The Roosevelt Library is the first design center in San Antonio to offer both retail and wholesale shopping along with design services and a venue for meetings, educational programs, and social events for the design community. This will be achieved by bringing together a diverse group of partners who support the concept that architecture, art and design are allied and interdependent disciplines.
The partners of the Roosevelt Library represent many of the world’s most sought-after manufacturers and artisans. Offerings include hardware, bath and kitchen fixtures, antique furniture and tapestries, fabric and wallpaper, bedding, crystal, custom cabinets, specialty lighting, carpet and rugs, tile, and artwork.
The Roosevelt Library, built in 1929 and named after President Theodore Roosevelt, is located south of downtown San Antonio across from Roosevelt Park at the beginning of the Mission Reach Ecosystem Restoration and Recreation Project of the San Antonio River.
The Roosevelt Library has the added benefit of being adjacent to the unique and thriving neighborhoods of King William, Lavaca, and Blue Star, collectively known as Southtown, with galleries, coffeehouses, hipster dive bars, artists’ compounds, crafts ateliers, restaurants, and bistros.