The County has committed $132.8 million and the City will contribute $19.5 million toward the design and construction of the first two phases of the project.
The City purchased the 84-acre property at 856 Gambler Rd. for nearly $2.3 million in 2012 and is providing incentives to the developers.
The project will focus on sustainable design and be built using a mass timber structural system instead of concrete or steel.
Local firms ford, powell & carson, WestEast Design Group, and landscape architects Rialto Studio spearheaded the design of the new headquarters campus.
The trailer park was purchased by San Antonio-based White-Conlee Development with plans to develop the Mission Escondida Luxury Apartments.
Dozens of property owners from unincorporated areas outside of San Antonio squeezed into a Capitol hearing room to testify in support of annexation reform.
One measure of a well-designed bond is that it leaves everyone a bit unhappy with the outcome. No one gets everything they want.
The latest renderings and site plans submitted to the City by Silver Ventures reveal 10-story and six-story buildings that partially wrap around a 950-space parking garage.
The former AT&T headquarters at 530 McCullough Ave. will be home to CPS Energy’s new headquarters, slated for completion in the fall of 2019.
The citizen bond committee divvied up $450 million directed at streets, bridges, and sidewalks and voted in favor of funding “transformational” projects.