USAA Creating Jobs Downtown San Antonio

Dated: 07/11/2018

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Local leaders have negotiated a $6 million incentive package with USAA that promises to expand its workforce in San Antonio and bring 2,000 employees to the city center — the area’s single-largest infusion of jobs in the heart of downtown.

 Under a plan called “Project Blue” USAA would add 1,500 new jobs in San Antonio and move 2,000 office workers to its downtown buildings in exchange for $6 million in forgivable loans and tax breaks that would cover a portion of the company’s $70 million investment.


City Manager Sheryl Sculley said in a news release “Moving 2,000 jobs downtown is a game changer for the community,”  

“Suffice it to say these are corporate jobs,” Jenna Saucedo-Herrera, president and CEO of the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation, said in an interview.

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