The Historic and Design Review Commission approved separate projects affecting the San Pedro Creek and the former Malt House restaurant on Wednesday.
The City’s Historic and Design Review Commission sent a Terramark Urban Homes project in Tobin Hill back to the drawing board Wednesday, as concerns and questions about design compatibility with the neighborhood still linger.
Plans for the building include 100 hotel rooms, a street-level restaurant, and a river-level double-height bar and lounge.
More than 60 people gathered Tuesday to outline possible designs and amenities for the new store site at Zarzamora and Buena Vista streets.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) gave conceptual approval Wednesday to plans to turn the five-story Burns Building, located at 401 E. Houston St., into a “contemporary boutique hotel.”
There has been no shortage of debates and discussions concerning annexation and infill development in San Antonio.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) approved final plans for the construction of the new 24-story, 197-room Canopy by Hilton hotel on the corner of North St.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) unanimously approved plans Wednesday afternoon for several additions and modifications to the historic Grant and Kress buildings in downtown San Antonio.
Three major downtown developments in San Antonio were considered viable and received praise from the Historic and Design and Review Commission on Wednesday: a 19-story mixed-use apartment building that connects Commerce Street to the River Walk, a midscale hotel a few blocks away from the Alamo, and a combination boutique hotel-luxury condominium project on a sliver of land on the River Walk near the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.
It’s been about 11 months since two young developers first came to the Dignowity Hill Neighborhood Association with a proposal for four, two-story homes in a vacant lot in San Antonio’s Eastside historic district.