The City of San Antonio announced Alamo Plaza will be closed every night this week, from 8:30 p.m. to 6 a.m., through Sunday.
Early Sunday morning, dozens upon dozens of volunteers arrived downtown to help their fellow San Antonians heal.
Rehab work to create the Museo del Westside, a museum dedicated to West Side history and culture that’s going into an old icehouse, could begin this fall.
The San Antonio Housing Authority has chosen Catellus of Oakland, Calif., to begin the master planning process for the final phase of Victoria Commons, the multiphase development south of Hemisfair.
After a passionate debate Thursday, the City Council voted 6-5 to reject District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño’s proposal to grant tenants an extra 60 days to resolve overdue rent during the Covid-19 pandemic.
As delinquency has spiked at its properties, the San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) has offered to forgive 25% of rent due in June, while also contributing $350,000 to the city’s cost of living emergency assistance fund during the coronavirus pandemic.
This Thursday, the City Council is scheduled to consider an ordinance by District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño that would give renters impacted by the novel coronavirus an extra 60 days to pay overdue rent. But it has its critics.
After hitting a snag in financing the Cattleman Square Lofts, nonprofit developer Alamo Community Group is now turning to the San Antonio Housing Trust.
The local developers behind a $56.1 million, 292-unit mixed-used project in Southtown are closer to starting construction thanks to a partnership with the San Antonio Housing Trust.
Local officials have earmarked nearly $30 million for residents who have lost their job or hours and need help with cost of living expenses during the coronavirus pandemic.