USAA Real Estate Company’s recent announcement that it had purchased one of San Antonio’s premier office towers in the central business district comes at a time when the San Antonio skyline is set to change significantly for the first time in more than two decades.
With three years to go, the “Decade of Downtown” is topping out along nearly every square mile of center city.
A crane rose high above the site for the new 23-story Frost Bank Tower on Saturday, signaling progress as the project heads toward completion in early 2019.
Several days ago, a commentary appeared in the Rivard Report that posed and attempted to answer the question, “What defines the San Antonio brand?” It is a great question.
The 18-foot-long stainless steel Portland Loo was installed amid controversy surrounding the $170,000 price tag, which some taxpayers viewed as excessive.
Centro San Antonio hosted a program at the Briscoe Western Art Museum on how “the power of downtown and its regional centers” can make a city stronger.
Downtowns and regional centers across America offer valuable lessons and perspectives on investment and revitalization in the core.
Specialty insurance underwriter Argo Group U.S. relocated to San Antonio from California in 2001 and has been an integral tenant of downtown since 2012.
The fourth San Antonio Park(ing) Day, an event where artists, designers, and residents turn parking spaces into temporary public parks in cities worldwide, will take place on Friday, Sept.
San Antonio’s River Walk and downtown could soon be nominated as a historic district under the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).