Villa Finale celebrates 10 years as a museum and 100 years since the birth of its founder, Walter Mathis.
Local restaurateur Lisa Wong purchased the property from Esquire Tavern owner Chris Hill for more than $3 million.
The San Antonio Conservation Society will still own the Edward Steves Homestead complex, and maintain the grounds around the house museum.
Villa Finale has been a vital part of the King William neighborhood since local preservationist Walter Nold Mathis purchased the property in 1967.
A small surface parking lot on the edge of Southtown could soon be the location of a 12-story luxury apartment tower.
Update: On April 28, City Council approved the zoning change that will allow Andrea and Raymond Garcia to open and operate their restaurant on 1036 S. Alamo St., despite the restaurant’s limited parking spots.
The former Big Tex Grain Company, a long abandoned industrial site best known for its weathered silos that stood sentinel above the San Antonio River, will soon take on new life as The Flats at Big Tex, a 336-unit, apartment complex that winds along the riverbank below the Blue Star Arts Complex.
After more than an hour of heated discussion and awkward procedurals, former state Rep. and ex-mayoral candidate Mike Villarreal will finally be able to install 13 additional solar panels on his home in the King William Historic District.
Local developer Stephen Yndo won final approval for 14, three-floor townhomes in Southtown’s King William Historic District from the City of San Antonio’s Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday.
We’re sitting in the cool of a classic sleeping porch on a balmy April afternoon in the King William Historic District.