Well, the people behind the blog for Austin-based LawnStarter — an online booking company where people can schedule lawn service — were wondering the same thing.
Given the enormity of the project, which hasn’t been named, LawnStarter decided to crunch the numbers and determine how many structures — from the Alamo to H-E-B stores — could fit into the skyscraper.
Last year, San Antonio City Council approved a public-private partnership involving millions of dollars and land swaps between Frost Bank, Weston Urban LLC and the Alamo City that will bring a new Class A office tower to the city's skyline — the first since 1989. You can read more about that deal here.
From 111 Alamos to 121 typical Whataburgers, here's what they found: