The staff of the nonprofit news website has outgrown its Rand Building offices in San Antonio’s Houston Street tech corridor.
Downtown San Antonio’s co-working space Geekdom is expanding to add classrooms and a podcast studio.
Santa came early this year for pizza lovers with news that the owners of popular Northside restaurant Sangria on the Burg plan to open a new eatery in San Antonio’s downtown tech district this spring.
The last remaining evidence of some of these buildings can be glimpsed now, if only for a time now, as San Antonio readies for its Tricentennial.
Google Fiber is available to customers near Westover Hills and around West End Park in the San Antonio’s far-Westside as of Tuesday.
New sites for old favorites are opening this month in one of SA’s most historic buildings, a place where technologies and startups are launched and grown.
*This story was originally published in July 2016.
Pinch, a popular seafood and crawfish pop-up is opening its first brick-and-mortar operation this spring at the Rand building.
San Antonio’s emerging tech scene and its proximity to Mexico has made it a viable and attractive location for many Mexican entrepreneurs to expand or establish their businesses.
Will Garrett, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce’s cybersecurity guru who leads the industry-focused Cybersecurity San Antonio initiative, gave City Council committee members a small taste Tuesday of the “big news” that will be announced Thursday morning at Geekdom.