A year after a truncated version of A Night in Old San Antonio, or NIOSA, was held, the popular four-day event returned to La Villita, let’s say, wider than ever.
BH Properties of Los Angeles announced last week that it’s preparing to start refurbishing CPS Energy’s former office building on Navarro Street into what it describes as a mixed-use destination on the River Walk.
An Austin developer and St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church are moving forward with plans to build St. John’s Square, a 253-unit apartment building near La Villita, despite the San Antonio Housing Authority backing away from the project.
After calling the three-story Anton Wulff House in King William home since 1974, The Conservation Society of San Antonio is preparing to leave it.
Construction work began last month on a makeover of Maverick Plaza at La Villita, three years after local chef Johnny Hernandez’s Grupo La Gloria signed a 49-year lease with the city to turn it into a culinary destination.
L.A.-based BH Properties plans to launch a $9 million renovation of the 10-story office building it purchased from CPS Energy later this year.
Los Angeles-based BH Properties plans to refurbish CPS Energy’s former River Walk office building, while adding a street-level restaurant.
The San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum was originally founded in 2017 on the East Side and has recently moved to La Villita.
Sam Panchevre, owner of Sam’s Burger Joint and the Aztec Theatre, is now leasing the buildings that once housed the Little Rhein Steak House and the Fig Tree.
The Conservation Society will host a NIOSA-style event called Fall Heritage Festival on Nov. 6, but it’s drawing criticism from La Villita tenants and restaurant owners.