Madison Iszler, S.A. Express-News

Madison Iszler

S.A. Express-News

San Antonio, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Madison:

Arboretum could sprout at closed golf course on South Side through deal with Brooks, Cisneros nonprofit

A closed golf course on the South Side could be converted to a botanical garden through a deal involving the Brooks Development Authority and former Mayor Henry Cisneros. → Read More

San Antonio home sales take biggest dip since early in the pandemic, but prices keep going up

Home sales in the San Antonio area have fallen for seven consecutive months amid higher mortgage rates and prices. → Read More

San Antonio-based Whataburger opens first restaurant in the Atlanta area, with 50 more planned

The San Antonio burger chain has been rapidly expanding its footprint since the business... → Read More

‘Nobody has cracked the code yet:’ H-E-B, Walmart, Kroger keep testing self-checkout technology

Inside the massive H-E-B plus! store in Schertz, shoppers are testing a new way to check... → Read More

Here’s how the deal to buy the San Antonio Missions baseball team came together

The new owners of the San Antonio Missions — a group that includes Peter J. Holt, David Robinson and Manu Ginobili — have remained mum on where a new stadium could be built. → Read More

Pearl expanding north with apartment and retail development across from La Gloria, Velvet Taco

The project would push the number of apartments in the area to about 1,100, and include... → Read More

David Robinson, Manu Ginobili part of investment group buying San Antonio Missions baseball team

The group buying the San Antonio Missions also includes Spurs Chairman Peter J. Holt, Henry Cisneros and Hope Andrade. → Read More

Indoor, automated organic produce farm to sprout at Brooks

Spinach and herbs will be grown and packed in the 140,000-square-foot warehouse and sent off for sale at H-E-B, Walmart and other grocers. → Read More

Report shows significant racial gap in appraised home values

Homes in white San Antonio neighborhoods are appraised at double the value of homes in communities of color, according to a study. → Read More

Missions investors get City Council OK to take over Wolff Stadium lease, a key step toward new park

The San Antonio investors group is expected to close its acquisition of the team next week. It wants to move the Missions to a new downtown stadium. → Read More

SeaWorld, Schlitterbahn owners set financial records as Six Flags struggles through ‘transition’

The parent companies of SeaWorld and Schlitterbahn thrived while Six Flags saw visits, revenue and profits decline. → Read More

‘Amazing’: San Antonio’s tourism recovery on track to top pre-pandemic levels in next year

Leisure travelers have driven it so far, but observers suggest the coming year should see... → Read More

Sprouts Farmers Market opening its latest San Antonio-area store this week on the far West Side

The new store in the fast-growing area will be the Arizona-based company’s third in the San Antonio area. → Read More

Rural Texas land sales are slowing, Texas A&M report shows

Sales of rural properties are falling while prices are rising, according to a report by... → Read More

A new downtown ballpark would create wealth — but for whom?

A group of local investors is buying the San Antonio Missions, with plans to build a new downtown stadium for the minor league baseball team. That’ll require public money. → Read More

Sources: Investor group has deal to buy S.A. Missions, looking to build downtown stadium

The investor group, spearheaded by downtown developer Graham Weston, has a deal on the table for about $28 million, sources said. The sale is expected to close this month. → Read More

What’s next for Rackspace’s longtime Windcrest headquarters?

The site, with 1.2 million square feet of space and 60 acres of land, is a rarity in San Antonio, according to the broker selling it. → Read More

We've located 7 downtown sites where the San Antonio Missions could build a new baseball stadium

Sites next to the San Antonio Museum of Art, across Broadway from Pearl and near the former Lone Star Brewery have been floated in the past as potential sites for a Missions stadium. → Read More

San Antonio real estate market forecast to be among best in U.S.

Real estate trend report says San Antonio is the top market for homebuilding prospects in 2023. → Read More

Sources: Investors plan to buy Missions, build stadium downtown

Rackspace co-founder Graham Weston and other investors reportedly want to buy the Missions and build a stadium in downtown San Antonio. → Read More