70-acre ‘innovation district’ on the East Side moves closer to reality

A dated metal chime mounted high on a wall in the smooth lobby at the cutting edge bioscience hatchery VelocityTX is there for commending achievements and achievements.

Randy Harig grabbed hold of the chime pull in April and gave it a decent ring when the Texas Exploration and Innovation Establishment shut on its acquisition of the memorable G.J. Sutton property.

As Chief of the establishment, which claims and works the philanthropic’s developing auxiliaries in a previous cold stockpiling plant on San Antonio’s East Side, Harig considered the securing to be a significant triumph in extending its impression to bring about some benefit for the local area.