The oak-lined green space across from the current Frost Bank headquarters at Houston and Flores streets is being prepared for a major makeover.
About 50 neighbors, local business owners and public officials gathered at Guadalupe Plaza for the third city-hosted community plática to discuss ways to activate the West Side plaza while maintaining safety.
In an attempt to begin to reactivate Guadalupe Plaza on the near West Side, which has had a fence surrounding it since 2016, the city and a nonprofit contracted to oversee the public space have opened it up once more from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
A tiny park is slated for Jefferson Street next to the Burns building.
San Pedro Creek Culture Park’s wading area, the section that had been closed for about a month because people were swimming in water with high E. Coli levels, is back open. The section, known as the Plaza de Fundacion, was built as a wading-only area, but some residents ignored warning signs against swimming. About a […]
Later this summer, construction crews will begin to transform the expanse of land at Market and Alamo streets into one of America’s great urban parks akin to Millennium Park in Chicago or Discovery Green in Houston, Hemisfair planners say. The $58 million civic park, as it’s known, is considered the centerpiece of the Hemisfair revitalization […]
Weston Urban, the developer behind the glassy Frost Tower, plans to transform the oak-lined greensward across Flores Street into an actual park, complete with more seating and furniture, art, fountains, retail, and a restaurant with outdoor dining.