The renovation plans for the circa-1949 Alameda Theater, which has been closed since the 1980s, received final approval Wednesday. Construction work is scheduled to begin the first quarter of 2020, and end in May 2021.
North Carolina-based Winston Hotels is in the process of purchasing the Riverview Towers office building at 111 Soledad St., and plans to convert most of the floors into a pair of hotels.
On Monday, USAA reopened its six-level downtown parking garage, having added nearly 200 spaces to the structure for a total of 548 spots.
Weston Urban is obligated to build at least 265 housing units on nearby properties it purchased, or will purchase, from the city and Frost Bank. Its housing production in west downtown will “far exceed that.”
Passersby should see the 22-story Canopy by Hilton reach its maximum height by mid-October, developer Chris Hill said.
We’re throwing a launch party for our fall membership and pledge campaign this Saturday, from 4 to 8 p.m., at The Dakota East Side ice House, 433 S. Hackberry St.
Family Design Day, which is hosted by Latino in Architecture, will include a day of activities, live music and food Saturday at Plaza Guadalupe.
About a dozen media members toured the 24-story Frost Tower on Tuesday afternoon, one of the first peeks inside the recently-opened Pelli Clarke Pelli-designed office building.
Southline, a 223-unit apartment building that effectively extends the Pearl’s footprint south across Newell Avenue, is scheduled to open in November. Rents start at $1,580.
Developments such as The Baldwin that benefit from public subsidies deserve answers to some basic questions: Who’s involved? And how much will they profit?