Lavaca Historic District

The National Register of Historic Places-listed and locally designated Lavaca Historic District is located southeast of downtown San Antonio about two blocks east of the King William Historic District and south of HemisFair Park.

The majority of the buildings within the district are smaller-sized homes built during the late 1800s and early 1900s, though a small concentration of commercial buildings mostly dating to the early twentieth century are located along the western edge of the district.

Fire Station No.7

Fire Station No.7

The San Antonio Fire Station No. 7 is located on a traffic island at 604 South Alamo Street near its intersection with Lavaca Street. The two-story Spanish Colonial Revival-style building was...
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