This week, as 2019 appraisal notices are sent out to property owners across the county, the City Council will likely hire a company to study the practices of the Bexar County Appraisal District.
The voter registration deadline for next month’s city election is Thursday.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and many on the City Council would rather the seven-year legal dispute between the Hays Street Bridge Restoration Group and the city of San Antonio over the property at 803 N. Cherry St. be resolved outside a courtroom.
Last week, NRP Group received the go-ahead from the Historic and Design Review Commission on its planned 323-unit, mixed-income apartment complex on San Pedro Creek, which it’s calling Acero.
The design of an eight-story apartment project near La Villita, known as St. John’s Square, was approved without discussion by the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday.
In a survey of the City Council conducted late Wednesday by the Heron, members Roberto Treviño, Art Hall, Rey Saldaña, Greg Brockhouse, John Courage and Clayton Perry said they support the city dropping its appeal in the case involving a piece of land north of the Hays Street Bridge that’s slated to become a five-story apartment building.
Restauranteur Lisa Wong is rehabbing two historic brick structures on Main Plaza—one from the 1870s, the other from the 1920s—into a mini mixed-use development.
Before you Fiesta this year (which starts April 18, by the way), and then vote in the May 4 election, why not get caught up on our city’s most pressing issues?
The St. John’s Square apartment project’s unique design will be considered by the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday.
The attractions and some tourist-centric businesses near the Alamo were told they’d eventually have to move to make way for the $450 million plaza master plan. Some are frustrated because they still don’t know where they’re going.