The City of San Antonio has received $46.7 million for emergency rental assistance as a result of the CARES Act that Congress passed in late December. In a memo to the City Council yesterday, Erik Walsh said no less than 90% of the federal stimulus dollars must be used to help San Antonians pay rent […]
The move comes after Congress passed a stimulus bill Monday extending the federal moratorium on evictions through the end of January. The moratorium order was set to expire at the end of the year.
Weston Urban’s plan to build downtown’s tallest residential building, a 32-story apartment tower, took a step forward on Wednesday when a city board granted its design conceptual approval.
Robert “Dick” Tips, owner of Mission Park Funeral Chapels and Cemeteries, is pursuing the development of a mid-rise apartment and condo building near the Broadway corridor.
The Museum Reach Lofts, a true affordable housing building in the downtown area, welcomed its first residents this week near the Pearl.
Pearl developer Silver Ventures’ latest apartment project received conceptual approval from the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday.
The project would be the fourth major multifamily development by Silver Ventures, and would push the Pearl’s apartment total past 900 units.
The local developer’s proposed 32-story tower will be the tallest residential building downtown by a long shot, bringing a style of high-rise urban living that most major cities can offer, but San Antonio cannot.
Roughly 80 housing activists on Saturday gathered on South Flores to protest the San Antonio Housing Authority’s plan to demolish Alazán Courts, among a slew of other grievances.
Dallas developer Encore Multifamily plans to build a five-story apartment complex as the first phase of GrayStreet Partners’ $560 million Broadway East master-planned community.