More than 300 volunteers participated in Rehabarama, the City’s one-day home repair event.
City Council on Thursday unanimously approved designating the houses at 800 W. Russell Pl. and 2511 N. Flores St. as historic.
If renovation is just talk, the decaying building should be razed so Beacon Hill Dual Language Academy students can have a playground again.
The Arts, Culture and Heritage Committee recommended for approval a draft design manual that will guide development in the Mission Historic District.
The San Antonio Conservation Society will still own the Edward Steves Homestead complex, and maintain the grounds around the house museum.
The church at Mission Concepción closed while an architect and contractor inspected the damage, and removed any other loose plaster from the dome.
Villa Finale has been a vital part of the King William neighborhood since local preservationist Walter Nold Mathis purchased the property in 1967.
The misconception goes like this, and has for more than a century: If we focus too much on saving the past we won’t have a future or any new development.
The Historic and Design Review Commission unanimously recommended a proposal that could increase viewshed protections.
What do Southtown eatery Bliss, The Station Cafe in King William, and sloan/hall in Alamo Heights have in common? All three are housed in historic gas stations.