GrayStreet Partners on Wednesday withdrew its request for conceptual approval of a 20-story hotel and office tower from HDRC.
The Historic Design and Review Commission rejected plans for a five-story apartment complex next to the Hays Street Bridge on the near Eastside.
Because H. Douglas Steadman’s funeral service is Wednesday, the City postponed its Historic Design and Review Commission meeting to Friday.
San Antonio commercial real estate developer R. L. Worth & Associates cited 2017 as the most successful year in the firm’s history.
The property will host an estimated 500 market-rate apartments and about 28,000 square feet of retail space collectively called Echo East.
HDRC on Wednesday unanimously approved the conceptual design of the Durango Apartments, now a 13-story building.
Developers presented a new design for a controversial mixed-use development right next to the historic Hays Street Bridge Monday night during a public meeting. Most attendees were not impressed.
Several residents are expected at the City Council chambers Thursday morning to protest an affordable, up to 58-unit housing project slated for development in Highland Park.
The controversial project near the historic Hays Street Bridge has highlighted deep divisions in community attitudes towards development, preservation, and design in the Eastside and beyond.
The building on the southeast corner of Hackberry and Houston streets was once home to a plasma donation center in one of San Antonio’s poorest zip codes.