SA2020’s operations ended on March 28, 2024.
Our data, reports, and stories will remain online through September 2024. Read more about our decision to dissolve on our blog.
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UTSA’s Big Plans for Downtown

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) plans to increase enrollment at their Downtown Campus from about 4,000 students to 15,000 over the next 10 years, adding a School of Data Science, a School of Entrepreneurship, a National Security

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St. Paul Square

Why We Love Working on the Eastside

SA2020 just celebrated our 1st anniversary in Sunset Station! As believers in the value of connected, supportive neighborhoods, we feel lucky to be a part of St. Paul Square, the Eastside, and all the exciting changes happening around us. Due

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Office of Historic Preservation 5K

A Walk — and Run — In the Park

It was a beautiful day on Saturday, March 5, as the Office of Historic Preservation kicked off our 2016 SApreservation 5K series. Over 50 runners and walkers enjoyed the first guided tour of the season which explored San Antonio Water Works

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Fitness + History = San Antonio’s New 5K Series

The primary mission of the City of San Antonio’s Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) is to preserve and protect the unique historic structures, archaeological sites, and design features of San Antonio, most of which exist in the downtown area. Starting

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SA Book Festival is back – and better than ever!

Every great city has a great book festival. After only two years, the San Antonio Book Festival (SABF) is making a name for our city-on-the-rise, attracting authors with national acclaim and earning a reputation among city dwellers as a rich,

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Comments from the Peanut Gallery

By Chris Weigand, President of Big Red Dog San Antonio   Here at BIG RED DOG Engineering, we’re huge fans of SA2020.  Downtown Development is our passion, and we are never disappointed when another reason to renovate, revitalize, and rejuvenate comes

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Transportation: Sharing is Caring

By Julia Murphy Funny how connected things are, right? And I don’t just mean 14.1 miles of our downtown through shared transportation options… (but check out how awesome that map is down there!) The SA2020 vision is a mash-up of

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