A panel event focused on the future of downtown San Antonio was one event in a weeklong series spotlighting the local startup scene.
After announcing its arrival in the fall – perhaps prematurely – global coworking giant WeWork has finalized a lease at two East Houston Street buildings.
GrayStreet Partners, which purchased the property where the Kallison’s Western Wear cowboy stands, plans to restore the statue as part of its redevelopment.
W Hotels, Marriott’s luxury lifestyle brand, is making plans to open up in GrayStreet’s proposed mixed-use tower on lower Broadway Street.
Two parking garage projects in the heart of downtown are expected to be completed by next fall and add hundreds of parking spaces.
The expansion will allow Project MEND to accept more donations of medical equipment that it will refurbish and distribute.
GrayStreet Partners, the developer behind several major downtown projects, has purchased a corner property near City Hall.
Among the projects approved Wednesday was NRP Group’s five-story mixed-use structure at Broadway Street and East Jones Avenue.
Eight new projects totaling more than 2 million square feet of rentable office space are either under construction or significantly through the development pipeline.
Better development guidelines and community engagement are keys to sustainable neighborhood growth, panelists said during the Future SA Forum.