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A Safe & Affordable Place To Live

The Valor Club will include a variety of high quality, affordably priced housing options to meet the needs of veterans and their families. It will exist as a familyoriented, master-planned community, dedicated to easing and promoting the process of transitioning from military life to a successful and fulfilling life outside the military.

MASTER’S RANCH APARTMENTS

High quality, gated apartment homes will be available to assist veterans while they find permanent housing. Master’s Ranch will feature 252 budget-friendly apartments that will range in size from 750 sq. ft. to nearly 1,200 sq. ft., with monthly rents ranging from $650 to $975. Veterans with disabilities will have the choice of 84-ground floor units that feature a complete array of accommodations, including those for vision and hearing impairments.

SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES

Providing high-quality, suitable and affordable housing in which veterans and their families can flourish is the foundation of our mission. This housing has to be of good quality, it has to be safe and it must not be a financial burden. To this end, more than 70 three‑bedroom, single-family homes will be available in a gated, family-oriented neighborhood, complete with traditional backyards, front yards and two car garages. These newly built homes will be available to veteran families at a price right around $1,000 per month, and they can live here for as long as they need or want to stay.

RETIREMENT HOUSING

Our research shows that the community would not be complete without the influence of our senior veterans. Those military men and women that separated long ago have perspective and experience that will be essential for the younger generation to learn. They stand as a testament to the simple fact that “you can do this because I did it”. We will invite them into the community with well built, affordable, age-restricted housing adjacent to the family neighborhood. We look forward to seeing the social dynamic between our retirees and the children of the younger families blossom, as well as the familial interaction between the generations.

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Area & Community

tower-of-the-americas"Masters Ranch" is a gated community being developed by HomeSpring Realty Partners at an estimated cost of $30 million, featuring 252 high quality, apartment homes.

Michael A. Hogan, President of HomeSpring Realty Partners, says that 84 units will be constructed as fully handicap accessible. Construction has already begun and will create 250 construction jobs with an estimated $10 million in direct payroll with a local economic impact of $50 million. HomeSpring Realty Partners recently opened a similar complex, Woodlawn Ranch, near St. Mary’s University. Today his company owns and operates over 4,000 apartment units.

A $15 million multi-sport complex called “The Valordome” is planned on the south side of Southcross Blvd. “The Valordome” will feature indoor sports layouts for a wide range of athletes, especially those with disabilities, where they can train to compete at the highest levels on an international scale. The facility also will include an indoor bicycle track (only the 2nd indoor Velodrome in the United States), an infield designed to suit virtually all wheelchair sports, a full complement of weight rooms, locker rooms and other sports related facilities, as well spectator seating and accommodations for meetings and other mid-sized community events.

The Valor Club President Dan Pedrotti Jr. adds that the opportunity to compete in these sports opens doors for would be athletes that would not exist otherwise. “We believe kids and veterans will be the primary beneficiaries. And we hope the greater Southside community enjoys the facility as well,” he says.

An BMX bicycle racing track is included in the sports master plan to complete the complex. He adds, “This component of the plan is about two simple ideas – 1) Kids need more reasons to get out and be active and 2) There are future international level athletes out there, and all we have to do is provide exposure, opportunity and training.  Putting these facilities on the Southside makes it even more compelling,” says Pedrotti.

For seniors, The Valor Club will offer 40 retirement villas as part of the gated neighborhood on the north side of the project. Pedrotti says, “A critical component of this community is the retired veteran.  These exceptional men and women stand as a living testament to the fact that your can transition out of the military and into a long and happy civilian life.”

The Valor Club is working very closely with The First Tee of Greater San Antonio to establish a new presence. Mary Carriker, executive director of The First Tee, says, “We are excited to be partnering with The Valor Club to offer an additional programming site in San Antonio. This expansion will help us continue to use the game of golf as a platform to teach young people essential and enduring life skills that allow them to handle challenges at home, school and play in a constructive manner.” The First Tee is dedicated to impacting the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that build character, values and healthy choices through the game of golf.

In addition to the golf course, The Valor Club will have significant dedicated  park space, which will retain the green belt beauty of the area. Pedrotti adds that the Salado Creek Greenway South hike and bike project, part of the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail System, currently ends at the South Side Lions Park. The Valor Club plan provides for a continuation of the trail from Lions Park, through The Valor Club property, South under the Southcross Blvd. bridge and to “The Valordome” sports complex and beyond.

 

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