Residents and business owners are eager to see what the developers behind the Pearl will do with a five-acre tract near the Lavaca neighborhood.
When I arrived at Brackenridge High School to meet up with the rest of the Rivard Report staff for the start of the King William Parade, I didn’t know what to expect.
For $2.7 million, you can own the Kalteyer House, one of San Antonio’s most iconic homes in the King William District.
Between the rush of pedestrian and automobile traffic along South Alamo and Madison streets, nestled behind the built-up urbanism of a growing metropolis, is a small, unassuming home that could tell great stories of sweeping events and unfolding history of San Antonio.
Save for some recently completed road and sidewalk improvements, the corner of South Alamo and Wickes Street has been quiet for more than three years.
Donovan Rypkema, the intellectual force and principal behind Washington D.C.-based PlaceEconomics, a real estate and economic development consulting firm, couldn’t be coming to downtown San Antonio at a better time.
For this week’s Something Monday casual, social, informative bike ride, we’ll be meeting with Steven Schauer, communications manager at the San Antonio River Authority, at SARA’s river-front location in the historic King William neighborhood (100 E. Guenther Street).