Widgets Magazine
Page 32 of 32 FirstFirst ... 272829303132
Results 776 to 798 of 798

Thread: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

  1. #776

    Default Re: Okc boom?



    San Antonio was ranked as the fastest-growing U.S. city in terms of numeric population growth between 2021 and 2022, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

  2. #777

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    SAN ANTONIO METRO AREA AVERAGE MEDIAN INCOME ROSE BY 13% FROM 2021-2022


    Along with rising prices and property values, the federal metric used by the City of San Antonio to determine housing affordability has increased by almost 13%, more than twice as high as its previous biggest jump in 2019.

    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recently released 2022 income limits that determine whether a household is eligible for housing assistance programs. Those limits form the foundation of the new area median income (AMI) for the San Antonio-New Braunfels area.

  3. #778

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    RENDERINGS OF DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY HQ AT PORT SAN ANTONIO




  4. #779

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.


  5. #780

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    That is cool!

  6. #781

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    Honestly one of the coolest developments I’ve seen since the Meow Wolf in Vegas. SA is really getting some incredible projects. I suspect it’ll become a top tier city competing with the likes of Atlanta and Dallas soon.

  7. #782

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.




    When the Historic Design and Review Commission approved hotel developer White Lodging's plans for the boutique hotel at 431 S. Alamo Street in December 2019, it was presented as a nine-story, 275-room hotel.

    It is now planned as a 10-story, 347-room boutique hotel with a rooftop bar and pool overlooking an unnamed street-level steakhouse, a White Lodging spokesperson tells MySA in an email statement.

    "We expect to announce more details on this exciting project, including brand and design specifics, later this summer," the White Lodging representative says.

  8. #783

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    WEEK IN HOME SALES


  9. #784

    Default Re: Okc boom?

    SAN PEDRO CREEK PHASE II UPDATE

    San Pedro Creek Cultural Park is a almost two mile transformation of a creek running through the west side of downtown that was basically turned into a cement channel for flood purposes. It is now being turns into a mini Riverwalk sans barges.

    For those unaware, for the last couple of years construction on the San Pedro Creek Cultural Park has been happening. Phase I finished a couple years ago and phase two has been going on since with a few delays because of historical finds that halted work for long periods of time. Phase II resumed last year and this is some progress pictures.






    Here are pictures of phase I.





















    There’s actually a proposal to connect the Riverwalk with the San Pedro Creek called The Link. It was approved for funding and construction should begin within the year.

    Here’s a cool YouTube video showing The Link.

    https://youtu.be/2eroihodHEk

  10. #785

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    SNIPPETS OF SA: FAR NORTHWEST SIDE HOUSING


  11. #786

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    Quote Originally Posted by josh View Post
    RENDERINGS OF DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY HQ AT PORT SAN ANTONIO



    Kind of surreal seeing a revival of DMC

  12. #787

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    TEN STORY BOUTIQUE HOTEL RENDERING


    Mentioned a few posts up. The hotel will be the luxury Kimpton brand.

  13. #788

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.


  14. #789

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.


  15. #790

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.


  16. #791

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    WEEK IN HOME SALES


  17. #792

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    17-STORY HOTEL PLANNED FOR DOWNTOWN








  18. #793

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    This building will be built right next to the proposed 17-story hotel I posted about above.

    30-STORY RESIDENTIAL MIXED-USE TOWER PROPOSED FOR HEMISFAIR






  19. #794

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    That looks great!

  20. #795

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    Still hoping to see a super tall announced for SA soon. It can’t be long now.

  21. #796

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.

    There’s a second residential tower planned for Hemisfair. It’ll be on the other side of the 17 story hotel. Basically, the hotel will be sandwiched between two residential structures.

  22. #797

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.


    For a point of reference. This site is a couple of blocks west of The Pearl. There’s A LOT of development taking place in this area.



    North of downtown, California developer Jake Harris, who has been establishing a strong presence in San Antonio through his company Harris Bay in recent years, is planning to build a 1,000-unit, mixed-use apartment complex on West Josephine Street that would also touch the St. Mary’s Strip.

    It would add to the flurry of housing developments that are either in the planning stage or under construction—roughly 2,500 new apartments—in Tobin Hill, making this area the hottest submarket in the downtown area, and perhaps all of San Antonio.


    The Harris Bay project would consist of four mixed-use buildings on roughly 5.7 acres with 70,000 square feet of retail space, and 1,075 parking spaces. One of the buildings would abut Nathaniel Hawthorne Academy. Another would be built on West Grayson, across from The Lonesome Rose, and next to Polk Street, which Harris envisions as being closed to traffic and turned into a pedestrian area lined with shops and restaurants.

  23. #798

    Default Re: San Antonio | Deep In The Heart.


    SAN ANTONIO — A group of local investors plan to purchase the San Antonio Missions baseball club for $28 million, the San Antonio Express-News reports.

    California-based Elmore Sports Group currently owns the team, which has played at Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium since 1994.

    Businessman and downtown developer Graham Weston is leading the group of suitors, the paper says. The deal will reportedly become final by the end of the month.

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Similar Threads

  1. Amtrak to San Antonio?
    By Spartan in forum Transportation
    Replies: 59
    Last Post: 12-21-2011, 12:43 PM
  2. Petco going to San Antonio instead of Norman
    By MustangGT in forum Norman
    Replies: 26
    Last Post: 11-27-2010, 01:00 PM
  3. Thanks for the FREE trip to San Antonio MADMONK!
    By OkieKAS in forum General Civic Issues
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 07-19-2007, 07:20 AM
  4. 12.18.05 v. San Antonio
    By Doug Loudenback in forum Sports
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 12-18-2005, 08:14 AM
  5. Sea World in San Antonio
    By rxis in forum Current Events & Open Topic
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 06-17-2005, 09:05 PM

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Single Sign On provided by vBSSO