UTSA’s $124 million Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Careers (IEC) building, the university’s next phase on Dolorosa, received full funding.
A partnership managed by Bruce Hill, one of the investors buying the San Antonio Missions double-A baseball team, purchased property on the near West Side in May, nearly adjacent to a site highlighted in a 2016 report as a suitable spot for a downtown baseball stadium.
Two envisioned projects for west downtown—The Link from County Commissioner Tommy Calvert and a sports stadium by Weston Urban —could be competing head-to-head.
Weston Urban has lately approached at least two entities that own property near San Pedro Creek seeking to buy their land while mentioning plans to build a sports stadium.
The owners of the Exchange Building, which includes the San Antonio Housing Trust Foundation, are preparing to sell the Prohibition-era building to a local buyer.
Developer Weston Urban is reaching beyond downtown as it prepares to buy the historic Koehler House from the Alamo Colleges District.
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.
The San Antonio Heron has received a pair of $10,000 grants, which come as the citywide housing discussion is getting ready to heat up.
Weston Urban’s plan to restore the former Continental Hotel and build a 15-story apartment tower along San Pedro Creek in west downtown won conceptual approval Wednesday from the city’s historic review board.
Riverplace would fill about 3.2 acres of land with a 20-story multifamily building, a 17-story condominium building and an office building of undetermined height, along with the 21-story Dream Hotel.