San Antonio Magazine - “Great cities have great downtowns.” This is the first line of SA2020’s section on downtown development, dubbed a key area of focus for the city’s future.
San Antonio Magazine - The Witte Museum’s expansion, Luminaria’s 10th anniversary this fall, the redevelopment of the Centro de Artes gallery, the transformation of San Pedro Creek, which will include public art installations—San Antonio’s arts community is energized right now.
KTSA - The San Pedro Creek Project continues–with some new closures in the Downtown area as a result of the work.
Rivard Report - Designers and architects of the San Antonio Federal Courthouse are putting finishing touches on the project’s design, which will seamlessly connect to the various pieces of local history surrounding it, officials told Bexar County commissioners Tuesday.
Texas Public Radio - Progress continues to be made on the San Pedro Creek project and now it's reached a noteworthy milestone. That milestone is in hiring Carrie Brown as the project's public art curator.
My SA - The stars are aligning for downtown San Antonio as a number of promising projects begin to take shape.
The history of San Antonio flows like an unbroken stream 300 years long, with water at the center of everything. Water drew the indigenous people who began gathering on the banks of the San Antonio River as early as 10,000 years ago. It facilitated the birth of a hybrid Tejano culture drawn from two continents […]
San Antonio Express-News - Next year, 2018, marks the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Spanish village of villa de Béjar near San Pedro springs, as well as Mission San Antonio de Valero.
San Antonio Express-News - Construction of Phase I of the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project is underway at a meticulous, but sure pace.
San Antonio Express-News - The name “Texas,” reflective of the state’s origins, is derived from an old Spanish version of a word for “friend,” used by the Caddo Indians, who lived, farmed and hunted in East Texas.