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Where To Celebrate The New Year In San Antonio!

Fireworks, music, dinner, and more will be happening around the city to help residents and visitors alike celebrate brining in the new year. If you're still making plans, here are a few options: HYATT REGENCY ROOFTOP NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION Hyatt Regency San Antonio will host a New Year's Eve celebration on its rooftop pool terrace, the highest hotel rooftop pool deck in the city. From its 14th floor vantage point, it will feature unobstructed views of the fireworks display that will be launched from the Tower of the Americas at Hemisfair Park. It will also feature music from DJ NovaSoul, an open bar, and a champagne toast at midnight. When: December 31, 2019 - 10:PM Where: Hyatt Reg

History Engaged: HemisFair

We just love UrbanLiving Inside410 and as you know, we periodically take a look at Historic Districts inside loop 410. This week we are taking a look at a fantastic historic area Inside410 of the San Antonio Office Of Historic Preservation known as HemisFair. The San Antonio Office Of Historic Preservation describes the district as follows: The HemisFair Historic District is bounded by E. Market Street on the north, S. Bowie Street on the east, Durango on the south, and S. Alamo St. on the west and incorporates the grounds of the former HemisFair ’68 exhibition. Held from April 6 through October 6, 1968 to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the founding of San Antonio, HemisFair "was the

Paulette Berger - G&M Buyers Agent

Paulette Berger was born and raised in the gorgeous and eclectic city of San Antonio. Her favorite attribute of the city is the magnetism of living in a large metroplex with many attractions while it still holds a "small-town feel" among its residents. Paulette raised her three children in Stone Oak where she was a resident for over 20 years. Her children were part of the NEISD, attending both Ronald Reagan & Claudia Taylor Johnson high schools, deepening her connection to the area. Paulette also holds a sincere affection for the Spanish Colonial Architecture that can bee seen throughout San Antonio, which developed from attending the exquisite Thomas Jefferson High School, a historic si

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