In a Storied History

The story of La Cantera is as rich as the history of San Antonio. Set in the foothills of the Texas Hill Country among ancient live oaks and jagged rock outcroppings, this land has felt the footsteps of Native Americans, Spanish conquistadors and early Texas settlers. In more modern times, the land was mined for its valuable limestone, the iconic building blocks of the region. When this resource was exhausted, the terrain lay spent, seemingly without a future.

But in the mid-1980s, a vision began to take shape to tap into the natural beauty and intrinsic appeal of this magnificent abandoned quarry. Inspired by the vision of Affinius Capital, a project was begun that would soon be heralded as a model of reuse and redevelopment.

The La Cantera of today is a thriving destination attracting thousands of local, regional and international visitors annually. It has also evolved into a preferred South Texas residential and business address for those with a desire to live and work in the heart of a portfolio of unsurpassed amenities.

La Cantera

Beautiful. Accessible. Pure Texas.
In the Foothills of the Texas Hill Country.

La Cantera
School District
NE Independent SD
Elementary School
May Elementary
Middle School
High School
City Public Service
Public Sewer/Water
SAWS: San Antonio Water System
SAWS & Grey Forest Utilities
Tax Information
Taxing Authority
Bexar County Appraisal District
Minutes to Airport
16 Minutes
Minutes to Downtown
20 Minutes
Minutes to Medical Center
13 Minutes
Place of interest within 20 minutes
The Resort at La Cantera, Leon Creek Trail System, Valero, USAA, UTSA, The Rim, NuStar, TopGolf, Texas Medical Center
Dominion, Fair Oaks Boerne