The San Antonio Heron has received a pair of $10,000 grants, which come as the citywide housing discussion is getting ready to heat up.
A historic preservation project consisting of multiple restaurants and a small hotel is taking shape in a two-story historic building on Soledad Street, next to the old Mexican Manhattan restaurant.
The project by Sabot Development will consist of 299 market-rate units, 12,000 square feet of retail and 429 parking spaces.
Earlier this month, we at the Heron completed our first fundraising campaign, which began in late May, completely planned and executed on our own.
Weston Urban plans to build a 15-story apartment building between the former Continental Hotel and Arana building in west downtown.
Los Angeles-based BH Properties plans to refurbish CPS Energy’s former River Walk office building, while adding a street-level restaurant.
Late Wednesday, the San Antonio Housing Authority board of commissioners voted Ed Hinojosa Jr., a 17-year veteran of the agency, as president and CEO following a national search.
The Midtown TIRZ board tabled $4.8 million in incentives for Broadway’s next apartment building because it needed more details on an even larger project it’s being asked to help fund: the burying of overhead power lines on Broadway from Interstate 35 to East Mulberry Avenue.
Last month, plans for the restoration of the Leeds building, 345 W. Commerce St., were approved by the Historic and Design Review Commission.
Fiesta may have started last week, but on Monday, thousands of San Antonians flocked to the River Walk for the Texas Cavaliers River Parade—the first major public gathering since the Covid-19 pandemic canceled the annual event last year.