In November, the first residents are expected to move into the mixed-income Acero, where rents start at $1,080.
In a new strategy, the city will direct housing benefits recipients to its job training program, which pays up to $450 a week while enrolled.
The city recommends pay-outs for emergency housing assistance be scaled back, while directing people toward job training.
The $33.6 million project is a partnership between developer Mission DG and the San Antonio Housing Authority on property along Alazan Creek.
Construction on the 347-unit Friedrich Lofts on the near East Side is expected to begin in the spring of 2021.
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.