As San Antonio continues to grow, private and public sector partners should work closely together to find creative ways to provide more affordable housing, said more than one speaker Friday at the 2016 Mayor’s Housing Summit.
When I tell my friends and coworkers that I can’t go to dinner with them due to the monthly neighborhood association meeting, a puzzled look is often followed with the existential question: “Why?”
Sometimes I say it’s for business, other times I just say, “You wouldn’t understand.”
We’re a quirky bunch here in the small San Antonio historic district known as “River Road,” bounded by Hwy.
All San Antonio residents have the power to create healthier, more walkable neighborhoods.
GrayStreet Partners announced Wednesday that the company has purchased the former San Antonio Children’s Museum building at 305 E. Houston St. The developer owns at least seven other properties on East Houston Street — the entire north side of the 300 block — including the adjacent Court and Kress buildings.
Thinking of moving into San Antonio’s center city?
City Council approved zoning changes on Thursday that will allow local developer Efraim Varga and investment partners to construct a multi-block, mixed-use complex in the Eastside’s Denver Heights neighborhood near the Alamodome.
I always joke that my tiny apartment is barely more than a treehouse with air conditioning.
Councilmember Alan Warrick (D2) called a press conference at City Hall Wednesday to issue a formal apology for his plan to change the route of the City’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. March, the largest such march in the country.
According to a 2013 study, only 61% of American homeowners know their neighbors’ names.