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» Sept. 19: ‘Laredito’ brothel, orphanage closer to landmark status; Houston developer adding 160 apartments around St. Mary’s Strip; Broadway Delicatessen now open; Massive $250M housing bond proposed
» Sept. 12: City of San Antonio proposing $250M housing bond for next year’s election; New York firm plans to buy and renovate historic Aurora Apartments in Tobin Hill; Who’s served by truly affordable housing? Meet the Medinas; Midtown TIRZ board approves up to $7M for Encore apartments
» Aug. 15: District 2 Councilman McKee-Rodriguez’s former students inspired his interest in politics; Austin developer gets final approval for 10-story apartment building near Pearl; What is ‘affordable housing’ in San Antonio? City Council to consider adopting this definition
» July 25: Terry Black’s BBQ owners buy land on Broadway; Weston Urban’s 15-story apartment mid-rise behind Continental Hotel gets initial approval; BH Properties’ $9M renovation of former CPS Energy building receives first approval; Nirenberg names former Councilwoman Gonzales chair of Housing Commission, despite protests
» July 18: Restaurant, office upgrades planned for CPS Energy’s former River Walk building; A closer look at Weston Urban’s 15-story mixed-use project in west downtown; Hinojosa Jr. named president and CEO of San Antonio Housing Authority; Midtown TIRZ board delays $4.8M incentive package for Broadway East apartments
» July 11: Housing in San Antonio at crossroads with expired downtown incentive policy, new council members; Home repair programs rebuild lives, but they’re not without critics; Leeds building restoration in west downtown approved
» July 4: Analysis: Lone Star District tops list of city’s largest incentive packages; Rammed earth. Giant screws as piers. San Antonio building sustainable housing that’s also affordable; River Walk getting Houston steakhouse
» June 20: Bexar County, Weston Urban to partner on apartments at Continental Hotel; Fiesta’s back!; San Antonio Housing Trust PFC approves Friedrich Lofts project despite gentrification concerns; Gus’s Fried Chicken to open Monday in Southtown; Driftwood-based Vista Brewing opens on West Side; Cattleman Square Lofts project in west downtown gets design approval
» June 13, 2021: People now living at The Flats at River North on Broadway; Tech Bloc launches county-funded website mapping San Antonio’s Tech District; Gus’s Fried Chicken to debut June 21 in Southtown; Wyndham River Walk hotel purchased with plans for $50M renovation; Developers purchase land near Lone Star