The perfect blend of nature and convenience converge in this meticulously planned community, offering premier builders the ideal canvas for crafting exceptional homes within the highly sought-after Potranco area of West San Antonio.

Viera presents an exclusive opportunity for home builders to be part of a master-planned community that captures the essence of Hill Country living while offering the potential for upscale, luxury homes.


  • Master Planned Excellence: With 8 thoughtfully curated phases, Viera includes a variety of lot sizes, including 65′ and 80′ options, all slated for delivery by the end of Q1 2025.
  • Urban Convenience: With a highly sought-after Portranco address just 30 minutes from San Antonio’s River Walk, Viera offers a prime location with easy access to big-city dining, shopping, entertainment, and major employers.
  • Tranquil Retreat: Enveloped by the picturesque rolling hills of West San Antonio, Viera offers residents a serene escape from the urban hustle where they can enjoy time amongst the community’s meandering trails, connecting with nature and others.
  • Amenities With Purpose: Viera’s amenities are designed to foster community and connection, including scenic trails, a resort-style pool, a community clubhouse, and pickleball courts, all perfect for making memories with neighbors and friends.
  • Highly Rated Schools: Located within the renowned, A-rated Medina Valley ISD, families living at Viera will enjoy top-performing schools, including plans for future onsite elementary, middle, and high schools.


Viera is located in the Potranco area of West San Antonio in Medina County, providing residents with easy access to urban amenities while retaining the charm of countryside living. Its central position includes convenience for commuting, shopping, and exploring the best of both worlds.

  • Quality of Life: Residents of San Antonio who live within Medina County enjoy a calmer pace of life thanks to low crime rates, spacious environments, and community-focused living. It’s an ideal setting for families, retirees, and professionals seeking to lower stress and refocus on well-being.
  • Recreation and Lifestyle: From sprawling parks and scenic trails to nearby Hill Country escapes, outdoor enthusiasts can hike, bike, and explore nature year-round. Whether boating along the San Antonio River, golfing at championship courses, or picnicking in picturesque settings, the San Antonio region has something for everyone.
  • Culture and Heritage: San Antonio is rich in culture and history. The city’s heritage is woven into every facet of its modern identity, from iconic landmarks like the Alamo and the missions along the San Antonio River to the vibrant cultural festivals that grace its streets. 
  • Educational Opportunities: With access to quality education, from highly rated local schools to the proximity of the University of Texas at San Antonio, families and individuals prioritizing educational and growth opportunities will enjoy all that the area has to offer.


West San Antonio is rapidly evolving with new developments and investments, making it a bustling hub of activity. From expanding residential areas to the rise of retail centers and corporate campuses, the west side is attracting attention and growth. With Viera’s strategic location off Potranco Road, just 30 minutes from the city center, this community offers an exceptional opportunity for builders to meet the area’s growing demand for upscale living.

  • Growing Demand: Witnessing a 30.6% growth from 2010 to 2023, with projections to increase by an additional 9% by 2028, Lockhart is becoming a sought-after locale due to its affordability, quality of life, and strategic location.
  • Affluent Buyers: The median household income in Lockhart now stands at $79,993, with 29.7% of households earning above this threshold, indicating a solid base for luxury market potential.
  • Mature Market: 51.5% of households fall within the 45-74 age range, representing a demographic with the means and desire for premium housing.
    Regional Economic Drivers: Lockhart residents benefit from proximity to major employers nearby in Austin and San Antonio, such as Tesla, Samsung, and Dell. 
  • Housing Market Growth: There were 486 housing starts in 2023, and the average home price grew by year-end, starting at $291,792 in Q123 ($173.06 per square foot at an average of 1,764 sq.ft.) and ending at $297,448 ($174.62 per square foot at an average of 1,781 square feet.)

Potranco Concept Plan