Alamo Colleges to develop $23M West SA training center

W. Scott Bailey (2018, August 30). Alamo Colleges to develop $23M West SA training center. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2YDFNpY “The Alamo Colleges District is developing a new Westside Education and Training Center with the city of San Antonio, Westside Development Corp., and Edgewood Independent School District. The new center, made possible by a $23 million allocation […]

Henry Cisneros to Build New Westside Office Space for Tech Startups

JJ Velaquez (2018, Septemer 12). Henry Cisneros to Build New Westside Office Space for Tech Startups. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2MuTOjo “On the corner of Buena Vista Street and South Navidad Street on San Antonio’s near West Side stands the shell of a long-vacant building with a washed-out sign that read: Munguia Printers, Serving the Community Since […]

VIA buys historic industrial complex on West Side

Richard Webner (2018, April 12). VIA buys historic industrial complex on West Side. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2MsVxWt “VIA Metropolitan Transit has purchased a vacant industrial complex in a rundown part of the near West Side as part of its plan to turn its “VIA Villa” into a mixed-use development centered around its headquarters. The transit agency bought […]

UTSA Downtown Expansion Could Add 10,000 Students to San Antonio’s Urban Core

Emily Donaldson (2018, February 7). UTSA Downtown Expansion Could Add 10,000 Students to San Antonio’s Urban Core. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2KfNFVz “The University of Texas at San Antonio President Taylor Eighmy says it is time for ambitious changes at the university’s downtown campus. He wants to triple enrollment downtown over the next 10 years. The downtown […]

New Nashville Bill in place

New Nashville bill sheds light on city incentives to big business! The Nashville Metro Council recently passed a “Do Better” bill, which would require companies asking for incentives to make public how many residents they’ll hire, wages they’ll pay, and their history of safety violations. Maybe San Antonio could do the same? This seems like […]