A locally based tech company is hoping its robot product can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, following news of a confirmed case of the disease in San Antonio on Thursday.
The City will draw on a new partnership, known as the R&D League, with USAA, the SwRI, and UTSA to develop an in-house research and development program.
Victory Capital relocated its corporate headquarters to San Antonio from Cleveland, Ohio, after acquiring USAA’s asset management business.
Bexar County Commissioners approved moving forward on a deal that would transfer the land occupied by a former federal detention facility to UTSA.
The planned hotel would feature 217 guest rooms, dining and nightlife venues, a rooftop pool, fitness facilities, and meeting space overlooking the San Antonio River.
An affordable housing developer has plans to build a 131-unit low-income apartment building near the historic Hays Street Bridge.
Diane Sánchez resigned as president and CEO of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce less than a year after replacing longtime CEO Ramiro Cavazos.
Henry Muñoz has been spending an increasing amount of time outside of San Antonio, involved in health care and politics at the national level.
To ensure home remodeling work complies with building codes, San Antonio is cracking down on contractors and others who skirt City permitting rules.
The Dallas-based hospital system declined to renew its sponsorship for 2020 but had failed to complete all of its $100,000 quarterly payments.
The Real Estate Council awarded William Kaufman with this year’s Philip Barshop Founder’s Award, named for the man who shaped commercial real estate in San Antonio.
The Zoning Commission voted 8-1 against a zoning change in Government Hill that would allow a gas station to be built there.
Amid ridership decline and a new fee structure, California-based Bird and Razor are now the only electric scooter-share companies remaining in San Antonio. Here’s what that means for the city’s scooter program.