Esquire Tavern owner and hotel developer Chris Hill continues the family tradition of building San Antonio with the Canopy by Hilton, set to debut in 2020.
As part of a nationwide contraction of its scooter program, Lyft has announced it’s departing San Antonio next week and withdrawing its bid to keep operating locally.
Reaching San Antonio’s waste goal will require a shift in mindset among many residents, with some businesses leading the way.
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Even as City officials contend with an improvement plan for Broadway that would bring expanded sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and lighting to the area, there’s new development at nearly every corner, with more to come.
Long considered one of two of the city’s most popular e-scooter options, Bird appears set to miss the cut for a contract with San Antonio.
Investors released design plans for East End, the name being given to a mixed-use development that will soon take the place of RK Group’s offices and a parking lot near Sunset Station.
CBRE has acquired Reata Real Estate’s management and brokerage business, and the local firm’s development arm is rebranding.
GOOD Goods, which sells vintage and new home decor, re-opened at its new location at 1055 Austin Highway in late September.
House flippers in San Antonio have discovered a creative way to find new properties to buy: going after homeowners who have had water service shut off.
An estimated 300 people gathered Friday for a full day of panels featuring discussions of urban topics such as education, poverty, and climate change.