115 N. Main Street
San Antonio
TX 78205

Main Plaza

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Main Plaza, also known as "Plaza de las Islas" named by the Canary Islanders; and Military Plaza, comprise a historic district. The Main Plaza and Military Plaza Historic District is roughly bounded by the San Antonio River, East Nueva, Laredo, and Houston streets. Since the 18th Century, it has been the "heart of the city". To this date, it remains the center of San Antonio’s government.

Main Plaza must be attractive and enjoyable for citizens and visitors alike. It should be a park-like environment with a predominance of landscaped areas including trees, an abundance of plantings and open areas where people may walk or sit and relax. The character of the new re-developed plaza should reflect a permanent tribute to its historical significance as the birthplace of San Antonio and the site of some of the City's greatest landmarks and community assets.



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