The San Antonio Heron aims to strengthen the democratic process in San Antonio via explanatory and analytical journalism, while mentoring students interested in serving their community through storytelling.
The Heron is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization; our EIN is 83-1163274.
What we do
The Heron is a nonprofit nonpartisan newsroom that produces thought-provoking and unbiased journalism about downtown San Antonio development and the ripple effect it has on inner city neighborhoods.
Our latest work
Marriott Tribute brand chosen for Aztec’s boutique hotel
Larger portion of CPS Energy’s Jones Avenue property now for sale
Fort Worth developer closer to building 340 apartments near St. Paul Square
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» June 5, 2022: Aztec building to become ‘pricey’ River Walk hotel; Town hall with D1 Councilman Mario Bravo (event); FW developer to build 340 apartments near St. Paul Square; Update on CPS Energy’s W. Jones property
» May 15, 2022: GrayStreet buys seven-story Tower Life parking garage; Historic Palace Livery Stable sold to real estate firm; Heron 2022 Birthday Campaign Launch; Tower Life Building sold to ownership group led by McCombs family
» May 8, 2022: $1.2 billion bond package passes overwhelmingly; Want lower property taxes? A step-by-step guide for protesting your appraisal; Tower Life Building sold to ownership group led by McCombs family
» May 1, 2022: Circa-1920s Exchange Building up for sale; As San Antonio mulls $150M affordable housing bond, city celebrates apartments built from 2017 bond; Here’s how two Texas constitutional amendments could lower some property taxes
» April 24, 2022: 300 Main, Weston Urban’s apartment tower, due for completion spring 2024; Double Standard restaurant-bar, Chick-fil-A set for Rand building; New affordable housing model in Texas takes shape on East Side