City staff on Wednesday recommended revisions to policies that incentivize residential development in the urban core with a goal of encouraging more affordable housing.
HDRC on Wednesday kicked plans for new townhomes in River Road back to a subcommittee and gave final approval for brownstones in Dignowity Hill.
City Council on Thursday unanimously approved designating the houses at 800 W. Russell Pl. and 2511 N. Flores St. as historic.
Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston and Joint Base-Lackland both are staging areas for soldiers who are part of a deployment to the border.
International Downtown Association panelists highlighted projects in three cities that transformed downtown transportation infrastructure.
One event at the International Downtown Association conference gave a glimpse into two Southside neighborhoods fighting against the odds to achieve revival.
The auction drew more than 150 people and featured such items as three former skyline gondolas and memorabilia from HemisFair '68.
A business process service company announced Monday it will open its U.S. headquarters at Brooks, with plans to offer more than 1,400 jobs locally.
Local leaders of different faiths are working together to tackle challenges related to homelessness, affordable housing, and gentrification across San Antonio.
The Arts, Culture and Heritage Committee recommended for approval a draft design manual that will guide development in the Mission Historic District.