PROMenade 2013

October 24, 2013

The purpose of PROM is to capture the imagination, encourage and recognize leadership, and fuel grassroots preservation efforts that benefit our local community. At the iconic Inter-Continental Motors Building on Broadway, this year’s mid-century theme served to remind us all that historic resources come in many forms. Even though dress was be black tie, retro attire straight out of the “Mad Men” era was strongly encouraged!

Proceeds from PROM benefitted the hands-on preservation programs administered by the City of San Antonio’s Office of Historic Preservation including the S.T.A.R. Project (Students Together Achieving Revitalization). Through this program, students and volunteer contractors complete minor rehabilitation projects in local historic districts. To date, the S.T.A.R. Project has improved over 50 homes in five local historic districts.


Presenting Sponsor

Glazer’s Distributors

Host Sponsors

Harper Huddleston, Inc.

University of the Incarnate Word

Gold Sponsor

Weston Urban

The Tobin Endowment

  • Alamo Architects/The NRP Group

  • The Archive Clothing Company/Brown & Ortiz

  • AREA Real Estate/Overland Partners

  • Bexar County

  • Center City Development Office

  • Centro San Antonio

  • City of San Antonio

  • Department of Culture & Creative Development

  • Embrey Partners

  • Ford, Powell & Carson Architects & Planners, Inc.

  • Hixon Properties Inc/Pape-Dawson Engineers

  • Houston Dunn PLLC

  • Kaufman Killen

  • Lifshutz Foundation

  • Majestic Development Company

  • Office of Historic Preservation

  • The Pearl

  • Rivercenter Mall

  • San Antonio Conservation Society

  • San Antonio River Authority

  • The Steel House Lofts

  • Turner Busby Development

  • UTSA College of Architecture

  • Zurich International Properties, Inc.


POP Vision Award

  • O’Neil Ford / Ford, Powell & Carson Architects & Planners

Education & Advocacy

  • Lila Cockrell

Outstanding Preservation Project

  • Overland Partners