Writer Cary Clack has joined the San Antonio Heron’s board of directors.
In downtown San Antonio, Halloween season officially begins with the First Friday Pub Run.
Look at a project like 120 Ninth Street, which has received $3.9 million in incentives, and where rents start at $1,300, and you start to wonder.
The Texas General Land Office and city of San Antonio have agreed on a ground lease that would hand over control of the entire Alamo Plaza to the state for 50 years.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Texas General Land Commissioner George P. Bush have signed off on the Alamo master plan that has drawn much controversy since the latest iteration was unveiled to the public in early June.
The downtown developer bought the property from the Stumberg family, who have owned the property for decades.
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.