David Nisivoccia, the San Antonio Housing Authority’s CEO and President since 2015, is expected to be named as the Denver Housing Authority’s executive director today.
Mexican Manhattan Restaurant, which served Tex-Mex food on Soledad Street for more than 62 years, closed for good over the weekend.
The 140-unit project at 811 W. Houston St. will provide apartments priced for households making 30%-80% of the area median income.
“Some of them ended up … in a lot of really bad places,” one SAHA commissioner said of East Side residents uprooted the last time the agency redeveloped public housing.
The 249 units at the Granada Homes will be renovated, and will continue to serve low-income seniors after completion, officials said.
Broadway East, a mixed-use development by GrayStreet Partners of San Antonio and Houston-based Midway, is expected to begin in November.
What’s been brewing for a year now in Government Hill is a vigorous debate over a property owner’s right to capitalize their land to the fullest, versus a neighborhood’s right to have a say in how their community evolves.
District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño, who’s been the face of the Alamo project, reflects on the process and the Texas Historical Commission’s decision to deny the Cenotaph relocation.
The San Antonio Housing Authority plans to demolish 501 public housing units, over multiple years, and replace them with a new mixed-income development.
It appears Lisa Wong, the owner of Rosario’s in Southtown, is moving her iconic restaurant down South St. Mary’s Street to the former El Mirador building.