City officials broke ground Friday on a $2.6 million improvement project for Martin Luther King Park that will add lighting, connect the Eastside park with an adjacent sports complex and add monuments to emphasize the park’s historical significance.
The mixer and game night will focus on the importance of creating regional dialogue among cities and municipalities about transportation.
As the world becomes more urbanized, social inequalities, and environmental hazards threaten to undermine the traits that make metropolitan areas appealing.
While Houston’s natural vulnerabilities and climate change have contributed to worsening flooding, the larger driver is development and the loss of wetlands.
More than 1 million people are expected to move to San Antonio and the region by the year 2040.
Recent Alamo Master Plan updates cite air conditioning and added moisture as contributors to the structure’s deterioration. This is nothing new.
The Council committee agreed Wednesday that something needs to change to ensure more commissioner diversity in terms of residence and perspective, but they disagreed on how to achieve that goal.
The new design was already approved by the Alamo Colleges board of trustees on Nov. 12 and more than 60% of the parcel of land will remain undeveloped.
World-renowned architecture firm Pelli Clarke Pelli has been tasked with designing the 23-story Frost Bank Tower that will sit in downtown San Antonio.
The 35-acre parcel of land, the old Lone Star Brewery, will be used for a variety of commercial, residential, and entertainment uses.