1010 South Flores Ste 106,
San Antonio TX 78204
p. 210.826.4615
f. 210.826.7650

Guillermo C. Nicolas is President of 3N Group, L.L.C., DBA, 3N Management Development, a privately held management and development company specializing in urban re-development. The Nicolas Family has been in the Real Estate business for over 45 years owning and managing multi-family projects, office business parks, office buildings and retail centers.

3N has developed multi-family projects on the Austin highway corridor and in the SoFlo district. 3N has focused on good design and a carefully curated living experience melding work, home and play.

Guillermo has lived and worked in San Antonio for over 25 years. He is a graduate of Alamo Heights High School and The University of Texas at Austin, where he has pledged to start the Hispanic Media Center for the betterment of Latino media students.

Guillermo has also focused many of his efforts on improving the art and literacy in our city. He is an avid contemporary art collector. He has served as VP of Las Casas Foundation, Chairman of the Southwest School of Art, Chairman of the San Antonio Public Library Foundation, Chairman of Development at Artpace, Board member of the Texas Cultural Trust and immediate past Chairman of the Texas Medal of the Arts Awards, 2017.

Guillermo is currently Chairman of the San Antonio Art Commission.

He has been honored by the Ford Foundation for his efforts in education. Guillermo was named Literacy Volunteer of the year by the Texas Commission on Literacy and The Blue Star Contemporary Art Center as Contemporary Art Patron of the Year.

Guillermo’s Grandfather, Raoul Cortez was the pioneer of Spanish language radio and television in the U.S. (1946 & 1955 respectively) His Father, Emilio, Sr., is credited with having built the fourth television network in the USA. Nicolas Sr along with his business partners, built what is now Univision, the largest Spanish language television network and the first satellite interconnected network in the country opening doors for millions of Hispanics in the United States. 

Mr Cortez & Mr Nicolas are currently part of a 20 year long exhibit called "American Enterprise, 1700-2015" at the Smithsonian, National History Museum, Washington, D.C.

For information please contact Damaris Saucedo at 3N 210.826.4615.