The new courthouse will sit next to the developing San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, across from Casa Navarro, and on top of the historic Camino Real.
The Bexar County Commissioners reviewed the latest design revisions to the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project during a regular session at the Courthouse on Tuesday.
The revised designs of the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project won unanimous approval and praise Friday from members of the SPC Subcommittee, made up of property owners, downtown stakeholders and other citizens with a vested interest in the major project slated for completion of its first phase by May 2018, the city’s 300th anniversary.
The Tree of Life Plaza is being redesigned.
Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo delivered an unusually blunt and strange lecture to Weston Urban CEO Randy Smith in open court this week: Don’t criticize the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project design via the Rivard Report or other local media.
Three landscape architecture firms from outside San Antonio will be hired this month by the San Antonio River Authority to review the much-debated design of the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project (SPCIP) by Muñoz & Co.
Robert Hammond, the co-founder of Friends of the High Line, the catalyst for development of New York City’s celebrated High Line Park, was invited back to San Antonio, his hometown, earlier this year to speak about the celebrated linear park built on an abandoned elevated railway once slated for demolition in lower Manhattan.
I go to a lot of meetings, public and private, for my job.
The Bexar County Commissioner’s Court approved preliminary designs Tuesday for the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, a long-forgotten ditch that runs through the heart of the downtown San Antonio.