The downtown developer bought the property from the Stumberg family, who have owned the property for decades.
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In an attempt to begin to reactivate Guadalupe Plaza on the near West Side, which has had a fence surrounding it since 2016, the city and a nonprofit contracted to oversee the public space have opened it up once more from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
GrayStreet Partners has purchased 1.4 acres of property just south of City Hall, including the old Kallison’s Western Wear.
The utility is preparing to sell six prominent downtown properties, including its 10-story, River Walk headquarters and the circa-1959 Villita Assembly Building.
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Dallas developer Stillwater Capital plans to build 260 apartments at McCullough Avenue and Augusta Street.
This year, the 35th annual music festival gets a bit of a makeover in honor of San Antonio’s 300th anniversary.
A tiny park is slated for Jefferson Street next to the Burns building.
A $55.9 million mixed-used development on Broadway and Jones Avenue is likely to hold a city-backed incentives package worth $2.1 million.
The Austin-based store will offer a little bit of everything, “coffee and breakfast tacos, grab-and-go salads and sandwiches, grocery, beer/wine, snacks, beverages.”
When they opened in 1941, the Alazán-Apache Courts were a relief from the slum conditions that defined the West Side. A new exhibit called “Los Courts,” which opens Saturday, explores that legacy.
GrayStreet Partners, one of the largest holders of downtown real estate, has begun putting a 15,000-square-foot food hall into the ground and mezzanine levels of the former children’s museum on East Houston Street.
The University of Texas at San Antonio will immediately begin an expansion east of Interstate 35, out of the near West Side and into downtown proper, with the construction of two new schools, the relocation of a third, and the creation of new housing. The $229 million expansion, the first of two phases in the […]
GrayStreet Partners is due to receive a $2.5 million incentive for the restoration of the circa-1931 San Antonio Light building.
For the controversial Alamo interpretive plan, what had been a speedy approval process in the past two weeks has now come to a halt, according to two high-ranking officials.
In recent months, Bees and Sisy’s and Tommy’s Restaurant, both on North Flores Street, have closed their doors.
As more and more e-scooters hit the streets of San Antonio, the City Council agreed to take its time evaluating their impact with a six-month pilot program.
The microbrewery is the creation of Dustin and Hannah Baker, who moved to San Antonio two years ago for Dustin’s job as a math teacher in the Edgewood Independent School District.
If you think you don’t care about San Antonio’s Center City Housing Incentives Policy, also known as CCHIP, you’re probably fooling yourself.
Two weeks ago, the developer purchased an old two-story commercial building on the northwest corner of Commerce and North Flores streets.