I am all for preserving San Antonio’s history, but not when it puts the brakes on San Antonio’s future.
City staff received the go-ahead Wednesday from a City Council committee to continue work on viewshed protections for areas surrounding cultural landmarks.
The City’s approval of the 147-unit apartment comes two weeks after the Historic and Design Review Commission rejected the project.
What do Southtown eatery Bliss, The Station Cafe in King William, and sloan/hall in Alamo Heights have in common? All three are housed in historic gas stations.
The City of San Antonio’s Office of Historic Preservation organized the meeting as a part of its effort to determine which, if any, landmarks should be considered by City Council for viewshed protection.
The Office of Historic Preservation will collect, print, and present submitted images at a public input meeting on Jan. 29.
The Legacy Business concept is intended to promote longtime businesses and help preserve the culture and authenticity of the area surrounding the Missions.
“Remembering Old Highway 90” event brought together the Westside community to share memories of life on this stretch of road.
The Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday approved supporting the Texas Historical Commission’s nomination of the St. John’s Seminary property to the National Register of Historic Places.
Eastside leaders question if the townhomes’ design and density fit into growth plans for the nearby Dignowity Hill and St. Paul Square historic districts.