The Historic and Design Review Commission gave conceptual approval to the Villita Tower, a 24-story residential development along the River Walk.
An Irving developer, whose proposed 350-unit apartment complex had caused outrage among neighbors in the Cresta Bella community, has withdrawn its rezoning request.
Wednesday's meeting was the third time in the last two months that the Trail Street Townhome project had gone before the commission.
HDRC stopped short of issuing conceptual approval for the second time this fall for a planned community of townhomes in the River Road neighborhood.
Architects on Tuesday unveiled two conceptual plans for Plaza Guadalupe, both designed to improve amenitied, programming, safety, and security.
On a downtown corner where Arrow Upholstery operated at North St. Mary's and Brooklyn for 50 years, a development named Brooklyn Square has emerged.
Most Council members agreed that – while not "perfect" – the changes struck a balance between incentivizing economic growth and supporting the city's affordable housing goals.
Raba Kistner, a San Antonio-based engineering consulting firm worth $100 million, has been acquired by an Australian engineering firm.
The downtown data center is a rarity with many of the area's facilities located on the far western edges of San Antonio.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) has advanced a project that will turn a cluster of historic buildings at East Houston and Soledad streets into space for hotel rooms and retail.