St. John's Seminary Renovation

CLIENT:

Archdiocese of San Antonio

COST:

$5,812,000

SIZE:

14,500 SF

COMPLETION DATE:

DELIVERY METHOD:

CSP | Select Bidder

ARCHITECT:

Fisher Heck Architects

AWARDS RECEIVED:

The abandoned St. John’s Seminary site has been taken over by the Archdiocese of San Antonio with the vision of repurposing two of the buildings. The project includes the renovation of the museum pilgrimage center totaling approximately 5,500 SF, the renovation of the conference center totalling approximately 8,000 SF, and the demolition of the old dormitory building, the site of which will serve as a new parking lot for the two facilities.

Once renovated, the old conference center will serve has office space for Catholic Charties and the existing chapel will be transfomed into a visitor ceter, interpretive center, presentation space, café, and and gift shop.

This is first step of a renewed focus by the Archdiocese to bring to life the World Heritage Missions focusing on Catholic history.

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10609 IH-10 West, Suite 200
San Antonio, TX 78230

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