A difference of opinion on how this community should handle incoming development has caused a rift in Government Hill Alliance, the neighborhood association that’s represented the near-East Side community since 1988.
Grounded Solutions Network, an affordable housing advocacy nonprofit based in Oakland, Calif., has awarded San Antonio a $150,000 grant for the development of an anti-displacement strategy.
Local developer GrayStreet Partners has dropped out of its contract to purchase the Oasis Mexican Cafe property at 210 McCullough Ave.
The initial design for an eight-story River Walk hotel by California-based Harris Bay was approved by the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday.
About 500 households who face displacement are on a waiting list to receive assistance from the city of San Antonio.
The City Council on Thursday allocated $500,000 from the city’s general fund for the installation of air conditioning units in 20 public housing complexes after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) rejected the city’s request to use federal dollars for the project.
By June 30, riding scooters on sidewalks will be prohibited, a new regulations to dockless vehicles the City Council adopted in a 9-1 vote.
On Tuesday, the Houston Street TIRZ board unanimously granted up to $2.5 million for the rehabs of the Travis Park Plaza office building and garage, across from Travis Park; and the Grant and Kress buildings on Houston Street.
Two months after the money was allocated, 118 people have been helped by San Antonio’s $1 million fund, which was set aside two months ago by City Council to assist residents on the verge of displacement—or, who are being displaced—because of rising rents or unexpected costs.
Local real estate group GrayStreet Partners has been busy filling up its Houston Street portfolio.