The South Side development near the Mission Reach will offer attached maker-spaces, or studios, designed for artists who want a live-work lifestyle.
Their plan calls for creating a new urban neighborhood that pays homage to the residential history of the land before the world’s fair.
In its annual survey of markets to watch in 2019, the Urban Land Institute ranked San Antonio 20th.
Aspiring real estate developers pitched redevelopment projects in San Antonio’s urban core Monday as part of the Urban Land Institute’s Developer Shark Tank.
Former mayor Henry Cisneros presented his ideas on equitable growth in cities as outlined in a new book he co-authored.
Houston Street has become a central line for the emerging Tech District and a construction zone as work, live, and play spaces move in.
The “surban” or “mixed-use” model represents all the benefits of dense urban development plus the perks of a suburban area.
San Antonio in recent years has begun to shed its reputation as a sleepy town by way of development projects in and around the urban core.
From deep in the heart of the Southside to the far Northeast side, the promise of a rising real estate market means a greater economic outlook for the city.
Open to anyone with a feasible plan and a place to build it, SA’s Developer Shark Tank program is being billed as an entertaining real-world experience.