City Manager Sheryl Sculley on Tuesday approved the controversial mixed-use project after nearly a year of rejections, revisions, and divisiveness.
Organizers of two community art projects will seek public input during May and June workshops at several locations citywide.
Eastside community leaders had a vested interest in including the credit union in their larger vision of the area’s revitalization.
2018 marks both San Antonio’s Tricentennial and the 120th anniversary of St. Philip’s, an institution that started as a technical school for girls in 1898.
Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5) cast the lone vote against forwarding the four views on to a full Council, saying that the complex zoning process could impede growth and density.
Neighborhood politics often created an unnecessary distraction that kept us from creating a greater impact on our Eastside community.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred on Tuesday joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of SA to break ground on a $1.6 million, multisport complex.
Protesters gathered Monday for a “vigil” to mourn the City’s decision to allow a local developer to build apartments next to the Hays Street Bridge.
The City’s approval of the 147-unit apartment comes two weeks after the Historic and Design Review Commission rejected the project.
The new $65 million project – with an affordable housing element – on East Commerce Street received a critical nod of approval Wednesday.