A 1.7-acre piece of land north of the Hays Street Bridge, which, for seven years, has been the focus of a legal battle that made it all the way to the Texas Supreme Court last year, will become a public park.
The area median income, or AMI, for the San Antonio region is now $71,000 for a family of four, according to the latest figures released by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
On Thursday, the City Council is scheduled to vote on the recovery of 1.7 acres of land it once owned at 803 N. Cherry St., just north of the Hays Street Bridge, in a deal meant to rectify a seven-year controversy.
Developer Weston Urban has demolished a small storage building it owned on North Flores Street, on the same block as Carmens De La Calle, Gloria’s Lounge and the Robert E. Lee apartments.
For about a month, CommonWealth Coffee & Bakery has been operating its third downtown location inside the Burns building on Houston Street.
Today is the first day to vote in the June 8 runoff election involving the mayoral and three City Council seats. Early voting runs 8 a.m.-6 p.m. today through Saturday, and continues 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday, June 3 and, Tuesday, June 4. There is no early voting Sunday, June 2.
As the city of San Antonio gets closer to regaining ownership of a contentious piece of property at 803 N. Cherry St., north of the Hays Street Bridge, the group responsible for the take-back sees two major problems with the potential outcome.
Earlier this week, the San Antonio Heron received its 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS. This means anyone’s donation to the Heron—person, business or organization—is tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
Swine House Bodega, which serves breakfast and lunch sandwiches, is now open in the Rand building.
The UTSA downtown campus would connect to the near West Side via a pedestrian bridge and elevated park along the Buena Vista Street bridge, according to the latest expansion plan.