A few thousand took to the streets of downtown San Antonio early Friday in protest of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark abortion decision.
Public invited to Alazan Courts design workshop
The San Antonio Housing Authority is hosting a design workshop for the Alazan Courts redevelopment on the near West Side, San Antonio’s oldest public housing community that could be demolished and rebuilt, or refurnished.
Inflation, interest rates jeopardize Cattleman Square Lofts affordable housing in downtown San Antonio
The cost to build Cattleman Square Lofts has ballooned by $6 million since January.
‘Public good’ debated over $2.1M tax incentive for Grayson Heights in San Antonio’s Government Hill
The Residence at Grayson Heights, a 281-unit, market-rate development in Government Hill, was awarded a $2.1 million tax incentive last week, but not without heavy criticism from some on the City Council.
‘We’ve been gentrified.’ McKee-Rodriguez spurring new conversation about gentrification in San Antonio
District 2 Councilman Jalen McKee-Rodriguez wants a displacement study completed when developers seek incentives from the city.
Saved from demolition: Hughes home in San Antonio’s Tobin Hill purchased by chef Weissman, investor Chu
The Hughes home in Tobin Hill, which was once on the path toward demolition, has been purchased by chef Andrew Weissman and preservationist May Chu, who plan to convert the first floor into a wine-and-cheese bar.
Larger portion of CPS Energy’s Jones Avenue property now for sale
Since hiring an international real estate brokerage firm in 2018, CPS Energy has struggled to sell its former Jones Avenue Service Center at 326 W. Jones Ave.
Mourners gather at Main Plaza for vigil honoring Uvalde school shooting victims
A few hundred mourners gathered in front of San Fernando Cathedral at Main Plaza early Wednesday evening for a vigil for the 19 children and two teachers killed on Tuesday inside Robb Elementary in Uvalde.
Olivo: Housing needed at all price points, Nirenberg says
How San Antonio’s discussion on housing costs has evolved from the Decade of Downtown to the pandemic-era shortage.
As we turn 4, Heron receives Miami Foundation grant
The Heron remains a tiny nonprofit newsroom, and we continue to work toward becoming self-financed. That said, we recently achieved a few milestones we’re excited to share.