A community meeting Tuesday about a proposed historic district in Tobin Hill turned into a debate about property rights and the role of City government.
San Antonio’s River Walk and downtown could soon be nominated as a historic district under the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
It has been about 10 months since Roberto Treviño took office as then-interim District 1 council member in San Antonio.
Among the long list of project owners and designers requesting approval from the Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC), at least two related to developments in the Dignowity Hill Historic District on the city’s near-Eastside demonstrate the nuanced and complex rulings of the Commission.
I never really thought Dignowity Hill was in danger of losing its unique sense of place.
Editor’s note: Due to a reporter’s error, an earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the Historic and Design Review Commission approved the design for a townhouse development on Lockwood Park in Dignowity Hill.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) approved the next step for the construction of 14 townhouses in two structures on Cedar Street in the King William Historic District.
A new push by a group of individuals in Mahncke Park to have the Midtown neighborhood designated a historic district by the City of San Antonio has resulted in a deeper divide among residents and property owners there.
Two major San Antonio River development projects came before the Historic Design and Review Commission (HDRC) on Wednesday afternoon: a downtown hotel and a Museum Reach apartment complex, signaling that the urban growth boom in San Antonio is still accelerating.
The preliminary design for a 21-story, 252-room hotel in downtown San Antonio will be revised over the next two weeks as the developer considers pointed feedback from the Historic Design and Review Commission (HDRC).