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Oct. 14, 2020
How to relocate Alazan Courts’ 1,200 residents? San Antonio Housing Authority says it’s complicated, critics say you don’t
This article originally misstated the number of units that once comprised Victoria Courts. It was 660.
Oct. 3, 2020
Cadillac Bar, a 45-year institution, closes its doors following liquidation sale
Because of a reporting error, this article originally misstated when long-time customer Aida Guevara had her birthday at Cadillac Bar.
Oct. 3, 2020
Massive $560M Broadway East development near Pearl set to begin next month
A previous version of this article misstated the stance of Government Hill United, one of three neighborhood groups in Government Hill, toward the project. It hasn’t taken a position.
Sept. 27, 2020
Flipping neighborhoods? Government Hill zoning case has San Antonio’s inner city communities worried
The name of D’Ette Cole’s business was misidentified in an earlier version of this article. It’s called GOOD|goods.
Aug. 25, 2020
Conservation Society blasts Maverick Plaza renovation plan fearing NIOSA impact
An earlier version of this article misstated Steve McHugh’s involvement with the project; he’s no longer involved.
Aug. 13, 2020
Planning Commission recommends light commercial use for contentious Government Hill land
This article originally misstated the day the Planning Commission took place, which was Wednesday. It also misreported the consensus among citizens who spoke or wrote in during the meeting; they vehemently oppose C-2.
June 27, 2020
Christopher Columbus statue protest turns confrontational, but without violence
Because of an editing error, the original version of this article said the Christopher Columbus Italian Society requested the statue’s removal in light of the recent Black Lives Matter movement. The society and District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño have been discussing the statue’s removal in recent years.
June 9, 2020
Continental Hotel sold to Weston Urban for mixed-use project
A previous version of this article implied the apartments for the upcoming project would be built for UTSA faculty and staff. Anyone can eventually live there. Also, the article erroneously stated a condition of the sale.
MAY 21, 2020
California developer Catellus chosen to finish building on old Victoria Courts site
An earlier version of this article misstated that Victoria Commons and the Lavaca neighborhood are separate communities. Lavaca’s boundaries encompass Victoria Commons.
APRIL 22, 2020
Groceries, gas among expenses San Antonio will cover during COVID-19 crisis
An earlier version of this article excluded some of the entities contributing to the housing assistance fund. They are San Antonio Housing Trust’s Public Facility Corporation and Finance Corporation.
JAN. 26, 2020
A commission of renters? In San Antonio, the debate rages early on
Because of incomplete information provided to the Heron, an early version of this article misattributed the statement from the San Antonio Board of Realtors.
DEC. 17, 2019
Austin developer planning 10-story mixed-use project west of Pearl
Because the reporter misheard the roll call vote, an earlier version of this article misstated the Zoning Commission vote as 7-1 in favor of the rezoning. The vote was unanimous.
OCT. 9, 2019
Vistana apartment building sold to L.A. investment group
This article first stated that the 10-year tax abatement for the Vistana ends this year. It ended in 2018.
AUG. 17, 2019
How best to revitalize Alazan Courts and the near West Side? It’s complicated.
In a previous version of this article, the number of children belonging to Alazan Courts resident Jessica Bowman was misstated. She has two.
JULY 25, 2019
Dallas developer JMJ now wants to build two apartment towers—one with SAHA’s help
A previous version of this article misstated the owner of the building at 126 Villita St. It’s CLTR Properties.
JULY 17, 2019
Controversial Alazan Lofts gets boost from a reluctant zoning commission
This article previously stated that Amelia Valdez, president of the Historic Westside Resident Association, had said her group and Brown & Ortiz lawyers had talked previously about Alazan Lofts. They’d talked about other West Side issues, but not about the lofts project.
MAY 9, 2019
The Vistana apartment building to be sold
The original version of this article misstated the appraised value of the Vistana.