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Why Southtown’s Blue Star is on the National Register of Historic Places

Long before the Blue Star Arts Complex became a popular Southtown destination along the San Antonio River, it was a transportation hub.


The site occupies land once owned by the San Antonio Belt and Terminal Railway Co. All but one of the original buildings is still standing, making it one of the most intact former warehouses in the Alamo City, which is why the property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.



This photo taken by Jeffrey Moor in 1993 shows Blue Star's buildings along South Alamo Street and was included in the application for the National Register of Historic Places.




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