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Cadence McShane Tapped to Build Sabot’s MXU

Cadence McShane Construction Company has been selected by repeat client Sabot Development as the general contractor for Elmira at Myrtle. Located in San Antonio, the new mixed-use development will incorporate 325 residential units with 14,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space.

“Cadence McShane has a solid reputation, execution ability and experienced multifamily team,” said Jim Young, founder of locally-based Sabot. “Their significant multifamily construction experience in San Antonio was a key decision point for our firm.”

Designed by the San Antonio office of Gensler, Elmira at Myrtle is positioned on 1.55 acres of land. The 11-story structure includes three floors of above-grade parking and eight floors of residential. Top-floor units will feature 12′ ceilings and upgraded finishes.

Construction of Elmira at Myrtle is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2021.

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