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Three Developments Relying on Zoning Variances to Move Forward

Requesting a zoning variance can be a grating experience for some individuals, especially if it’s about a large development that has aroused debate within the […]

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Even Large Retailers Can Be A Force For Positive Urban Development

Large Retailers and Urban Development in San Antonio As evidenced by happenings in and around San Antonio in recent years, neighborhood members tend to fight […]

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Firm Hopes to Develop Sustainable Homes in Olmos Park

Special use permit may stand in the way of sustainable homes in Olmos Park. Austin firm PSW Real Estate seeks to construct a development of […]

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Micro Apartments Will Rise in Central San Antonio

A Surge in San Antonio’s Urban Core If you’ve driven down Broadway recently, there is no question that San Antonio’s urban core has seen a […]

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Commercial Development Ramps Up in Westover Hills

The Evolution of Westover Hills Once the site of a visit from Pope John Paul II almost 30 years ago, the far West San Antonio […]

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Walmart Eyes Site for New & Compact Neighborhood Market Near Shavano Park

Walmart plans near Shavano Park Residents near Lockhill-Selma and DeZavala roads have recently been encouraged to communicate questions through their respective homeowners and neighborhood associations […]

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Positive Discussions & Votes on Alamo Heights Gateway

Real estate developer Alamo Manhattan continues positive discussions with Alamo Heights city officials, with hopes that it can proceed with construction of a mixed-use midrise at Broadway and Austin Highway.

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City South’s End Means New Beginnings For Development

City South, a 63-square mile master planned development, is nearing its end, and some hope that end will bring a new era. The city of […]

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Pearl Brewery Growing

For fans of urban redevelopment and dense growth, it doesn’t get much better than the Pearl Brewery. Originally founded in 1881, the sprawling brick buildings […]

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