In response to criticism over its eviction policy, SAHA said it will suspend noncriminal evictions until Dec. 31.
Several residents at Alazan-Apache Courts accuse the San Antonio Housing Authority of harassment by way of, what they describe as, bogus lease violations—which lead to evictions. SAHA paints a different picture.
Eventually, the 501 public housing units that comprise the Alazan Courts will be replaced by a larger community—potentially up around 700 units.
As Weston Urban continues to acquire land in west downtown, the developer expects to add 1,000 housing units to the area in the next 2-4 years. That’s just the initial phase.
On Friday, Tony Lopez is closing his bar on Brooklyn Avenue after 20 years of serving cold beer and micheladas.
A combination coffee shop and art gallery is opening next week in downtown’s medical district.
East Side Asian dive restaurant Thai Lucky has signed a lease for a new restaurant in the former Rio de Gelato spot at 102 Navarro St.
Ares Management, a Los Angeles-based investment firm, has purchased the 14-story Vistana building from the local group that built it.
The renovation of the Grant and Kress buildings continues in preparation for WeWork’s move in. But it’s hard to ignore the company’s turmoil.
The City Council on Thursday approved the sale of five properties at St. Paul Square to a company that includes REATA Real Estate.