In a lecture scheduled for Tuesday night at Laurie Auditorium, Sir David Adjaye will talk about how Linda Pace’s vision and collection helped shape his design for Ruby City.
Dog shop SouthPaw Waggery is a unicorn among downtown’s retail landscape because it doesn’t strictly cater to tourists.
The city has been holding public meetings since October on the policy, but the resulting document hasn’t come without criticism.
For those of you keeping score at home, four housing developments have been deemed eligible by the city’s downtown development department for the revamped Center City Housing Incentive Policy.
Developer NRP Group and the San Antonio Housing Trust Public Facility Corp., a nonprofit run by five council members, are closer to an agreement that will result in 325 mixed-income apartments on the most southern stretch of the San Pedro Creek restoration project.
Savor, which a press release describes as seasonal modern American, will feature dishes based on the school’s curriculum.
The celestial spectacle known as the super blood wolf moon drew out astronomy buffs, photographers and bar patrons late Sunday night.
In a gesture of largesse from four non-West Side council members, a mixed-income development called Alazan Lofts has received an extra boost at the request of District 5 Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales.
On Wednesday, a proposed 24-story residential tower near the Bexar County Courthouse by JMJ Development of Dallas received conceptual approval on its design.
Alamo Community Group wants to build a 160-unit, four-story apartment building on 1.5-acres at 811 W. Houston St., a cluster of buildings and empty lots near UTSA’s planned expansion.