AUSTIN — Attorneys for the City and the Hays Street Bridge Restoration Group appeared before the Supreme Court of Texas on Thursday, offering arguments on whether the City could use government immunity as a defense in a 6-year-old breach-of-contract lawsuit.
The fest consists of a full day of inspiring photography keynotes and workshops geared toward professional photographers, enthusiasts, and the creative class.
Among the projects approved Wednesday was NRP Group’s five-story mixed-use structure at Broadway Street and East Jones Avenue.
The planned 300-square-foot house is set to occupy a vacant lot in Dignowity Hill.
City Manager Sheryl Sculley on Tuesday approved the controversial mixed-use project after nearly a year of rejections, revisions, and divisiveness.
Neighborhood politics often created an unnecessary distraction that kept us from creating a greater impact on our Eastside community.
The new $65 million project – with an affordable housing element – on East Commerce Street received a critical nod of approval Wednesday.
Developers presented a new design for a controversial mixed-use development right next to the historic Hays Street Bridge Monday night during a public meeting. Most attendees were not impressed.
“I cannot support the City’s proposed short-term rental ordinance and will do everything in my power as resident of this city to oppose it.”
The building on the southeast corner of Hackberry and Houston streets was once home to a plasma donation center in one of San Antonio’s poorest zip codes.