On Tuesday, the Houston Street TIRZ board unanimously granted up to $2.5 million for the rehabs of the Travis Park Plaza office building and garage, across from Travis Park; and the Grant and Kress buildings on Houston Street.
Two months after the money was allocated, 118 people have been helped by San Antonio’s $1 million fund, which was set aside two months ago by City Council to assist residents on the verge of displacement—or, who are being displaced—because of rising rents or unexpected costs.
Local real estate group GrayStreet Partners has been busy filling up its Houston Street portfolio.
If you want to see “Hamilton,” whose three-week run at the Majestic Theatre begins Tuesday night, but can’t afford the $100-plus ticket, you may be lucky enough to score one for $10 via lottery.
It was 45 minutes until showtime at Cornyation and performers were getting ready, walking in and out of dressing rooms in full costume, full makeup, or no costumes, no clothing, no makeup, and so on.
By Oct. 1, the city could allow a maximum of three dockless vehicle companies to have 5,000 permits between them, Assistant City Manager Lori Houston said during a city-hosted telephone town hall last week.
On April 1, neon-orange construction paper signs posted on the bay windows of Reyes Bar, with black-felt market written on them, announced the bar was once again open.
At one point, two Chick-fil-A cows danced defiantly while wearing sandwich board signs that read “Koma Más Poyo.”
The latest restoration plans for the Alameda yielded praise, but also concern that it may not be available to smaller, nonprofit arts groups.
The multimillion dollar renovation of the Alameda Theater will include a 58 percent reduction in seating capacity, the addition of bars and lounges, a stage that protrudes 13 feet into the orchestra level audience, and an ADA accessible elevator.