Weston Urban ready to cash out on San Antonio’s newest high rise Completed in 2019, the Houston Street tower was the first high-rise added to the San Antonio skyline in 30 years. by Shari Biediger Latest New owner, new plan: Developer proposes apartments on near East Side by Shari Biediger Southside ice house project gets go-ahead from historic review board by Shari Biediger Tunnels and tracks: Two proposed airport-to-downtown projects advance by Shari Biediger New program aims to boost West Side small businesses by Waylon Cunningham As rents rise, investors flock to San Antonio’s red-hot apartment market by Waylon Cunningham More news Movement to save Tobin Hill house gains traction as San Antonio College declines to buy it As owner of the Hughes House, the Archdiocese of San Antonio has put a hold on a demolition permit request while it seeks a buyer. by Shari Biediger City to study its role in economic development, incentives and what works In the wake of the pandemic, San Antonio wants to define the city’s role in economic development and come up with new incentive guidelines. by Shari Biediger Creekside Los Patios goes ‘dry’ as home to addiction recovery and new restaurants In addition to the Blue Heron Recovery center, the “sober” Los Patios campus is home to three restaurants and a coffee shop. by Shari Biediger Map: Rating the San Antonio metro area’s best coffee shops and trucks Here’s the San Antonio Report’s interactive map of more than 40 of the metro area’s most interesting places to get coffee. by San Antonio Report Staff After neighbors object, Alamo Heights board delays decision on new development The proposed Katherine Court apartment complex is the first major application of codes passed in 2017 governing new multifamily developments in Alamo Heights. by Shari Biediger CPS Energy’s old headquarters sold, will become River Walk hotel Blueprint Hospitality bought the building at 145 Navarro St. for $19 million and plans to redevelop the eight-story structure. by Shari Biediger Out of the game: San Antonio-based e-scooter company Blue Duck folds The San Antonio-based e-scooter company has ceased operations and is exploring bankruptcy options after taking a hard hit from the pandemic. by Waylon Cunningham With spread of omicron, 2022 employment outlook still unclear Commentary: Unemployment rates in San Antonio are dropping, and the nature of work and the types of jobs held continue to undergo changes. by Thomas Tunstall Ready for occupancy: New year, new buildings set for completion in San Antonio Here are several construction projects you can expect to see completed across San Antonio in 2022 and 2023. by Shari Biediger H-E-B, USAA among the top 10 property taxpayers in Bexar County Toyota and Walmart, which has more stores in San Antonio than any other city in the country, also made the list. by Waylon Cunningham Tight labor market pushes up San Antonio wages, but inflation looms A tight labor market has propelled wages upward across many industry sectors and up and down company ladders. by Waylon Cunningham 2022 bond package funding not just going to city projects While municipal programs will get most of the proposed money, nonprofits and outside agencies also stand to gain. by Jackie Wang Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.