Bill Miller Bar-B-Q owners plan to buy 57 acres for new headquarters

The San Antonio-based chain is preparing a new home base

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q could soon acquire 57 acres to build a new headquarters on the West Side, pending City Council approval.
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q could soon acquire 57 acres to build a new headquarters on the West Side, pending City Council approval. (San Antonio Business Journal)

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Bill Miller Bar-B-Q could soon acquire 57 acres to build a new headquarters on the West Side, pending City Council approval.

An affiliate of the Miller family has offered to buy city-owned property at the northwest corner of Highway 151 and Enrique Barrera, Old Highway 90, for $3.1 million, according to city documents. The City Council will vote Thursday on whether to approve the transaction.

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q intends to move its headquarters and operations to the property, according to city documents. Jim Guy Egbert, president and CEO, declined to comment until after the City Council hearing.

Read more on the barbecue chain’s plans at the San Antonio Business Journal.

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