SA City Council approves $17M in tax rebates for Spurs training facility and larger ‘Human Performance Campus’
The City of San Antonio is officially kicking in public dollars towards the Spurs Sports & Entertainment-led $510.8 million “Human Performance Campus” near La Cantera, bringing the total of local, public incentives up to $32 million.
City, county offer $32M in incentives for ‘Human Performance Campus’ for Spurs
The “Human Performance Campus” would contain a new training facility for the team; restaurant, retail, and commercial space; a “human performance research institute;” a 22-acre park; and an outdoor plaza. Bexar County Commissioners have already committed $15 million toward the project, and the San Antonio City Council will vote Thursday on providing $17 million in tax rebates.
Spurs offseason transformation; Popovich drops F-bomb on critics after Team USA wins gold; Ben Simmons-Spurs remains in rumor mill
In less than a month, we have seen a complete transformation of the Spurs. Let’s break down some of the pros and cons of this wild offseason and coach Gregg Popovich eviscerating the haters! Welcome to this week’s KSAT.com Spurs newsletter.
Spurs unveil plans for massive new training facility, $510M community development on far NW Side
Spurs Sports and Entertainment publicly unveiled plans today for a new nearly 50-acre development on the far Northwest Side that includes a state-of-the-art training facility for the San Antonio Spurs, medical and research offices, retail, park and community space.
What’s next for Spurs home arena after AT&T pulls plug on naming-rights deal
From multiple NBA championships to rodeos and concerts, the home of the Spurs has hosted hundreds of major events over two decades under the name AT&T Center.But that will soon change after telecommunications giant AT&T pulled the plug on its naming rights deal with the Bexar County building after owning those rights since 2002.