Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church is a storied jewel just blocks from San Fernando Cathedral, though far less well-known.
San Antonio’s first water works structure is beginning to crumble, but a new agreement between the city and the San Antonio Conservation Society will preserve it.
The Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday approved supporting the Texas Historical Commission’s nomination of the St. John’s Seminary property to the National Register of Historic Places.
The plan features three new restaurants and significant upgrades to the plaza’s current structures and surrounding areas.
HDRC commissioners last week suggested that the proposed luxury apartment tower near Southtown be designed taller and more slender.
A small surface parking lot on the edge of Southtown could soon be the location of a 12-story luxury apartment tower.
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.
The developments feature traditional gable roofs, painted wood porches, garages, and shared materiality with existing structures in the neighborhood.
The San Antonio Conservation Society is currently accepting nominations for residential and non-residential restoration and rehabilitation projects.
The owner of the Robert E. Lee apartments is asking the City for permission to remove part of the historic neon signs that top the building.