There is a continued commercial development trend going on along the S. Alamo corridor. Two major commercial properties, the former vending machine warehouse at 1811 S. Alamo and an adjacent tract at 1302 S. Flores, were purchased by David Adelman. The S. Alamo property is scheduled for mixed-use with creative office space, plus a restaurant and/or bar. The King William Association has been following the process through HDRC and Zoning, and formally requested that no outdoor amplified music be allowed. The Zoning Commission approved the IDZ zoning with C2 and Bar uses without restricting any amplified noise. The property adjoins a potential historic neighborhood adjacent to King William and a prominent multi-story loft is located across S. Alamo along S. Flores, residences that are well within the “sound shed” of amplified noise.