The San Antonio Housing Authority is talking to the owner of the Granada Homes about renovating the low-income apartment building for seniors.
Downtown’s popular “Love Lock Bridge” will be relocated so repairs can be made to the walkway it stands on.
Heritage Plaza, a five- to six-story, 343-unit apartment development is near completion a block south of the Bexar County Courthouse.
Alamo officials announced a new timed-ticket system, which will allow visitors to practice social distancing while inside the church.
Every year, HUD issues rent limits for below market-rate housing for metro areas across the country. In San Antonio, those rent caps may seem exorbitant.
The renovation includes the building of three restaurants inside Maverick Plaza lead by chef Johnny Hernandez.
If built, the eight-story project will add 253 apartments and some retail to the southeast corner of South St. Mary’s and East Nueva streets.
The Lynd Company and the San Antonio Housing Authority are partnering on a 259-unit development in Tobin Hill. SAHA’s involvement means Lynd’s $58.3 million project will benefit from a full property tax exemption.
Changes to Maverick Plaza are spearheaded by the addition of Mexican, Spanish and German restaurants, and a new fountain near South Alamo.
The City of San Antonio’s new eComment platform allows you to comment on City Council agenda items, and a few other public meetings, remotely.