Councilmen Roberto Treviño (D1) and Rey Saldaña (D4) initiated several City investigations and research on a range of topics.
Minecraft proved to be an important engagement mechanism to put the controls in the hands of women and some of the city’s poorest children.
Centro San Antonio is taking part in a first-of-its-kind study to find the value downtowns add to the cities as a whole.
Argyle Residential plans to build a 150-unit apartment complex and 5,100 sq. ft. of retail space on a triangular tract at Broadway and Austin Highway.
1800 Broadway has a serious mold infestation that will likely force many current tenants to temporarily move into different apartments or hotels.
The City’s Historic and Design Review Commission unanimously approved a revised design for an apartment complex next to Mission Concepción.
The proposed adaptive reuse project aims to transform century-old warehouses into an arts hub that provides a communal living setup.
Local development firm GrayStreet Partners has preliminary plans for a major mixed-use development on 23 acres of land in the Government Hill neighborhood.
The proposed design features various buildings throughout the complex that would be one to 11 feet taller than what the overlay allows.
Designers and architects charged with making City Hall’s main entrance accessible to people of all physical abilities were given three months to draft and submit their innovative proposals.