By July 1, over 2,100 employees will have relocated from the bank’s former headquarters to the first 12 floors of the tower.
Chalk It Up is a significant fundraiser for the nonprofit Artpace, which is known for its international residency program.
San Antonio is getting its first Royal Blue Grocery at the corner of Houston and Soledad streets on the ground level of the historic Savoy Building.
Houston Street has become a central line for the emerging Tech District and a construction zone as work, live, and play spaces move in.
Nearly six weeks after an elaborate embezzlement scheme by a Centro San Antonio employee was exposed, no charges have been filed or arrests made in the case, according to law enforcement officials.
The Burns Building is undergoing a transformation that preserves its unique history while becoming a collaborative office space.
Thousands of people sauntered through downtown Saturday to enjoy libations and food during the San Antonio Cocktail Conference’s Stroll on Houston Street.
The streets and sidewalks for several blocks of East Houston Street turned into canvases on Saturday as hundreds of children, adults, musicians, and artists, took to the streets to draw colorful chalk designs, stencil works, and portraits for Artpace’s 13th annual Chalk It Up event.
Many think the River Walk and downtown is just for tourists, but sometimes locals forget the ample variety of food and drink options available to them along the river and the surrounding area.
The cold and windy weather didn’t keep Cocktail Conference attendees from “The Stroll on Houston Street” Saturday night.