Availability – 109,435 rentable sq. feet
Originally built as Army barracks, the South Beach Pavilion building was converted into an annex for BAMC in the late 1940’s to support Fort Sam Houston’s expanding medical program. The building is 109,435 square feet, consisting of a lower level with windows and three upper stories. Preliminary space planning indicates that the layout of the floor works very well with modern space planning requirements, whether they are open office or a more traditional design. The building also works well when divided on a multi-tenant basis and can accommodate a wide variety of tenant sizes.
The redevelopment of the South Beach Pavilion will be completed with a streamlined construction process that will allow it to be delivered within 8 to 9 months of starting at competitive private sector costs and will entail:
- Taking the interior back to its concrete shell and installing all new systems (heating, ventilation, air conditioning, electrical wiring, lighting, fire sprinklers, etc.)
- The exterior will be cleaned, sealed and restored to its original “as new” condition.
- The concrete drives will be replaced, and new landscaping will be installed in accordance with the Post’s Master Landscape Plan.
- The building and grounds will be modified to meet modern building codes (i.e. fire, life safety, ADA accessibility, hazardous materials, etc.).
When completed, The South Beach Pavilion building will provide its occupants with a mix of unique benefits:
- State-of-the-art systems and equipment
- Beautiful and unique architecture
- The protection of being on a secured military base
- Finishes to first-class private sector standards