San Antonio’s first water works structure is beginning to crumble, but a new agreement between the city and the San Antonio Conservation Society will preserve it.
Work began at Miraflores to unearth a few of its original walkways, not knowing exactly what might be found, and the findings have been intriguing.
New walkways will form a continuous artery from the entrance at the Brackenridge Park pedestrian bridge to the entrance at the Hildebrand gate.
The Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park owes its existence to the walls created from excavation and almost became the city’s first Tobin Center.
Volunteers throughout the weekend roamed the park grounds handing out trash and recycling bags to campers, an effort that kept the space surprisingly clean.
Hundreds of landscape architects, engineers, professors, students, and residents gathered for a full day of discussion centered around Brackenridge Park.
When the San Antonio Missions were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, Charles Birnbaum had mixed feelings while San Antonians were celebrating.
Some projects that align with the master plan are already included in the proposed 2017 Municipal Bond that will go to voters on May 6.
Leading with Landscape III will feature nationally prominent landscape architects and allied professionals who have worked on major projects through the U.S.
The gnarled, forged steel Sherron and Guy Bodine Gates were installed at the entrance of the Witte Museum last week.