Hemisfair’s reactivation efforts moved one step closer to fruition Wednesday, when a newly improved street in the park was officially opened to the public.
Transportation is a hot topic in San Antonio.
CommonWealth Coffeehouse is about to expand its two-year-old concept to no less than seven more locations in San Antonio.
The mixer and game night will focus on the importance of creating regional dialogue among cities and municipalities about transportation.
City Council unanimously approved a public-private partnership Thursday that will allow for a $200 million development on five acres at Hemisfair.
The project ups Zachry’s overall budget from $165 million to $200 million, and could more than double the amount of office space in the entire project.
The bond would bring badly-needed infrastructure upgrades to neighborhoods and historic investment in transformative, citywide projects.
Local author and world explorer Catherine Nixon Cooke has written a book to awake the slumbering mural as an example of San Antonio’s cultural diversity and expression.
Most credited the bond tour and conversation with the Council members that appointed them for the change of heart in funding Hardberger and Hemisfair parks.
As district representatives presented their cases, those with large parks in their programs held their breath to hear if their colleagues wanted to cut their budget for their own projects.