The downtown data center is a rarity with many of the area’s facilities located on the far western edges of San Antonio.
The proposed “parklet” is a 10-foot strip of public space that would run nearly the length of the historic Burns Building, which is being redeveloped.
The new, two-story Midtown Station development is situated a few blocks west of the booming Broadway corridor and north of Interstate 35.
Members of the local energy-efficiency initiative collectively reduced their carbon impact by more than 10,200 metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2016.
The Urban Land Institute’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate Markets to Watch report shows San Antonio in 32nd place on the list of 78 cities rated for their overall real estate prospects.
Two small, 1940s era warehouses on the corner of South Alamo and South Flores streets will soon be transformed into “creative” office space and a restaurant/bar, but there won’t be any music on the patio.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) unanimously approved plans Wednesday afternoon for several additions and modifications to the historic Grant and Kress buildings in downtown San Antonio.
Rooftop-to-basement renovation work on the historic Maverick Building in downtown San Antonio paused for a couple hours on Wednesday afternoon, as Centro San Antonio hosted a tour of the office-space-turned-apartment-building slated to open its doors to new residents this fall.
San Antonio City Council unanimously approved a 45-year lease agreement between Hemisfair Park Area Redevelopment Corporation and local developer AREA Real Estate on Thursday morning for a proposed 163-unit mixed-use apartment complex that will overlook Hemisfair’s multi-million dollar park transformation project.
Imagine two years from now leasing an apartment in the heart of Hemisfair overlooking Yanaguana Gardens with a choice of new restaurants, cafes and other destinations in the park a minute’s walk away.