Opportunity Home San Antonio has applied for $8 million from San Antonio’s housing bond for a new public housing development at Alazan-Apache Courts.
Public invited to Alazan Courts design workshop
The San Antonio Housing Authority is hosting a design workshop for the Alazan Courts redevelopment on the near West Side, San Antonio’s oldest public housing community that could be demolished and rebuilt, or refurnished.
UPDATED: St. John’s Square project moving forward despite SAHA’s exit
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.
Housing bond meeting gets heated as members debate how best to serve San Antonio’s 95K vulnerable households
Calls for spending all $150 million in potential housing bond dollars on San Antonio’s most vulnerable populations permeated the housing bond committee’s second meeting held Wednesday night at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
Alazan Courts on West Side could get $75M for redevelopment—if San Antonio voters approve
The San Antonio Housing Authority is requesting $75 million for the Alazan Courts from the upcoming 2022-2027 bond program, which San Antonio voters will be asked to approve in May.
Esperanza center plans rehab of ‘casitas’ to preserve old-style West Side housing
The Rinconcito de Esperanza cultural hub has received $1.5 million from the city to rehab seven historic homes into a community health center, an internet access point and a studio for recording oral histories.
Charter amendment intended to add ‘affordable’ housing in San Antonio. Here’s what you’ll be voting on in May
If approved by voters in May, the city charter amendment would allow bond dollars to be spent on housing and economic development projects.
New plan for Alazan Courts: SAHA intends to keep all residents on site after ‘self-developing’ the property
The San Antonio Housing Authority will recommend to its board of commissioners today that SAHA “self-develop” the courts with the intent of keeping its roughly 1,200 low-income residents in the public housing property.
How to relocate Alazan Courts’ 1,200 residents? San Antonio Housing Authority says it’s complicated, critics say you don’t
“Some of them ended up … in a lot of really bad places,” one SAHA commissioner said of East Side residents uprooted the last time the agency redeveloped public housing.