Voodoo Doughnut, the iconic Portland, Oregon-based retail chain known for selling donuts with eclectic toppings in pink boxes, has signed a lease to open its first San Antonio store in the location of the Playland pizzeria on Houston Street.
This morning, several hundred spectators lined Houston Street downtown for the annual Western Heritage Parade and Cattle Drive.
In 2015, GrayStreet Partners announced it had purchased several iconic buildings on East Houston Street, and spoke of the corridor’s rebirth. Nearly seven years later, the local developer has been selling off its assets as it shifts focus, and capital, to other projects.
A small crowd of more than 20 people gathered outside the Alameda Theater on West Houston Street recently to view the unveiling of a new, five-part mural project by local artist Alan Calvo.
A former strategist for the Trump campaign’s data team has purchased 0.75 acres of property on East Houston Street, across the street from the VelocityTX bioscience incubator on the near East Side, with a partner.
Devils River Whiskey is finally set to open on Wednesday inside the Burns building at 401 E. Houston St. The distillery is also relocating its headquarters from Dallas.
More than two years after announcing plans to relocate to San Antonio, Devils River Distillery has finally confirmed it will open a downtown headquarters and tasting room in January.
The renovation of the Grant and Kress buildings continues in preparation for WeWork’s move in. But it’s hard to ignore the company’s turmoil.
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.
For about a month, CommonWealth Coffee & Bakery has been operating its third downtown location inside the Burns building on Houston Street.