Legislation passed this month could resurrect the historic G.J. Sutton building complex on Center Street and the near East Side with it.
The City of San Antonio is working on a land swap that could lead to contested land next to the historic Hays Street Bridge becoming a public park.
The third-place candidate has filed paperwork and submitted a deposit with the City Clerk’s office for a recount in the District 2 City Council race.
A compromise between the developer and critics of the project reduced the number of single-family homes from four to three.
Since Ivy Taylor left the seat in 2014 to serve as interim mayor, District 2 has had four representatives on City Council, both interim and single term.
Zac Harris, a project developer for a commercial rooftop solar company, is the newest member of the Historic and Design Review Commission.
The historic Hammond Building that sits at the gateway to St. Paul’s Square and the East Side will again welcome people to the neighborhood.
In a speech to San Antonians for Growth on the Eastside, Mayor Ron Nirenberg touted news that VelocityTX and H-E-B projects will bring the area needed jobs.
The Eastside road closure will last from Friday at 7 p.m. to Sunday at 9 p.m. on the weekends of Feb. 15 and Feb. 22.
Serving Southern classics, the highly anticipated Eastside Kitchenette is the creation of Chef Jeff White and his wife, Jenn White.