Board members of the Alamo Trust approved an organization restructuring as work on the Alamo master plan starts to accelerate.
The debate over what is best for the future of San Antonio’s most hallowed ground has been contentious and bitter, but also worthwhile and productive.
A team of design experts expects to have a redevelopment package for Alamo Plaza ready to show City officials as early as next month.
Urban sprawl, affordable housing, and sidewalks were among the top issues that City Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) emphasized Tuesday.
The Alamo Master Plan Committee should bring a simplified proposal to City Council for approval on May 11.
The Alamo Master Plan will finally create a respectful environment for an American icon while creating civic spaces worthy of a great city.
What the new “Reimagine the Alamo” master plan fails to recognize is the 150 years of history after the Alamo and what this history has meant to our city over time.
If City Council approves the Alamo Plaza redesign, it would disregard the Secretary of the Interior’s guidelines concerning reconstruction of the south wall.
Preliminary renderings of the Alamo Plaza redesign sparked heated comments, strong criticism, and both far-fetched and well-thought out suggestions.
City Council reviewed the renderings and an economic impact report of Alamo Plaza’s redevelopment Wednesday.