After a 2½-hour debate on Wednesday, the City Council was no closer to reinstating the housing incentives policy that has resulted in the downtown area’s apartment boom the past six years.
The $7.5 million rehabilitation of the Witte building on East Commerce Street—aka, the Chinese restaurant—is well underway.
A tax increment incentive worth up to $2.5 million for the $47 million San Antonio Light and print buildings project received final approval from the City Council last Thursday.
The University of Texas at San Antonio and the nonprofit Alamo Community Group have placed bids on a small cluster of office buildings and parking lots at 811 W. Houston St. that’s owned by the Alamo Colleges District.
The 20-story hotel and office tower GrayStreet Partners is planning at 1603 Broadway will cost an estimated $97 million to build, and construction could start Feb. 1.
The mixed-income, 283-unit Broadway Jones apartment building across from Maverick Park has received final approval on its design.
Look at a project like 120 Ninth Street, which has received $3.9 million in incentives, and where rents start at $1,300, and you start to wonder.
The downtown developer bought the property from the Stumberg family, who have owned the property for decades.
GrayStreet Partners has purchased 1.4 acres of property just south of City Hall, including the old Kallison’s Western Wear.
The utility is preparing to sell six prominent downtown properties, including its 10-story, River Walk headquarters and the circa-1959 Villita Assembly Building.
Dallas developer Stillwater Capital plans to build 260 apartments at McCullough Avenue and Augusta Street.
A $55.9 million mixed-used development on Broadway and Jones Avenue is likely to hold a city-backed incentives package worth $2.1 million.
The University of Texas at San Antonio will immediately begin an expansion east of Interstate 35, out of the near West Side and into downtown proper, with the construction of two new schools, the relocation of a third, and the creation of new housing. The $229 million expansion, the first of two phases in the […]
GrayStreet Partners is due to receive a $2.5 million incentive for the restoration of the circa-1931 San Antonio Light building.
If you think you don’t care about San Antonio’s Center City Housing Incentives Policy, also known as CCHIP, you’re probably fooling yourself.
Two weeks ago, the developer purchased an old two-story commercial building on the northwest corner of Commerce and North Flores streets.
Members of the HDRC earlier this week criticized the Broadway-facing facade of a 283-unit, monolithic apartment building co-developed by NRP Group and the San Antonio Housing Trust Public Facility Corp.
The apartment project is composed of 320 units across five structures — two that face San Pedro Creek, two that face Cevallos Street, and a fifth inside the 9-acre property.
Earlier this week, on Wednesday, developer GrayStreet Partners received the final go-ahead from the city’s historic review board to proceed with the adaptive reuse of the old San Antonio Light’s print building on the corner of McCullough Avenue and North Alamo Street. GrayStreet, which owns several prominent properties throughout downtown, has been renovating the former […]
Bill Shown, managing director of Pearl developer Silver Ventures, said his group is “very interested” in building affordable housing as the development expands in the coming years.