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.
Though it will formally be unveiled to the City Council on Wednesday, the city of San Antonio’s $34.5 million affordable housing strategy has received some early mixed reviews from housing observers and elected officials with insight into the plan.
San Antonio’s sweeping, $34.5 million affordable housing strategy is designed to produce 18,681 units the next 10 years.
The design for a 220-unit mixed-income, mixed-used development in the Lavaca neighborhood, which will add roughly 44 public housing units to the Southtown area, received final approval on Thursday.
The St. Mary’s Tower is an ambitious 24-story apartment high-rise planned by the San Antonio Housing Authority and JMJ Development of Dallas. But what’s JMJ getting out of the deal?
City officials continue to hammer out a policy that will offer eligible homeowners in certain neighborhoods an abatement on the city portion of their property tax bill, up to 10 years.
The San Antonio Housing Authority is partnering with JMJ Development of Dallas on the St. Mary’s Tower, a 24-story apartment high-rise with a rooftop pool on the southwest corner of Villita and South St. Mary’s streets.
At a heated Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday, commissioners paved the way for the development of the Alazan Lofts, a controversial 88-unit, mixed-income housing development south of the Alazan Courts.