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Downtown development incentives in San Antonio have generated more than $375 million in property taxes since 2012.
Known as the Real Estate or Hedrick building, the vacant 10-story structure at the corner of North St. Mary’s and Martin streets is getting a new life.
The Downtown Street Performer Policy allows musicians and artists to share their craft on the streets of downtown San Antonio.
Local lighting experts, engineers, designers, and architects came together at Culture Commons on Friday to talk about possible new approaches to lighting downtown San Antonio.
When I was appointed to City Council in December 2014, one of the first things I did to get to know my new Council colleagues and to wish them a Merry Christmas was to give them a copy of the book Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach.
Paula Owen, president of the Southwest School of Art, believes the college’s historic campus, originally home to the Ursuline Academy and Convent, could now serve as the catalyst for revival of the northern edge of downtown San Antonio.
There seems to be a new ray of hope for the revitalization of Houston Street.
If 2013 was the year when San Antonio was declared a “City on the Rise” and everywhere the pace of development and construction accelerated in the urban core, then 2014 is likely to be the year when the city sees many of the current projects completed and new challenges and opportunities arise to keep San Antonio on its current city-building course.
One morning two years ago in Santa Fe, New Mexico, my mother and I were enjoying a breakfast at our hotel.