In a case loaded with legal twists and nuance, the Texas Supreme Court ruled today in favor of the Hays Street Bridge Restoration Group on its seven-year legal fight over how a property next to the bridge at Cherry and Lamar streets should be used.
It appears the Savoy building on East Houston Street is getting a barbershop to go along with Royal Blue Grocery.
Royal Blue Grocery of Austin is about a month away from opening its first San Antonio store at 122 E. Houston St.
If you’d asked me five years ago what my definition of displacement or gentrification was, my answer would be much different than it is today.
To the city of San Antonio’s credit, the downtown housing database now qualifies as being useful.
Skate park, dog park and a return of the HemisFair ’68 monorail were some of the ideas tossed around Monday night during a workshop for Hemisfair’s Tower Park.
In an effort to offer relief to taxpayers, council members John Courage, Clayton Perry and Greg Brockhouse said Thursday morning they expect San Antonio will offer its citizens a general homestead tax exemption the next fiscal year, FY 2019-2022, which begins Oct. 1.
The fate of the much-debated fence around Plaza Guadalupe will be officially known to the public on March 7.
We’re hosting our first merch pop-up and mixer 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday (March 7) at Freetail Brewing Co., 2000 S. Presa St.
San Antonio-based BioBridge Global will serve as the anchor tenant at the VelocityTX redevelopment of the old Merchants Ice complex at East Houston and Cherry streets, it was announced last week.