Developers hoping to build a multi-story, mixed-use tower on lower Broadway hit a bump in the road Wednesday when HDRC did not recommend rezoning the lot.
HDRC on Wednesday gave final approval for plans to landscape the downtown park located next to the ascending Frost Bank Tower.
The 64-unit building would be situated between the Witte building and Esquire Tavern on Commerce Street.
The Historic and Design Review Commission unanimously recommended a proposal that could increase viewshed protections.
HDRC on Wednesday gave final approval to the land bridge set to connect the east and west sides of Hardberger Park by December 2019.
Downtown developer GrayStreet Partners is proposing a hotel and office tower more than double the maximum zoning height allowance.
The Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday approved supporting the Texas Historical Commission’s nomination of the St. John’s Seminary property to the National Register of Historic Places.
Eastside leaders question if the townhomes’ design and density fit into growth plans for the nearby Dignowity Hill and St. Paul Square historic districts.
As H-E-B expands its downtown workforce, the skybridge aims to get current and future employees across the busy street safely.
Apartment units will range in size from 650 to 1,050 sq. ft. Fourteen of the units would be sold at market rate while the rest would be rent-controlled.