The San Antonio Conservation Society, with the help of a local architect and a neighborhood advocate, have created a paper-and-online petition to gather support for a plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza without “barriers” like closed streets, walls, railings, and gates as recently proposed by designers.
Missing in the Alamo Plaza Interpretive Plan is how the plan improves our city beyond the Alamo Plaza – our citizens’ experience.
TRTF on Wednesday released early-concept renderings of a forthcoming live, work, and play complex on San Antonio’s Eastside.
Members of the local energy-efficiency initiative collectively reduced their carbon impact by more than 10,200 metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2016.
The project will focus on sustainable design and be built using a mass timber structural system instead of concrete or steel.
Confluence Park aims to celebrate the region’s ecology, promote the preservation of waterways, and highlight sustainable building and land-use practices.
Plans are underway for the new commercial offices and technology innovation center inside the five-building Merchants Ice complex.
Quakers believe that all people have attributes of God within themselves with which they can connect, if they become attentive enough.
We urge City Council to approve the master plan conditional on the plaza remaining a connected civic space rather than a controlled-access outdoor museum.
To be a vital destination for everyone, it is equally important to have Alamo Plaza be a welcoming civic space as it has been for the past 200 years.