In mid-September, the University of Texas at San Antonio announced plans to quadruple its downtown campus with new buildings east of the highway, into downtown proper, but also westward toward the historic West Side.
On Thursday morning, the City Council approved the sale of 4½ acres of Dolorosa street for the multimillion expansion of the University of Texas at San Antonio’s downtown campus on the near West Side.
The University of Texas at San Antonio and the nonprofit Alamo Community Group have placed bids on a small cluster of office buildings and parking lots at 811 W. Houston St. that’s owned by the Alamo Colleges District.
The UTSA faithful enjoyed some tailgating at the Alamodome parking lot on Saturday for the first home game of the season against Baylor.
A University of Texas at San Antonio downtown campus with more buildings, taller buildings, all clustered together. Not just on the main square-shaped campus that’s flanked by I-35/I-10 and South Frio Street, Buena Vista Street and César E. Chávez Boulevard, but on the Cattleman’s Square lot to the north and the College of Architecture property […]