NRP Group, often credited with sparking housing development at the former Brooks Air Force Base, plans to bring an even higher-end apartment complex to Brooks City Base.
Mario Hernandez leaves his successor in a much better position than the one Hernandez encountered when he arrive in San Antonio from a state job in Austin in 1984.
City Council spent most of Thursday morning discussing a controversial study detailing long-range water needs and options for the cities of San Antonio and Fair Oaks Ranch.
Port San Antonio Board of Directors voted 10-0 on Wednesday to give President/CEO Roland Mower the green light to proceed with a 20-year lease agreement with India-based advanced manufacturer Indo-MIM.
Port San Antonio remains one of the largest industrial sites in South Texas.
Weeks after Niagara Bottling’s interest in building a water bottling plant at Brooks City Base was swatted down by San Antonio City Council and environmentalists, the City of Seguin has announced the California-based company will soon break ground on an $85 million, 557,000 sq.
Ten days ago, a rezoning application by California-based Niagara Bottling to build a water bottling plant at Brooks City Base was fast-tracked for City Council approval by the Zoning Commission, but the deal is now dead.
What if there were a mixed-use development like the Pearl near Loop 410?
Environmental groups called foul this week when the City of San Antonio Zoning Commission approved a plan to rezone a section of Brooks City Base to make way for a possible water bottling plant on Tuesday.
PART II: ONE CENTURY DOWN, ANOTHER TO GO (Read Part I Here)
So how do we tap into the momentum that already exists at Port San Antonio to create more local jobs in the multi-trillion dollar global aerospace market?