A group of developers critical of the design elements proposed for the multi-million-dollar Alamo Plaza redevelopment scheduled a private meeting Wednesday in an effort to discuss alternative designs with the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee.
Installation of a rainbow-colored crosswalk at an intersection in San Antonio’s LGBTQIA district began Wednesday morning.
City Council unanimously voted to wait until August to consider amending the City’s land use categories as part of the implementation of SA Tomorrow.
On Tuesday, the Symphony Transformation Task Force delivered its recommendations to City and County Leadership.
The San Antonio Conservation Society, with the help of a local architect and a neighborhood advocate, have created a paper-and-online petition to gather support for a plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza without “barriers” like closed streets, walls, railings, and gates as recently proposed by designers.
Designers and officials will host the first public input meeting about the latest plans to the redevelop Alamo Plaza on Monday night, but attendees should not expect their voices to be literally heard.
Following these meetings and additional ones in July, the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee may adjust its plan based on feedback.
During the mostly private itinerary for the King and Queen of Spain’s visit, public opportunities to catch a glimpse are scant.
Marise McDermott resigned as tri-chair of the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee Friday to turn her attention to the Witte Museum’s strategic plan and major endowment campaign.
Developers plan to make the tiny house’s lot on lower Broadway the site of a multistory building, according to design renderings.