San Antonio landmark to be demolished for food truck park – MySA

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UPDATE: 9:45 a.m. Thursday, September 22: The Historic and Design Review Commission unanimously approved the demolition of the Achtzehn House at the corner of Delaware Street and Hoefgen Avenue. The demolition will clear the way for the developer’s plans for a food truck park. 

The demolition was approved without discussion. However, commissioners also approved stipulations saying the developer must submit a salvage and reuse plan for any materials that can be salvaged. The developer must also return to HDRC with a detailed architectural plan for the food truck park. 

Original story follows below. 

A historic landmark home on Eastside San Antonio could be demolished to make way for a food truck park. Thomas Glendenning Bright Lakes Real Estate will appear before the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday, September 21, to ask for permission to demolish the historic home


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