A stretch of East Commerce Street is set to come back to life next month with the opening of a 22-story hotel and four restaurants and bars overlooking the River Walk.
After buying the Leeds building on West Commerce last month with a partner, Cory Stehr plans to spend $500,000 sprucing up its façade and renovating its interior.
Esquire Tavern owner Chris Hill has announced more details on the tiki bar and Asian restaurant he’s been planning for the 1890s building rehab.
Weston Urban plans to build 274 apartments behind the old Continental Hotel on West Commerce Street.
The 17-story, octagonal luxury apartment tower Floodgate is being planned for 143 E. Commerce St., next to Esquire Tavern.
In west downtown, especially on West Commerce Street, multiple parties are converging to create what should become San Antonio’s next culinary destination.
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.
The city of San Antonio has started the process of selling the former Continental Hotel in west downtown to a developer for the purpose of rehabbing the historic structure into a mixed-income, mixed-use development.
The $7.5 million rehabilitation of the Witte building on East Commerce Street—aka, the Chinese restaurant—is well underway.