Santa came early this year for pizza lovers with news that the owners of popular Northside restaurant Sangria on the Burg plan to open a new eatery in San Antonio’s downtown tech district this spring.
Though he retired as Frost Bank’s chief executive officer 20 years ago, Frost arrives at the office every morning to attend to civic responsibilities.
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.
On a day celebrating the new Frost Bank Tower, Graham Weston told of the importance such transformative downtown projects have on the city.
Commissioners suggested a few “nitpicky” changes that would create a more vibrant pedestrian experience on the street level.
The new tower is slated for completion by late 2018 or early 2019.
World-renowned architecture firm Pelli Clarke Pelli has been tasked with designing the 23-story Frost Bank Tower that will sit in downtown San Antonio.
Weston Urban and its development partner, KDC of Dallas have chosen Pelli Clarke Pelli of New Haven, Conn.
The western face of San Antonio’s historic downtown has won newfound recognition from the Texas Commission on the Arts, which last week approved the application for the Zona Cultural as the state’s newest metro cultural district.