City Council approved a $59.5 million contract for renovations to the existing Frost Tower that City staff will move into in 2021.
We must work to keep San Antonio moving in a direction that attracts more of its youth to return to work, start new businesses, and grow their families.
Three major downtown developments in San Antonio were considered viable and received praise from the Historic and Design and Review Commission on Wednesday: a 19-story mixed-use apartment building that connects Commerce Street to the River Walk, a midscale hotel a few blocks away from the Alamo, and a combination boutique hotel-luxury condominium project on a sliver of land on the River Walk near the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.
Driving through Alamo Heights the other day (as I do whenever I need groceries and basic goods), my husband and I saw a new yard sign on a couple of front lawns.
If San Antonio were a stock market, 2013 would go down as a bull market with many winners and relatively few losers.
We were living in one of my favorite cities, Washington, D.C., when my wife, Lindsey, suggested we should move to her parents’ farm in North Dakota.
When arriving at a typical student residence, one can expect to find trashcans filled with fast food paraphernalia, a hodge-podge of hand-me-downs and Christmas lights that serve as “décor”, and perhaps an unidentified houseguest asleep on the couch (clearly exhausted from studying, what else?).
Words by Henry Cisneros:
Great cities need a mix of housing types.
For those who want to own a little piece of the Lower Broadway boom, Casa Blanca Lofts offers two key amenities: location and aesthetics.
Donovan Rypkema, the intellectual force and principal behind Washington D.C.-based PlaceEconomics, a real estate and economic development consulting firm, couldn’t be coming to downtown San Antonio at a better time.