Rare is the modern-day development that has the power to transform a city.
At the end of September, the colorful cocina store at the Pearl, Melissa Guerra, will close its doors for good.
With three years to go, the “Decade of Downtown” is topping out along nearly every square mile of center city.
The proposed district would have encompassed less than 14 acres, mostly along a stretch of East Mistletoe Avenue between McCullough Avenue and Kings Court.
A move three years in the making, the former bar was lifted from its original spot for foundation repairs in December 2014.
HDRC approved CPS Energy’s new headquarters, the new Frost Bank Tower, and office buildings at the Pearl.
A healthy future for the Texas economy will require increased investment Pre-K education, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan said.
Across the city on the Friday afternoon before Labor Day, which for many signals the start of a three-day weekend, many people have started to check out early.
Lucky onlookers donned their hard hats as Brent “Doc” Watkins welcomed the first public viewing of 21st century San Antonio’s first true jazz club, sharing insights and shining construction site lights upon the heart of his creation.
Developers took several pages out of an urban core design playbook for their plan to develop 114 acres of suburban greenfield land located just inside of Loop 1604 near the sprawling University of Texas at San Antonio main campus.