The owner said White Elephant Coffee was his own concept in the beginning. But it was the baristas he hired who defined the Southtown coffee spot.
The San Antonio Housing Authority is partnering with a private developer to build a 215-unit apartment complex in the Lavaca neighborhood.
Though restaurant service at what was once The Monterey won’t begin until January or February, the one-acre space is now available for event rental.
Among the projects approved Wednesday was NRP Group’s five-story mixed-use structure at Broadway Street and East Jones Avenue.
Community members and parents peppered Superintendent Pedro Martinez with questions Wednesday at the third and final public meeting Fox Tech High School.
The historic Hermann Sons building downtown has potential for rebirth, but it needs substantial repairs to become the bustling spot it once was.
The City’s Zoning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a revised request to rezone a four-acre industrial tract in Southtown for apartments.
This year’s King William Parade will honor San Antonio’s Tricentennial by creating an experience that is both visually stunning and educational for its audience.
The City’s Zoning Commission voted 7-4 to deny a zoning change for a South Flores Street industrial site where the property owner wants to build a multi-story apartment complex.
One of the many experiences that make the King William Fair unique compared to other Fiesta events is its dedication to the arts.