COPS Metro wants to see stronger action from the mayor and City Council to prevent people being priced out of their homes or apartments.
SA2020’s annual report shows San Antonio is on track to meet or exceed most of the goals the community set for citywide prosperity by 2020.
Since revamping the Center City Housing Incentive Policy, the City has deemed eligible four new projects totaling 528 units.
Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio and other nonprofits support the City’s new incentives policy – however imperfect it may be.
City Council on Thursday approved changes to a pair of downtown development incentive programs that had been placed on hold for evaluation last year.
Council’s Comprehensive Plan Committee on Wednesday reviewed progress made over the first two months of fiscal year 2019 in the three-year affordable housing business plan.
The Center City Housing Incentive Program was created in June 2012 to spur economic development.
Despite a growing U.S. economy, a recent GOBankingRates survey found that many are struggling to afford rent and other necessities – especially in San Antonio.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg was named to a national affordable housing task force recently formed by the National League of Cities (NLC).
City staff on Wednesday recommended revisions to policies that incentivize residential development in the urban core with a goal of encouraging more affordable housing.