store is more visible and easier to find. We are confident that our new location is going to be a great start to our continued success. We offer a wide variety of design services including in-home personal design and drapery consultations. As a Premier Hunter Douglas authorized dealer, we can help you find the perfect window treatment for your home. We also specialize in custom furniture designed especially for the client and carry many name brand lines, as well. In addition, we carry five different lines of area rugs and a wide array of art and accessories. Catrina’s Interiors recently participated in the San Antonio Parade of Homes, working with Broll Custom Homes on a contemporary masterpiece! Catrina has shown her ability to shift gears from her “Rich Ranch” look to transitional design, and with the Parade home, her contemporary design skills were displayed effortlessly. So whether it is helping you with a newly built home or redecorating an existing one, Catrina’s Interiors is a “One Stop Shop!” ■

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Headwaters Celebrates... AMENITY CENTER OPENS

// BY: SAVANNAH CARTER // PHOTOGRAPHY: CAMBRELLA PHOTOGRAPHY

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n July 22, 2017, more than 650 people came out to see the unveiling of HW Central, the new amenity center at Headwaters, a master-planned, healthy living community in Dripping Springs. “HW Central offers features that you don’t often find,” said Suzanne Maddalon, vice president of marketing for Freehold Communities. “The sweeping views alone distinguish HW Central. Being able to enjoy the resort-style pool, state-of-the-art fitness facility or our Wi-Fi café while viewing the beautiful Texas Hill Country, is a joy. A portion of Headwaters’ eight miles of scenic walking and jogging trails runs through HW Central, as well.” The festival-like event celebrated the special lifestyle that Headwaters and Dripping Springs offers residents. Highlighting some of the unique things about the area, guests enjoyed great eats from Railroad Bar-B-Que, Frost 321, Twisted X Brewing Company, Texas Hill Country Olive Company, Greater Goods Coffee, and Rolling in Thyme & Dough, all of which will continue to offer treats at The HUB Wi-Fi Café, in HW Central. Headwaters features homes from David Weekley Homes, Trendmaker Homes and Drees Custom Homes. Prices range from the mid-$300,000s to more than $900,000. ■ For more information: visit www. liveheadwaters.com for additional details or to find out about various upcoming events being planned by Headwaters’ lifestyle director.

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THE SPORTS PLAYFIELD AT HEADWATERS SERVED AS FESTIVAL GROUNDS, WHERE MANY EVENT ACTIVITIES TOOK PLACE.

 COMING SOON TO DRIPPING SPRINGS, PAWS SHELTER OF CENTRAL TEXAS SUPPLIED CANINE ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE HUNDREDS OF GUESTS AT HEADWATERS.

 MORE THAN 650 PEOPLE CAME OUT TO THE GRAND OPENING TO ENJOY LOCAL FARE, LIVE MUSIC, OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES, HOME TOURS AND THE “CHILL OUT” TENT SET UP ON HEADWATERS’ SPORTS PLAYFIELD.

 TO KICK OFF THE GRAND OPENING FESTIVITIES, SEVERAL OF THE FIRST RESIDENTS AT HEADWATERS GATHERED FOR A RIBBON CUTTING.


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