Though still uncertain, the Lone Star Brewery District’s character came into clearer focus Tuesday with the announcement of two future tenants – an international movie theater chain and an expanding, Denver-based bar and restaurant that targets Millennials with vintage games and a “dirty modern” feel.
As the $596 million 2012 Municipal Bond comes to a close on time and on budget, citizens and City leaders in San Antonio have already begun scoping out projects for the record-breaking $850 million 2017 Municipal Bond.
Jim Johnson was the kind of guy who was equally welcome at the Sanchez Ice House, the Bexar County Commissioners Court, and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Posts 9186 and 8111. He served as Grand Marshal of the King William Parade in the late ‘90s and as a board member of the San Antonio River Authority (SARA).
The City Council’s Housing Committee unanimously voted Wednesday to endorse efforts to obtain housing tax credits for apartment communities planned for the East and Westside.
San Antonians itching to get outside and connect with their neighborhoods Sunday are encouraged to participate in Síclovía, the city’s largest health and wellness event.
A proposed subdivision of 52 single-family homes between St.
The Zoning Commission unanimously approved a request Tuesday that would allow a team of local developers to build a housing, retail, and office complex in Southtown.
“Apparently you haven’t heard, Doctor, but there’s a shortage of caviar in the ghetto.”
These are the words of Florida Evans, a character in the ‘70s sitcom Good Times, upon being confronted with an African American doctor whom she believed was too far removed from the very people she was supposed to care for, to actually care.