HDRC stopped short of issuing conceptual approval for the second time this fall for a planned community of townhomes in the River Road neighborhood.
When completed, the office will allow SAISD to consolidate 30 departments spread throughout six district facilities.
The octagonal Floodgate residential tower received conceptual approval from the commission June 6 with eight stipulations.
In an abnormally rowdy night at the Historic and Design Review Commission, parents, former students, and faculty of Beacon Hill Academy tearfully implored commissioners to ease the way toward demolition for an unused 1915 campus building on the school’s grounds.
The City of San Antonio’s Planning Commission and the Historic Design and Review Commission held a rare joint meeting to vote on the plan.
The HDRC’s District 2 member has been replaced ahead of the commission’s Oct. 10 vote on elements of the Alamo Plaza redevelopment plan.
Two City commissions will vote on several elements that would allow a major redevelopment of the Alamo plaza during a rare joint meeting on Oct. 10.
The presentation will include new design renderings for Texas Public Radio’s new headquarters at the historic Alameda Theater.
A Dallas-based development firm will continue to pursue a taller office building – but not at 11 stories.
Local news reports showed plans for a 14-story hotel stacked on top of the Joske’s building and within steps of Alamo Plaza.