David’s Bridal downsizes with new owners; cites ‘reimagining period’ for the company
The company closed a transaction with CION Investment Corporation, a business development company, in late July. The deal gets David’s Bridal out of bankruptcy and will keep 195 David’s Bridal locations open, including two in San Antonio.
In January, CPS Energy received a shipment of transformers. A quarter of them were faulty.
At the height of an ongoing dearth in transformers bottlenecking real estate development in San Antonio, CPS Energy found itself having to send back a portion of a shipment it received in January due to quality concerns.
Brackenridge Park Conservancy names new CEO
The Brackenridge Park Conservancy has recruited a new CEO, Talli Dolge, who will lead the organization’s ongoing pursuit of key improvements for some of San Antonio’s more significant midtown assets, including a $62 million plan unveiled more than a year ago to restore and expand Sunken Garden Theater.
Elon Musk and The Boring Co. waiting on green light for SA tunnel plan
Nearly seven months after Alamo City officials said they were advancing discussions with The Boring Co. regarding a proposed underground transit tunnel connecting San Antonio International Airport with the downtown area, Elon Musk’s venture has yet to strike a deal.
With construction complete, this affordable San Antonio apartment complex already has a wait list
An affordable housing community on the Northeast Side, which broke ground in 2020 and held its ribbon cutting last month, is already 99% leased, as San Antonio scrambles to bring affordably priced units online.
YouTube stars team with SA firm for new corporate HQ and entertainment destination
Dude Perfect, the Frisco-based sports/entertainment group that has amassed more than 58 million subscribers on YouTube, revealed plans to leave its current location for a new corporate HQ and entertainment destination that will feature a 330-foot tower.