Some who come to the Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner prefer to eat alone. Others bring the whole family to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center every year.
City officials, including District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño, say it’s too early to plan future Alamo Plaza traditions and programming, and that includes the Christmas tree lighting celebration.
Do you make enough money to live at The ’68 at Hemisfair? Actually, there’s a good chance you do.
The circa-1906 Book building on Houston Street and the River Walk, and a cluster of neighboring historic structures, are being eyed for a $36 million redevelopment.
The City Council on Thursday unanimously approved an incentives package worth $3.3 million for the five-story Museum Reach Lofts, a 94-unit development on the southeast corner of North St. Mary’s Street and West Jones Avenue, where rents will start at $290 for low-income individuals.
After a 2½-hour debate on Wednesday, the City Council was no closer to reinstating the housing incentives policy that has resulted in the downtown area’s apartment boom the past six years.
The $7.5 million rehabilitation of the Witte building on East Commerce Street—aka, the Chinese restaurant—is well underway.
On Wednesday morning in sunny 40-degree weather, four Christmas trees arrived at Travis Park.
Thousands explored Hemisfair Saturday night for the latest edition of Luminaria.
A few thousand spectators lined Houston Street on Saturday for the 18th Annual Veterans Day Parade.