The City’s Historic Design and Review Commission tabled a vote on a design for the first phase of Alamo Plaza’s redevelopment.
As part of the redevelopment of the historic battle site and surrounding Alamo Plaza, crews will deconstruct the Cenotaph and reassemble it less than 500 feet to the south.
In court filings, officials from the Alamo and General Land Office accuse Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation of seeking “preferential treatment for themselves.”
Board members of the Alamo Trust approved an organization restructuring as work on the Alamo master plan starts to accelerate.
Two Native American groups wonder what will become of their request, filed last year, to have a larger part of the grounds designated a historic cemetery.
The Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee will meet Thursday, June 7, from 6-8 p.m. to receive a presentation of the draft site plan.
If you don’t understand what is happening with the planned redevelopment of Alamo Plaza, or who exactly presides over San Antonio’s most important development project in decades, you are not alone.
Lawmakers who agreed earlier this year to dedicate tens of millions of dollars to update the Alamo are now asking for greater transparency about how the money is being spent.