The proposed “parklet” is a 10-foot strip of public space that would run nearly the length of the historic Burns Building, which is being redeveloped.
The City of San Antonio’s Planning Commission on Wednesday approved several changes to infill development, mixed use, and residential zoning regulations.
Among the projects approved Wednesday was NRP Group’s five-story mixed-use structure at Broadway Street and East Jones Avenue.
The nonprofit affordable housing organization Alamo Community Group purchased the Calcasieu in 2014 to preserve the building’s status as “affordable.”
San Antonio City Councilman Manny Pelaez talks about a developer’s move to bulldoze more than 30 acres of wooded acreage.
The 11-story property in Castle Hills is being remodeled and brought up to code and is slated for completion in late 2019.
Commissioners said the proposed 20-loft development was too dense and tall for the neighborhood.
Across the San Antonio housing market, both the number of listings and sales of condos outpaced that of townhomes, though townhomes sales remained fairly steady.
The City’s goal in making changes to the policies is to continue the momentum of downtown development while also increasing affordable housing.
Lourdes Castro Ramírez, who chaired the task force that produced the most comprehensive study of SA’s housing needs to date, joins us to discuss its findings.