The PoP Foundation’s Sixth Annual PROMenade will honor architects Lewis Fisher and Stephen Yndo, as well as Hangar 9 as best preservation project.
The San Antonio Conservation Society is currently accepting nominations for residential and non-residential restoration and rehabilitation projects.
The Living Heritage Symposium invited preservationists to discuss cultural elements at stake in preservation of the built environment.
The Historic and Design Review Commission approved the final design of an eight-story hotel on the River Walk.
With a 6-1 vote on Tuesday, the City’s Zoning Commission rejected a request that would designate a sliver of Tobin Hill as a historic district.
Rehabarama is a new effort led by the City’s Office of Historic Preservation in observance Preservation Month in May.
The eighth annual Historic Homeowner Fair, hosted by the Office of Historic Preservation (OHP), will take place Saturday, Aug.
A representative for the owner of two large, historic building complexes on the city’s Eastside – the Friedrich Refrigeration Building and Merchant’s Ice & Cold Storage Building – appeared before the Historic and Design Review Commission to request the official historic designations from the City be removed from large portions of both properties.
Elected and appointed officials and civic and religious leaders gathered together on Saturday at Mission San José to celebrate the official inscription of the UNESCO World Heritage designation of the Spanish colonial Missions and the Alamo, the culmination of an effort that goes back nearly a decade.
A who’s who in San Antonio’s successful campaign for World Heritage designation for the Alamo and four Missions gathered at a Centro San Antonio luncheon Wednesday for a program exploring the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead, two months after winning the rare and coveted UNESCO recognition at the annual World Heritage Committee meeting in Bonn, Germany.