The mixer and game night will focus on the importance of creating regional dialogue among cities and municipalities about transportation.
City Council is expected to vote Sept.
UPDATE: This event is now open to the public, free of charge, thanks to partner support.
All San Antonio residents have the power to create healthier, more walkable neighborhoods.
The idea of what makes a street “great” may divide individuals, but the shared goal to make Broadway a great street excited nearly 500 San Antonian residents, students, architects and professionals during the BYOBroadway design competition award ceremony on Wednesday evening.
Many in the city used Good Friday to gain an early start on the Easter weekend, but a working group of the city’s cultural and civic leaders settled in for a full day of work inside the lower Broadway offices of Centro San Antonio.
More than 70 individuals and teams have registered to enter the Build Your Own Broadway citywide ideas competition with only two days left before the submission deadline.
A design competition can be an incredibly seductive proposition for an aspiring architect.
The Spire at Sunset Station, the historic church-turned-event-space in San Antonio’s near Eastside, was the perfect setting to hear personal stories told by more than 100 Eastsiders on Monday night.
The Alamo Brewery’s big new tent purchased for Octoberfest provided both a literal and metaphorical shelter for Dignowity Hill neighbors, community leaders, members of the design community, and elected officials, including Mayor Ivy Taylor, to gather Wednesday night to talk about balanced neighborhood redevelopment.