HDRC approved CPS Energy’s new headquarters, the new Frost Bank Tower, and office buildings at the Pearl.
City Council members united in praise over the impact the 2017 Bond will have on the city, but some expressed concerned about how the money will be spent.
The bond would bring badly-needed infrastructure upgrades to neighborhoods and historic investment in transformative, citywide projects.
The City of San Antonio and the SA River Authority have teamed up to maximize parking and storm water management just south of the Pearl Brewery complex.
A proposed land bridge aimed at connecting Hardberger Park was a major topic of discussion during the 2017 Streets Bond Committee meeting on Tuesday.
Improving Broadway, Hemisfair streets and roads in the western side of downtown all received support from several residents at the first meeting of a committee charged with studying street, bridge and sidewalk projects ahead of the City’s 2017 bond election.
More than 500 community members gathered on Tuesday as prominent local businessman Lowry Mays and his wife, Peggy, celebrated the new Mays Family Center at The Witte Museum with local leaders during an energetic ribbon cutting ceremony.
The owner of a small hair salon has a big problem: the historic Mahncke Park home that it’s located in is still officially considered a house.
The Witte Museum is finalizing construction on The Mays Family Center, the city’s newest event and education venue outside the downtown area, which will serve as a bold connection between the San Antonio River and the growing Broadway corridor.
The $15 million center, part of the Witte’s $100 million renovation and development project, will open on April 12 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Crossing Broadway Street on foot is often a dangerous proposition and a particular stretch of the six-lane thoroughfare north of downtown has seen increased pedestrian traffic brought by the popular DoSeum, San Antonio’s new children’s museum.