Alamo officials have hired Silvetti Associates and Dallas-based HKS Architects to design the Alamo Museum and visitor center.
The City of San Antonio is working on a land swap that could lead to contested land next to the historic Hays Street Bridge becoming a public park.
Making bike lanes a part of Broadway’s redevelopment is still under review, but a public meeting won’t occur until the summer, City officials said.
With construction on Civic Park starting later this year, Hemisfair is asking the public to help plan the downtown district’s next stage: Tower Park.
Zac Harris, a project developer for a commercial rooftop solar company, is the newest member of the Historic and Design Review Commission.
City Council approved a measure Thursday that aims to unify the “lighting character” of the urban core with a master lighting plan.
The CEO of three popular attractions across from the Alamo says officials’ sense of urgency regarding his and other businesses seems to be lacking.
Score the Project SA aims to bridge the communication divide between developers and the community by scoring projects’ alignment with community goals.
For one thing, the new Fiesta parade route will run along Third Street, turning at Bonham – at the museum – to circle back behind the Alamo.
Michael Guarino, chair of the Historic and Design Review Commission, stepped down after more than nine years on the commission.