A local architecture firm and a Philadelphia-based agency will lead major preservation efforts of the Alamo Church and Long Barrack in downtown San Antonio, according to an announcement by the Texas General Land Office on Tuesday.
The developing master plan for the Alamo Plaza redevelopment project has been a controversial point of discussion in the community over the past few weeks.
Our city relies on tourism, but that doesn’t mean we should forget that it is ours. We don’t need to put Alamo Plaza behind glass to make it more sacred.
After a month of digging and excavating the Alamo Plaza site, archaeologists at the site Friday announced that they have “substantially completed” their “discovery phase” work.
Archaeologists working in Alamo Plaza may have found part of the south wall of the original Alamo complex, they said at the daily 10:30 a.m. on Thursday.
What will happen to the cenotaph in Alamo Plaza?
In the second exciting announcement from the Alamo Plaza dig, archaeologists working on the project showed off a handful of the more than 300 artifacts they have unearthed so far.
In the first major find at the Alamo Plaza, a team of archaeologists has discovered adobe bricks belonging to a Spanish colonial wall.
About one month from today, project leaders behind the Alamo Master Plan will have a more informed and comprehensive idea about the future of the Alamo and its surroundings, Preservation Design Partnership (PDP) Design Director George Skarmeas said Thursday.
The Alamo Master Plan Committee announced Thursday that Preservation Design Partnership, a Philadelphia-based firm, will lead the Alamo Plaza master planning process.