A 310-unit apartment building by Austin developer OHT Partners, at 400 Probandt St., was granted final approval by the city’s design commission earlier this month.
How San Antonio’s discussion on housing costs has evolved from the Decade of Downtown to the pandemic-era shortage.
If the $150 million housing bond passes, it will greatly expand the city’s role in creating and preserving affordable housing, but it’s not entirely unprecedented.
The owners of the Exchange Building, which includes the San Antonio Housing Trust Foundation, are preparing to sell the Prohibition-era building to a local buyer.
Weston Urban plans to complete construction of 300 Main, its 32-story apartment tower on the northeast corner of North Main Avenue and East Travis Street, by spring 2024.
The San Antonio Housing Trust has introduced a new housing model that benefits the public more than developers, it says.
Sutton Co. of Austin plans to convert the 1929 newspaper building into a boutique hotel with multifamily housing, retail and perhaps even a music venue.
Houston multifamily developer Urban Genesis is tightening its hold on North St. Mary’s Street with the purchase of a 0.6-acre vacant lot, down the street from the San Antonio Museum of Art, where it plans to build apartments.
The city of San Antonio is preparing to revive a program that has helped thousands of San Antonians pay their rent or mortgage, utility bills and other living expenses.
A new project called CherryCourt, eight 2-story homes in Dignowity Hill, was recently rejected by the Historic and Design Review Commission.