Parking is a money pit for cities that devote so much land to it when it could be put to better use.
City Council unanimously approved new zoning rules Thursday that are designed to bring clarity to proposed developments.
The City of San Antonio's Planning Commission on Wednesday approved several changes to infill development, mixed use, and residential zoning regulations.
Commissioners said the proposed 20-loft development was too dense and tall for the neighborhood.
The City's Zoning Commission voted 7-4 to deny a zoning change for a South Flores Street industrial site where the property owner wants to build a multi-story apartment complex.
Over the last few years, the sense of purpose and nobility in historic preservation has become increasingly tarnished by battles over infill.
The City’s Historic and Design Review Commission sent a Terramark Urban Homes project in Tobin Hill back to the drawing board Wednesday, as concerns and questions about design compatibility with the neighborhood still linger.
Editor's Note: The following remarks were given at the recent West Chamber of Commerce breakfast by Councilwoman Shirley Gonzlaes (D5), during which Gonzales delivered her State of the District address.