Infinity at the Rim is a 310-unit apartment residence that delivers Hill Country views, luxe amenities, and a high-tech lifestyle.
The San Antonio River Authority will soon release a success report detailing the overall impact of the unprecedented $384.1 million investment in the San Antonio River Improvements Project (SARIP).
On the heels of San Antonio Federal Credit Union’s announcement that it will move into the building on the corner of South Alamo and South St.
Bexar County Commissioners Tuesday approved a canvassing authority report for a special election hosted by the County on May 7 to fill the vacancy for Texas House District 120. The election to fill retired state Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon’s unexpired term featured four candidates, with the bulk of the votes split between Laura Thompson and Lou Miller.
Proposed rule changes from the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles aim to conserve state funds, but several of those changes will damage the power of local offices, County officials said Tuesday.
County officials Tuesday approved negotiations for a tax abatement agreement with Audubon Metals – an industrial company based in Henderson, Kentucky looking to develop their second facility in San Antonio – which would bring a $47 million investment to the area.
Food producers and food lovers will gather to eat, drink and celebrate all things local during a special seven-course dinner from the Chef Cooperative on Friday, May 27, 4-7 p.m.
The Chef Cooperative, a nonprofit formed by local chefs that hosts quarterly dinner series to celebrate local food and its producers while giving back to the community, will prepare a family-style dinner at My Father’s Farm, an organic produce farm located in Seguin, Texas.
Fresh, exciting yet familiar flavors were everywhere for the Thursday evening’s preview of Botika – the new Peruvian restaurant slated to open at the Pearl Brewery in early June.
Texas Public Radio is on track to move its headquarters to the historic Alameda Theatre in downtown San Antonio, a source confirmed with The Rivard Report Thursday afternoon.
Despite a number of redesign delays, the San Pedro Creek Project is on track to break ground on Phase I sometime this summer, San Antonio River Authority (SARA) officials said Thursday.