110 Broadway

Business 1

We are happy to participate again this year. We will have LED lights across the bottom of our overhang walkway on Broadway.

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118 Broadway

Business 1

We will hang lights under our canopy and walkway. We plan to use 100% LED lights again this year.

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200 Block of East Houston Street

Business 1

Approximately 15 trees lining the 200 block of East Houston Street will be draped with thousands of white lights.

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Alamo Drugs

Business 1

Decking the Holidays on Alamo Plaza.

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Alamo Plaza

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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American Payroll Association

Business 1

Receive a warm holiday welcome as you enter historic downtown San Antonio and view the festivity of the American Payroll Association's headquarters! Drive around the entire perimeter of our building on Main Street and Soledad for a festival of lights. The red and green exterior lighting will be sure to put a smile on your face this holiday season. Warm holiday wishes from all of us at the American Payroll Association!

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Bexar County Courthouse & Lady Justice Plaza

Business 1

Come and join us for the holiday season as we light up your historic Bexar County Courthouse, with traditional festive Christmas lights and garland. The county will come together at our Bexar County "Christmas Celebration," as we light up our Lady Justice Plaza as a historic Winter Wonderland.

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Bohanan's Prime Steaks and Seafood

Business 1

Tree lighting celebration benefits Say Si Houston St. comes alive on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd from 5:30- 7:30p.m., with more than 34,000 LED space lights as part of Bohanan's Holidays on Houston St. tree lighting celebration. Sip holiday spirits as you gather around Bohanan's 16-foot Christmas tree and admire the beautiful handmade ornaments that adorn it, courtesy of the students of Say Si. Inspired by the theme of "giving back," each one-of-a-kind felt ornament has been lovingly crafted, filled, and sewn by these talented young people, who use their unique creative perspectives to make each one a mini masterpiece.

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Buckhorn Saloon & Museum

Business 1

The Buckhorn Saloon and Museum will line the top of the building with classic white lights. We will wrap the front column in red ribbon and lights. There will be a Santa hat on the longhorn on the front of the building as well.

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Casino Club Building

Business 1

The Casino Club Building will have a single candle-light displayed in every window. This year's display, which was conceived, organized and funded by the residents, is a nod to simpler times in keeping with our historic building's ambiance. We hope our effort brings peace and joy to you this season!

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Catto & Catto

Business 1

Mexican inspired nativity scene with papel picado and original aluminium Mexican art at 217 E. Houston.

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Central Library

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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CIMS International Center

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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City Hall

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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Columbus Park

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative.

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Convent Plaza

Business 1

The outside of the building is decorated with white lights. The building is decorated with a lit wreath. The six tree are also decorated with colorful LED lights.

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Convention Sports & Entertainment Facilities

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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Court Building

Business 1

We are lighting up the night sky with a gold, red, blue and green 30' Christmas LED light strand tree. Adorning the custom-made iron art trellises will be shimmering gold mesh garlands with a touch of red, blue and green ornaments.

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Courtyard Marriott Riverwalk

Business 1

We will have all balcony lights wrapped in green and red plastic. There will be lighting in rear of building, in all balconies and in plants. We will be using 80% LED lights.

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CVS Pharmacy

Business 1

New to the downtown area and we are excited to be participating for the first time with the Mayor's Light up Downtown San Antonio. We will have Christmas lights displayed throughout our windows.

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Del Sol

Business 1

Visit us at Del Sol where the sun does not stop snow from falling! Come and enjoy our white Christmas with our decorative snowflakes, white lights and snow falling from the ceiling.

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Grand Hyatt

Business 1

White Festive Holiday Perimeter lighting 66" pine teardrop swags on exterior columns 66" lightied swags with ornaments

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Hard Rock Cafe

Business 1

It's time to Jingle Bell Rock this holiday season at Hard Rock Café! Our window display will feature a Rock 'N' Roll Santa performing in the main front window next to a jazzy Christmas tree. All side windows will have festive lighting and music themed décor.

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Hilton Palacio del Rio

Business 1

The Hilton will have a graphic display on the building facade, as well as rope lighting along the river and in the trees. They will also have decorative lighting along the landscape areas and the elavated pool deck.

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Home2 Suites

Business 1

We have garland, ribbons, and lights covering our entrance as well as windows. We also have oversized ornaments placed along the windows. Large Christmas wreaths are positioned in the front of our hotel, finishing with a huge Christmas tree centered in our lobby.

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Homewood Suites

Business 1

We have placed trees and wreaths with lights in and around our hotel lobby and Riverwalk windows so all our guests can see our decorations for the holidays. It brightens this end of the Riverwalk since there are very little additional lights in our area. We also have other decorations throughout our lobby and near the St. Mary's Bridge crossing.

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Hotel Valencia

Business 1

The entrance is decorated with white lights to compliment the Christmas Tree inside also decorated with beautiful white lights and red bows.

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Houson St. Bistro

Business 1

We are excited to be first time participants in this year's 2014 Light Up Downtown San Antonio. Come by and see our Christmas lights and our Christmas town.

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Hyatt Regency San Antonio on the Riverwalk

Business 1

Hotel Drive, Street Level & Hotel Lobby Traditional Indoor Displays.

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Juice Central

Business 1

Whirl on by to get a smoothie and get into the Christmas spirit with our classic Christmas decorations with our Christmas lights and garland.

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La Tienda

Business 1

We have red and green garland hanging in our windows as well as colored lights around the perimeter. We have a brightly colored Christmas tree inside our store that can be seen from our large window.

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La Villita

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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Main Plaza

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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Market Square

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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Milam Park

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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Molina's & Shell Station

Business 1

New to the downtown area and first time participant. We are a grocery store, deli and meat market. We have decided to decorate our storefront and all of our trees in celebration of the holidays.

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Municipal Plaza Building

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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Pat O'Briens

Business 1

Our decorations have a Mardi Gras feel created by stringing colored masks and giant beads along our outside fence. We have covered our light posts in the patio with garland and red bows. Our outdoor hosting bar is decorated with lights, garland and two oversized bells. Along our fence and palm tree outside, we have decorated with more lights and garland.

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Pop-up Store Abby's Fine Jewelry

Business 1

One of a kind, handcrafted jewelry at 231 E. Houston.

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Pop-up Store AME

Business 1

Ten artists in a collaborative art show and studio displaying eclectic art at 115 E Travis Milam Building.

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Pop-up Store Andrea Reyes

Business 1

Modern art of portraits and classic perfumes at 231 E. Houston

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Pop-up Store Annie's Petite Treats

Business 1

Cake-pop treats at 231 E. Houston St.

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Pop-up Store Brandy Rae Photography

Business 1

As a Pop Up Shop participant, we are excited to bring some unique holiday items to your attention during OPEN. We have a variety of photography including canvas and glass prints.

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Pop-up Store Cafe Commerce

Business 1

One stop shop for entreprenuers at 231 E. Houston St.

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Pop-up Store Canvas Encore!

Business 1

Art, wine, and Revolucion coffee and juice at 140 E. Houston St.

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Pop-up Store Chloe & Isabel

Business 1

Unique and designer jewelry located at 231 E. Houston

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Pop-up Store Fudge Oh Fudge

Business 1

Delicious treats and wonderful fudge at 231 E. Houston St.

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Pop-up Store Gonzalez Handmade

Business 1

One of many Pop Up Shops OPEN to participate this year, Gonzalez handmade has many items for your Holiday needs. Stop by and purchase your leather goods or many of is reclaimed wood items. Something for everyone.

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Pop-up store Joyarte

Business 1

Jewelry artists making hand crafted, limited edtion jewelry, using fine metals and stones at 231 E. Houston St.

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Pop-up Store Maurice Garlet Photography

Business 1

Colorful and modern photography that comes alive at 231 E. Houston.

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Pop-up Store Michelle Dobbs Art

Business 1

Multicolored and black and white portraits of beautiful women at 231 E. Houston.

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Pop-up Store Painted Pony

Business 1

Painted Pony is known for their jackets, fabrics and buttons made in the United States. They are sold all over the country, but are headquartered in San Antonio and are currently at 231 E. Houston.

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Pop-up Store PAWsitively Sweet Bakery

Business 1

We have great stuff for dogs including delicious & nutritious treats and accessories. We are located at 231 E. Houston St.

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Pop-up Store Peter French Photography

Business 1

Indoor and outdoor photography of various locations at 231 E. Houston.

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Pop-up Store Popped Culture

Business 1

Artisanal heirloom Popcorn that is handcrafted and naturally fermented at 231 E. Houston

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Pop-up Store Purse & Clutch

Business 1

Winter Wonderland. In the spirit of ethical shopping, we plan to use natural, recycled, and easily accessible materials to give an example of what you can do with limited waste.

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Rio Cruises

Business 1

Experience the magic of the Holiday season aboard a Rio San Antonio Cruise and get wisked away on your magical journey with our enchanting Holiday display. Our Historia ticket location is transformed into an enchanting display beckoning locals and visitors alike to come by and relish the Season.

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Salon 22 Salon & Spa

Business 1

The theme for our display is fashionable holidays.

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San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

Business 1

White LED lights wind around the roof while the front of the building's arches are decorated with garland and pre-lit LED lights. A 48 inch velvet bow has been placed on the center wall. The back of the building (Riverwalk view) shows a 72 inch wreath that is placed in the center of the building. Garland and lights cover the balcony, along with red and green bulbs in sconces. Trees and shrubs will be decorated with lights as well.

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San Antonio Children's Museum

Business 1

Percentage estimated led lighting usage-100%. Experience the magic of the holidays with a family-friendly lighting display at the San Antonio Children's Museum! Strings of LED lights will "pop" from the building facade at an approximate height of 15 feet. LED lights will be met with some festive holiday wreaths bringing holiday cheer to 305 E. Houston St. This year's lighting display will also incorporate color changing RGB lights on top of the museum's awning that will splash the front of the building with a program of fading colors of red, green and blue.

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San Antonio Fire Museum

Business 1

Santa at the Fire House - Santa and tree in upstairs windows

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San Antonio Rivercenter Marriott

Business 1

We will have wall washers on the west side of the building in red, green and blue. We will be using 100% LED lights.

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San Fernando Cathedral

Business 1

On the historic San Fernanado Cathedral, in the heart of downtown, is a great illumination of lights and Christmas cheer. Overshadowing the Main Plaza, we have lights bordering our cathedral to ensure it can be seen from blocks away. In front of the Cathedral we have a large Christmas tree, complete with oversized presents and surrounded by garland.

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SegCity Segway Tours

Business 1

We plan to utilize blue LED lights along the storefront to play on the blue LED lights we normally have in the store along our counter and in our training area. We will also use garland, ornaments and wreaths to accentuate the storefront. We will continue to Light Up Downtown outside as we go out on our Christmas Lights tour since we will also have LED lights on our Segways.when they are in use.

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Sheraton Gunter Hotel

Business 1

In the spirit of the holidays, the Sheraton Gunter Hotel will be turning 'green and red'. We will place red and green lights along the exterior of the hotel building, as well as along our outdoor patio in an effort to bring Christmas cheer to our block!

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Southern Pacific Steam Locomotive # 794

Business 1

Vote for San Antonio’s Steam Locomotive all lit up to Celebrate the Holidays! This is the 6th year that members of the San Antonio Railroad Heritage Museum’s division Friends of the SP794 have decorated this piece of San Antonio’s railroad heritage. Built in 1916, the locomotive has been on display since 1957 in San Antonio. Our goal is to restore her back to operations and have her as an ambassador to the city and South Texas promoting railroad heritage, and rail safety. Please show your love for the locomotive and how much you enjoy the lights - Vote daily!

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Spring Garden

Business 1

Come by and get your poinsettias for the holiday season. We have decorated our historic building storefront in support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown.

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Staacke-Stevens Building

Business 1

The Staacke-Stevens Building has been part of the urban fabric of San Antonio since the 1890s. Our holiday display aims to highlight the historic design of prominent San Antonio architect James Riely Gordon while bringing classic holiday cheer to Commerce Street.

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Sunset Station

Business 1

All of the trees on Commerce St. at the historic Sunset Station and St. Paul Square are lit with white twinkling lights.

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Sweb Development

Business 1

Come by our winter wonderland and let us know what you want for Christmas! Social Santa is checking his streams to see if you've been naughty or nice!

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Swig Martini Bar

Business 1

Visit Swig to see our white LED lighting inside with garland outlining most of the windows.

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The Historic Pearl Brewery

Business 1

The Pearl will light up the trees on the property, as well as the brewhouse. There will also be a Christmas tree display, lit stars, and Christmas murals on the windows and store fronts. The overall theme for the Pearl will be Latin and San Antonio inspired.

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The Palm

Business 1

The storefront is decorated with Santa and Christmas tree adorned with white lights above our door. We also have the patio decorated with red and white lighting. We also have our Christmas tree in the window.

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The San Antonio Housing Authority

Business 1

SAHA is committed to building and maintaining sustainable communities. As the largest landlord in San Antonio, SAHA knows that promoting sustainability can influence other companies to heighten their standards as well. Therefore, SAHA, in its first year participating in this holiday tradition, decided that it would be in the spirit of promoting sustainability by utilizing 100% Energy Star approved LED lights to showcase its offices, thereby using up to 80% less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs.

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The University of TX at San Antonio-Downtown Campus

Business 1

The University of Texas at San Antonio Downtown Campus strives to be a bright beacon for higher education. The 100% LED lighting display created by students proudly incorporates the UTSA colors white, orange and blue. Come see how we shine! Go Roadrunners Go!

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The Worm

Business 1

The outside patio structure, which is two levels, is wrapped with magenta LEDs. Pinatas dangle between patio sections. Garlands wrap and accentuate the structure as well.

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Tienda La Garza

Business 1

We will have a Mexican inspired Christmas tree along with a lighted Pinata!

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Tobin Center For the Performing Arts

Business 1

Winter Wonderland, with a changing variation of blue lights. When there is a performance at the Tobin let it snow, let it snow. We are first year participant in the Mayor's Light up Downtown San Antonio.

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Towne Place Suites by Marriott

Business 1

We have garland, ribbons, and lights covering our entrance as well as windows. We also have oversized ornaments placed along the windows. Our decorations are complete with a large Christmas tree centered in our lobby.

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Travis Park

Business 1

In support of Mayor Ivy Taylor's Light Up Downtown initiative

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University Health System - Robert B. Green Campus

Business 1

University Health System's Robert B. Green Campus lights up the downtown San Antonio sky when the sun goes down. Artist Bill Fitzgibbons created the computerized LED light sculpture that illuminates the six-story building in brilliant colors and shifts into holiday hues of reds and greens this time of year. For almost a century, the Robert B. Green has been providing vital health services to the community. With its expansion and renovation over the past two years, it now offers comprehensive outpatient services from hundreds of specialists for the whole family

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Uptown Flowers

Business 1

We have a vintage/traditional setting to make you feel like you are looking into a holiday home decorated for your family's enjoyment. Garland and lights cover our storefront windows to bring a warm feel to our store.

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Vidorra Condominiums

Business 1

We strive to create a welcoming display for all who visit our "Vertical Neighborhood" during the holiday season. We want to make people realize that living downtown can provide the feeling of living in a neighborhood and work to do so by cooperating on our building display. We ask that each resident line their balcony railing with white LED lights. We have tried to use the structure of our building to maximize the impact of our small holiday budget.

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Weston Properties, LC/Weston Centre

Business 1

Our display has 105 high output high visibility LED fixtures that are programmable. Our lights can be seen from all over town and for up to 20 plus miles away.

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Whataburger

Business 1

Whataburger's downtown restaurant, located at the corner of Commerce and Presa is celebrating the holiday season in true Whataburger fashion. The company's iconic orange and white colors shine bright with LED lights intertwined throughout 120 feet of garland, which runs atop the restaurant windows. In addtion, custom wreaths adorned with orange and white ornaments hang above the entrance doors welcomning customers 24-hours a day.

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