A City commission on Wednesday rubber-stamped a hotelier’s plan to redevelop a historic property on Soledad Street downtown.
The HDRC is a required approval step for those seeking to build or alter structures in historic districts and downtown. Here’s what else you need to know.
The Historic and Design Review Commission is set to give preliminary approval to merging Dignowity and Lockwood Parks in East San Antonio on Wednesday.
The Museum Reach Lofts will provide a total of 95 housing units, a majority considered affordable, in an area where rents are among the priciest in the city.
A proposed dog park on Lower Broadway features a ball-throwing area, drinking water for dogs, and a dog shower to hose off hot pooches in the summer.
The Historic and Design Review Commission gave conceptual approval to the Villita Tower, a 24-story residential development along the River Walk.
Wednesday’s meeting was the third time in the last two months that the Trail Street Townhome project had gone before the commission.
HDRC stopped short of issuing conceptual approval for the second time this fall for a planned community of townhomes in the River Road neighborhood.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) has advanced a project that will turn a cluster of historic buildings at East Houston and Soledad streets into space for hotel rooms and retail.
The octagonal Floodgate residential tower received conceptual approval from the commission June 6 with eight stipulations.