The latest design for the $17.5 million Museum Reach Lofts, a rare affordable housing development near the Pearl, was approved Wednesday by the Historic and Design Review Commission.
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Alamo Community Group has redesigned its Museum Reach Lofts, one of the true affordable housing developments planned for the downtown area that’s due to begin construction this spring.
The colorful design for the Museum Reach Lofts, the apartments by nonprofit developer Alamo Community Group, received conceptual approval from the Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) on Wednesday.
The Museum Reach Lofts, a rare affordable apartment project that nonprofit Alamo Community Group (ACG) is developing, was approved for a $2.8 million incentive this morning by the Midtown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone board.
The Museum Reach Lofts, a project near the Pearl that’s currently in the works, may sound like downtown’s latest luxury apartments. Look closer and you’ll find these envisioned dwellings are an anomaly of sorts for the center city: they’re affordable. Like, for real. Alamo Community Group, a local nonprofit developer and operator of affordable housing […]
In a gesture of largesse from four non-West Side council members, a mixed-income development called Alazan Lofts has received an extra boost at the request of District 5 Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales.
Alamo Community Group wants to build a 160-unit, four-story apartment building on 1.5-acres at 811 W. Houston St., a cluster of buildings and empty lots near UTSA’s planned expansion.
The City Council on Thursday unanimously approved an incentives package worth $3.3 million for the five-story Museum Reach Lofts, a 94-unit development on the southeast corner of North St. Mary’s Street and West Jones Avenue, where rents will start at $290 for low-income individuals.
After hitting a snag in financing the Cattleman Square Lofts, nonprofit developer Alamo Community Group is now turning to the San Antonio Housing Trust.
With six downtown incentive agreements in the last two years, and an occupancy around 91%, experts say downtown’s housing market is chugging along, but not booming like it did in recent years.