Bakke Development Corp. is looking to redevelop the site of former headstone maker Meier Bros. Monuments on South St. Mary’s.
The iconic circa-1883 Dullnig building on Alamo Plaza has been sold to a company linked to a real estate brokerage from Austin.
The Pearl is poised to undergo its greatest expansion in years after the city’s Historic and Design Review Commission approved three projects at its Wednesday meeting.
A local developer has purchased three historic homes in King William from Mike Casey—known as the “Mayor of Southtown” for his patronage of the neighborhood’s art community—with plans to convert two of them into Airbnb rentals.
District 2 Councilman Jalen McKee-Rodriguez is opposing an up-to-$7 million incentive package for a development east of the Pearl by Encore Multifamily of Dallas because it’s composed of all market-rate apartments.
Last month, the San Antonio Housing Authority signed a memorandum of understanding with homeowners on Leigh Street who had opposed two apartment buildings planned on vacant land facing Interstate 37 due to concerns about traffic and drainage.
The developer has purchased a warehouse near North Colorado and Culebra and is talking with a brewer to occupy the space.
A group that includes local real estate agent Dix Densley has purchased a historic landmark on the near West Side with plans to renovate it in a way that “will pay homage to the building and its history.”
Construction work began last month on a makeover of Maverick Plaza at La Villita, three years after local chef Johnny Hernandez’s Grupo La Gloria signed a 49-year lease with the city to turn it into a culinary destination.
The city is at odds with the Hemisfair over its plan to renovate a vacant building near the Tower of the Americas into a headquarters for its Park Police department.