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Bringing Hotel Grim Back to Glory

Project manager says tiles, brick in remarkably good shape After 30 years of standing vacant, the The Hotel Grim is slowly returning to its original 1920s splendor. Texarkana Gazette ; by Lori Dunn Feb. 27 2020 @ 10:43pm https://www.texarkanagazette.com/news/texarkana/story/2020/feb/28/bringing-hotel-grim-back-glory-project-manager-says-tiles-brick-remarkably-good-shape/818573/ TEXARKANA, Texas — After 30 years of standing vacant, the The Hotel Grim…

Critical phase of San Pedro Creek project in downtown San Antonio more than halfway completed

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Scott Huddleston. Feb. 14, 2020 Updated: Feb. 16, 2020 6:01 p.m. https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Critical-phase-of-San-Pedro-Creek-project-in-15058316.php#photo-19037325 With a critical phase of the San Pedro Creek improvement project more than halfway completed, officials Friday toured the three-block section under construction in a busy part of downtown. “I’m really excited about this project that’s going to be done,”…

San Pedro Creek Landscape Architect ‘Reconciles City and Nature’ in New Exhibition

Rivard Report ; by Nicholas Frank January 15, 2019 https://sanantonioreport.org/san-pedro-creek-landscape-architect-reconciles-city-and-nature-in-new-exhibition/ Mario Schjetnan’s exhibit Reconciliar Ciudad y Naturaleza, shown here during its run in Mexico City in 2018, will open at the Mexican Cultural Institute on Jan. 17. Credit: Courtesy / Urban Design Group and Mexican Cultural Institute Mario Schjetnan Given renowned landscape architect Mario…

UTRGV breaks ground on Institute for Neuroscience in Harlingen

UTRGV News Room / Wednesday, November 6, 2019 / By Letty Fernandez https://www.utrgv.edu/newsroom/2019/11/06-utrgv-breaks-ground-on-institute-for-neuroscience-in-harlingen.htm HARLINGEN, TEXAS – UTRGV President Guy Bailey and Dr. John Krouse, executive vice president for Health Affairs and dean of the UTRGV School of Medicine, on Nov. 6 led a groundbreaking ceremony for the new UTRGV Institute for Neuroscience,…

New $117M Federal Courthouse In San Antonio Slated For Completion In 2022

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By BRIAN KIRKPATRICK • SEP 24, 2018 https://www.tpr.org/post/new-117m-federal-courthouse-san-antonio-slated-completion-2022 Local and federal officials announced plans Monday for a new $117 million federal courthouse to be built downtown on West Nueva Street, across from the San Antonio Public Safety headquarters. Federal Judge Xavier Rodriguez was praised for making a new courthouse a reality by working…

San Antonio’s “Latino High Line” opens to the public

By Jonathan Hilburg • May 15, 2018 https://www.archpaper.com/2018/05/san-antonio-latino-high-line-opens-public/ The first part of phase 1 of the San Pedro Creek redevelopment in San Antonio, Texas, is now open to the public, and the waterway’s rejuvenation has been touted as a celebration of Latino culture in the city. San Antonio-based Muñoz and Company was tapped in 2015 to design the 2.2-mile-long restoration…
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