The first phase of our three-part project was completed in December 2001 with the reestablishment of the Casa de México International Building as a pillar of the Mexican American business and artistic community in San Antonio. Renovations began in June 1999, and were completed in June 2001 with the reopening of the Koehler Auditorium, an intimate performance space within the building. Now complete, this building – which also houses the Alameda Theater – features approximately 18,000 square feet of office space in the heart of downtown San Antonio’s colorful West End.
The Casa de México historically has been the birthplace of international organizations, such as the first Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in the United States. The Latino spirit of the Casa de México building is an expression of that part of San Antonio which makes it unique among American cities.
The building is managed by the Alameda and is now home to the City of San Antonio Office of Cultural Affairs, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the Federation of Mexican Communities in San Antonio. This mix of tenants fulfills our objectives of increasing synergy between business and the arts fostering economic opportunity for Latinos.
Let The Alameda host your next business meeting or function. The Koehler Auditorium is available for private receptions, presentations, film screening, lectures, and more. For more information regarding the rental of the Koehler Auditorium contact Irma Aleman or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Space Available
The Casa de México building currently has the entire 4th floor available for lease. The uppermost floor of the building offers expansive views of the downtown area.