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The Can Plant Apartments
There's always something new brewing at the Pearl...and at the Can Plant Apartments it's doubly true. Property manager, Kim Knight, said, "I think people really like the atmosphere. And since it's so new to San Antonio, they're just jumping right into it."
Well, yeah. The Can Plan Apartments sit on the banks of the San Antonio River, nestled right in there with the Culinary Institute of America, a bevy of eateries (including newly opened Granary), one-of-a-kind shops like Melissa Guerra and Leighhelena, and the ever-expanding and diverse Saturday farmers market.
With a price range of $954 to $2,335 a month, the Can Plant has 293 units with 74 different floor plans at 4 different buildings. Designers try to keep with the brewery theme, especially in the lobby club house where you'll find newly reupholstered old Brewhaus chairs. Some units feature granite counter tops; some have AC in interior hallways, others are open air. Apartments on the ground floor have concrete floors, others on the second through fourth floor have faux hardwood laminate. Love the pocket doors here. Building and parking garage access are by fob.
There's a broad range of clientele at the Can Plant Apartments, including a lot of empty-nesters, according to Knight. She's lived there since October. "People like the sense of community to go get a bite to eat or go bike on the River Walk," Knight said.
Another perk: The Pearl Red Card gives residents free and discounted specials at nearby shops and restaurants. Knight's personal favorite: Ig Sogno Osteria.
The Can Plant is 59 percent leased.