The latest design for the $17.5 million Museum Reach Lofts, a rare affordable housing development near the Pearl, was approved Wednesday by the Historic and Design Review Commission.
The microbrewery is the creation of Dustin and Hannah Baker, who moved to San Antonio two years ago for Dustin’s job as a math teacher in the Edgewood Independent School District.
Bill Shown, managing director of Pearl developer Silver Ventures, said his group is “very interested” in building affordable housing as the development expands in the coming years.
On Tuesday, the Zoning Commission cleared the way for more expansion by rezoning 11 properties south and west of the Pearl, including the old Samuels Glass Co. and Fox Motel.
The developers of a mixed-use development at the corner of Broadway and Jones Avenue are seeking initial approval for its design later this week. Plans for the five-story, 280-unit apartment building with three prominent retail spaces on the ground floor goes before the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday. The $57 million project is […]
If you needed another reminder that “market rate” is another term for “luxury” in the downtown, take a jaunt to the Museum Reach and look at what has gone up next to the VFW Post 76 at Ninth Street and the San Antonio River. This is 120 Ninth Street, a 220-unit apartment building by Indianapolis-based […]
There’s no map to opening a brewery in downtown San Antonio, but Dustin and Hannah Baker have been forging their own way into the industry over the past 18 months. Roadmap Brewing Co., 723 N. Alamo St., is slated to open in September, and on Monday, the Bakers brewed their first batch, an IPA called […]
For many years now, the segment of Broadway between McCullough and Jones avenues — in downtown’s northern pocket — has been dying a slow death. Once known as San Antonio’s dealership row, the last of the car salesmen, Cavender Cadillac, left five years ago for Loop 1604. Other, smaller businesses have cleared out leaving building shells […]