Leaders of the San Antonio Conservation Society said they were surprised to see demolition start at the East Side building complex.
By July 1, over 2,100 employees will have relocated from the bank’s former headquarters to the first 12 floors of the tower.
The South Side development near the Mission Reach will offer attached maker-spaces, or studios, designed for artists who want a live-work lifestyle.
The new clinic will provide health care services in primary care, mental health, specialty care, and consolidated medical-surgical specialties.
The 50 acres near UTSA is being developed into Parkline, a mixed-use community with multi-family housing, retail, restaurants, a hotel, and office space.
Essex Fest is a way for San Antonians to enjoy music, art, BMX, and more on the site of a planned mixed-use development called Essex Modern City.
Converse’s new city hall and fire station reflect the growth happening in the city, which acquired land through a 2017 annexation deal with San Antonio.
The Arts, Culture and Heritage Committee recommended for approval a draft design manual that will guide development in the Mission Historic District.
As longtime residents remember Shavano Park’s days as an undeveloped enclave, development and San Antonio sprawl envelop this city within a city.
A handful ofSan Antonians got a crash course Monday night in land use, zoning, and how equity and revitalization factor into a community’s growth.