The firm received a critical go-ahead from the City’s Board of Adjustment on Monday to build a 20-story mixed use tower on lower Broadway Street.
The Historic and Design Review Commission unanimously recommended a proposal that could increase viewshed protections.
GrayStreet Partners on Wednesday withdrew its request for conceptual approval of a 20-story hotel and office tower from HDRC.
Porter Street Greens will feature five contemporary-style, detached homes that open on to a shared courtyard, or green space.
There are no cash prizes or awards, but the developers can take this experience with them when they seek investment in the future.
San Antonio’s “icehouse” at the South by Southwest (SXSW) continued to pull in a small but engaging crowd shortly before the trade show’s third day ended on Tuesday.
Immigration reform is a polarizing topic in U.S. politics, but there were no disagreements on the matter within the startup community at the San Antonio Startup Week immigration panel on Friday.
Two soon-to-be homeowners stood beside Councilman Alan Warrick (D2) and neighborhood leaders Wednesday morning to break ground at the project site of a small home in Dignowity Hill.
With a $50,000 prize from a Small Business Administration competition, Café Commerce has announced a new pilot program, Break Fast and Launch, that will focus on accelerating new restaurants, bakeries, food technology, caterers, brewers, food truckers, and all things culinary in San Antonio.
Rome may not have been built in a day, but local entrepreneurs, coders, and citizens are hoping to create an app this Saturday at Café Commerce’s first monthly unHackathon.