Southline, a 223-unit apartment building that effectively extends the Pearl’s footprint south across Newell Avenue, is scheduled to open in November. Rents start at $1,580.
Developments such as The Baldwin that benefit from public subsidies deserve answers to some basic questions: Who’s involved? And how much will they profit?
The city of San Antonio has started the process of selling the former Continental Hotel in west downtown to a developer for the purpose of rehabbing the historic structure into a mixed-income, mixed-use development.
REATA Real Estate is getting ready to purchase five more properties at St. Paul Square. In the next 18 months, the company plans to revive the sleepy district with more restaurants and nightlife options.
A year after constructing The Baldwin at St. Paul Square, developer NRP Group is selling the apartment building for $62 million to Virtus Real Estate Capital of Austin, one of the investors in the project.
UTSA is preparing to open a resource center on the West Side, a walk-in-type space scheduled to open this fall as an element of its downtown campus expansion.
With the City Council’s support, SAHA and NRP Group are proceeding with the construction of the Alazan Lofts, an 88-unit mixed-income apartment complex that has stirred debate about how best to revitalize the West Side.
St. John’s Square is a planned eight-story, 251-unit apartment building eyed for a vacant lot near La Villita.
From covering the cost of a lawyer for someone in eviction court to better defining “affordable housing” for San Antonio, City Council members gave their feedback on the proposed $34.4 million affordable housing plan.
West Side preservationists are concerned some Alazan Courts residents may be forced from their community for a modern mixed-income development. The San Antonio Housing Authority says that couldn’t be further from the truth.