Members of the public will get their say on the Alamo redevelopment before City Council’s first official look at the plans for the plaza.
Powell sits on virtually every major committee and board pertaining to the redevelopment of the Alamo and its plaza in downtown San Antonio.
If you don’t understand what is happening with the planned redevelopment of Alamo Plaza, or who exactly presides over San Antonio’s most important development project in decades, you are not alone.
The opportunity for reflection on history is at the core of the Alamo Master Plan, which is slowly working its way toward a first draft this summer.
A team of archaeologists and historians will set up shop at digging sites in Alamo Plaza on July 5.
Six design firms from three countries have been chosen as finalists by the Alamo Master Plan Management Committee to make presentations in San Antonio this month, a major milestone in an ambitious plan to better preserve the Alamo, redevelop the surrounding Plaza properties, and weave a more comprehensive story about the region’s indigenous culture, the city’s origins as a Spanish colonial outpost, and development of the Missions.