The new apartment community is set to forge a path for other residential, retail and recreational spaces that are expected to arise at Hemisfair.
A Texas court granted the City’s motion to dismiss its own appeal in litigation over the controversial property neighboring the Hays Street Bridge.
Officials say Acero will be attractive to a variety of prospective tenants wanting to live in an upscale yet affordable community in the city’s urban core.
SMS-SAR Hospitality proposes leasing part of 202 N. St. Mary’s St. and razing the St. Mary’s Catholic Church rectory and garage to build a 147-room hotel.
County Judge Nelson Wolff and urbanist Gil Penalosa discussed how adding parks, sidewalks and bike lanes can better residents’ health and quality of life.
TxDOT plans to close the entire intersection at Bandera Road and Loop 1604 beginning at 9 p.m. Friday. It’s set to reopen early Monday morning.
Board members of the Alamo Trust approved an organization restructuring as work on the Alamo master plan starts to accelerate.
City Council members got budget previews from the San Antonio police and fire departments as the budgeting process for 2020 gets underway.
A new pedestrian bridge between Loop 410 and West Military Drive aims to increase safety.
A City commission on Wednesday rubber-stamped a hotelier’s plan to redevelop a historic property on Soledad Street downtown.