Recent business developments in central San Antonio include the opening of an Olmos Park-area fitness studio and a bank relocating regional headquarters to downtown.

Urban Lagree

Urban Lagree, an Austin-based, woman-founded boutique fitness studio, held a soft opening for its first San Antonio-area location June 10 near Olmos Park.

Urban Lagree is named after the Lagree method founded in 1998 by Sebastien Lagree, and revolves around use of the Megaformer, a machine that mixes elements of yoga, Pilates and strength training.

Urban Lagree is celebrating their San Antonio launch by offering founding membership specials.

Urban Lagree will host an open house 11 a.m.-1 p.m. June 15, which will include health and wellness vendors, giveaways, music and more.Amegy Bank

Officials with Houston-based Amegy Bank announced on May 28 that the company will relocate its Central Texas headquarters to a downtown high-rise and add a banking center to the building’s ground floor.

According to a news release, this move will put Amegy Bank in a key spot in of San Antonio's economic expansion, collaboration and customer proximity.

Company officials said Amegy Bank’s new Central Texas corporate office will occupy the 21st and 22nd floors of the office tower, 300 Convent.

The bank's regional corporate operations at 300 Convent will occupy more than 40,000 square feet, and contain 100-plus offices and workstations, a conference center for large customer and community events, and meeting spaces. The release states that the new ground-floor banking center will open in early 2025 when corporate office employees plan to take residency of the new office space.

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Amegy Bank’s regional headquarters relocation will make for a significant addition to the downtown business district. Amegy Bank-Central Texas Chief Executive Officer David McGee said he and fellow company officials have plans for the bank’s corporate expansion to central San Antonio.

“Our new space, situated at the cornerstone of the community and commerce, will allow us to stay on pace with serving San Antonio’s rapid growth for years to come. We couldn’t be more excited to join downtown’s dynamic business ecosystem and talent,” McGee said in a statement.
  • Banking center opens early 2025
  • 300 Convent St., San Antonio