A billion-dollar company has moved into San Antonio with its sights set on leasing apartments in the urban core and then listing them on sites like Airbnb.
The City will begin experimenting with “smart” streetlights in the first project that will occur in San Antonio’s three innovation zones.
The skybridge is made of heavy-bolted steel plates, 160 feet long, and 10 feet tall by 10 feet across. It stands 27 feet above Cesar Chavez Boulevard.
GrayStreet Partners, which purchased the property where the Kallison’s Western Wear cowboy stands, plans to restore the statue as part of its redevelopment.
Catto & Catto, which marked its 85th year in 2018, is the largest independent and privately owned insurance and risk management firm in Texas.
The first of USAA’s employees to occupy a building the financial services giant purchased in 2017 are moving into their cubicles and offices at 300 Convent St.
The octagonal Floodgate residential tower received conceptual approval from the commission June 6 with eight stipulations.
A suspicious package located near Alamo Plaza in downtown San Antonio was deemed non-explosive Thursday afternoon.
International Downtown Association panelists highlighted projects in three cities that transformed downtown transportation infrastructure.
Chalk It Up is a significant fundraiser for the nonprofit Artpace, which is known for its international residency program.