With their leases about to expire, Historic Market Square businesses owners are disappointed about new contracts offered by the City of San Antonio.
After the Avenida Guadalupe Association put up a chain-link fence around Plaza Guadalupe in 2016, the City has come up with a new proposed design.
In a year that saw e-scooters take over the city, seated e-scooters have arrived, and about 2,000 dockless bicycles are set to enter the fray.
Parking rates at nine City-owned parking lots and garages in and around downtown San Antonio may increase by $3 to $4 next year during large events.
The Center City Development and Operations Department (CCDO) is seeking bids for the management and operation of the new river barges and river barge concession along the San Antonio River Walk.
In a few years, the Eastside will be home to the Crockett Lofts at Sunset Station, a multi-family housing development in the St.
Instead of a ceremonial ribbon, Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) cut a strip of toilet paper to officially open the first 24-hour, standalone public restroom Thursday morning in downtown San Antonio.
The 18-foot-long stainless steel abode is located on South Alamo Street between Commerce and Market – one of downtown’s busiest intersections.
City Council unanimously approved a contract with a Portland-based fabrication company to purchase a stainless steel public restroom on Thursday in an effort to combat public urination and relieve pressure off of downtown businesses.
Mayor Ivy Taylor is early into a nearly weeklong trip where she seeks to enhance economic opportunities between San Antonio and Mexico and to promote the city’s economic strength among her counterparts from around the country.
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