The DoSeum CEO Vanessa Lacoss Hurd, who presided over the years-long project to fund and build a national-caliber children’s museum in San Antonio, has announced plans to step down after eight years in her position and 14 months of record-setting attendance at the new Broadway campus.
One day after officials announced the City will go forward in partnership with Weston Urban and Frost Bank on the biggest downtown real estate development deal in decades, a second major transaction involving multiple historic buildings on East Houston Street and Travis Park has been confirmed.
If 2013 was the year when San Antonio was declared a “City on the Rise” and everywhere the pace of development and construction accelerated in the urban core, then 2014 is likely to be the year when the city sees many of the current projects completed and new challenges and opportunities arise to keep San Antonio on its current city-building course.
The newest “reach” in San Antonio’s collection, the “Broadway Reach,” doesn’t follow the path of the San Antonio River like its Museum and Mission Reach counterparts.
Blink and you’re trailing in the race to keep up with the changes along the cultural corridors and tributaries around the Pearl, Broadway, South Alamo, and the Museum Reach of the River Walk.