My home may not be in a “preferred” neighborhood, but I would rather have a humble house than a $300,000 home I intend to sell before I ever pay for it.
My hope for Denver Heights’ future is genuine, as is my concern for the longtime residents and the best neighbors I have ever had.
After 15 years abroad, I find that I’m more myself than ever – a native son of San Antonio with a deeper appreciation for his roots.
One of the most promising neighborhoods on the Southside (and maybe all of San Antonio) is the Brooks development, formerly known as Brooks City Base.
Local restaurant owner Micahel Sohocki shares his experience living in a 14×24-ft. cabin in the Five Points neighborhood.
Old homes tell stories, we just have to be ready to listen.
What was once a mattress factory has been transformed into an urban farm, a solar energy business, and an artist compound for some of San Antonio’s up-and-coming innovators.
After eight years of living in a fast-paced city like San Francisco, I wanted to live in the middle of everything happening in San Antonio when I moved here in summer 2015.
When my wife Sydney and I moved to San Antonio from Austin we had no idea what to expect.
I read with interest and a bit of envy the multitude of personal reflections on some of the wonderful San Antonio neighborhoods featured in the Rivard Report series “Where I Live.”