During its long history, Samuel Dean Sheet Metal Inc. has worked on commercial projects across San Antonio, including the Tower Life building.
The restaurant’s owner and the neighborhood association have agreed to sign a declaration of restrictive covenants and conditions for two Beacon Hill properties.
One of the greatest reasons why San Antonio struggles with the issue of affordable housing is that the city lacks a comprehensive housing policy.
“To see these people come – lawyers, politicians – they all rescued me,” Calzada said. “I’m overwhelmed and out of words.”
Nine bands played on nine different house porches Saturday in the first Alta Vista and Beacon Hill PorchFest.
At Impact Guild, a dozen small businesses and startups have already drifted into the safe harbor and joined as members.
A community meeting Tuesday about a proposed historic district in Tobin Hill turned into a debate about property rights and the role of City government.
French & Michigan owners announced Wednesday that they will move their art gallery from its namesake intersection in Beacon Hill to a warehouse in Southtown, consolidating their businesses under one roof to save money.
Editor’s Note: This homage to former state Sen. and Mayoral Candidate Leticia Van de Putte was read by State Poet Laureate Carmen Tafolla, San Antonio’s first poet laureate, at a recent Save Miguel’s Home event at Miguel and Guadalupe Calzada’s home in Beacon Hill, in appreciation for Van De Putte’s support for the project while still in office, and later, on the campaign trail.
In less than a year, the home of Miguel and Guadalupe Calzada in Beacon Hill has gone from the threat of receiving City-mandated demolition to City-designated historic landmark status.