The plan features three new restaurants and significant upgrades to the plaza’s current structures and surrounding areas.
If plans are approved, La Villita and Maverick Plaza could become home to three new restaurants run by respected San Antonio chefs by 2021.
The renovations would begin in September 2018 and require nearly 1,500 City employees from 22 departments to relocate for a 15-month period.
Rare is the modern-day development that has the power to transform a city.
The City, Bexar County, and TPR are still in the negotiation and planning phases of a $26.4 million deal that would completely renovate the theater space.
P3’s and the creation of the City’s Center City Housing Incentive Policy have made it easier for developers to implement projects downtown.
The Eastside Education and Training Center will be a one-stop shop for access to job training, certification pathways, and degree completion.
In a few years, the Eastside will be home to the Crockett Lofts at Sunset Station, a multi-family housing development in the St.
Hemisfair’s eight-acre Civic Park will be built by 2021, but the Hemisfair Area Redevelopment Corporation (HPARC) and Centro San Antonio will have to work with the City of San Antonio on some innovative funding approaches to close a $20 million gap, representatives of the three principal stakeholder entities said in separate interviews this week.
City Council members voted overwhelmingly in favor of supporting a developer’s application to the State for a 4% tax credit to acquire, rehabilitate, and refinance the Robert E. Lee Apartments at 111 W. Travis St.