A new project called CherryCourt, eight 2-story homes in Dignowity Hill, was recently rejected by the Historic and Design Review Commission.
A financial tool used to help fund affordable housing was recently repurposed for the San Antonio Zoo, the Witte Museum, Garden and Brackenridge Park, a move that has some nonprofit developers scratching their heads.
On Thursday, the City Council unanimously approved the proposed $1.2 billion, 2022-2027 bond package—the largest in San Antonio’s history—a vote that now puts the historic infrastructure plan in the hands of voters in the May 7 election.
An Austin developer and St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church are moving forward with plans to build St. John’s Square, a 253-unit apartment building near La Villita, despite the San Antonio Housing Authority backing away from the project.
The downtown San Antonio apartment market, which city leaders went to such great effort to grow, has matured to a point where it is drawing major attention from out-of-town investors.
Fort Worth developer Vaquero Ventures received conceptual approval from the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday on its envisioned 342-unit, five-story apartment building at 1220 E. Commerce St. in east downtown.
The 338-unit Encore SoFlo, one of the recent apartment buildings to breathe life into the area north of the H-E-B SoFlo Market, has been purchased by Texas firm Strategic Property Investment.
A partnership between two investment firms from the Northeast has purchased the Augusta Flats and Jones & Rio apartment complexes—two of the largest residential developments to be built in north downtown in recent years.
The circa-1920s Travis Building is being converted from office space into 63 luxury apartments by real estate firm Harris Bay.
The city’s Development Services Department went on the offensive this week after being lambasted in a recent report by a University of Texas at Austin professor over its code enforcement practices and how often they lead to the demolition of homes.