It’s not the Pearl, but it is a five-point gem that offers local fare, affordable housing to locals, and plenty of short-term rental homes for visitors.
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A handful ofSan Antonians got a crash course Monday night in land use, zoning, and how equity and revitalization factor into a community’s growth.
Three adjacent zip codes – 78253, 78254, and 78245 – far outpaced every other in the San Antonio area for single-family home sales.
City staff has tweaked, cut, and modified the draft to again run the bureaucratic gamut of committees, commissions, and other groups for review.
Better development guidelines and community engagement are keys to sustainable neighborhood growth, panelists said during the Future SA Forum.
San Antonio City Council got its first collective look at rules proposed for short-term rentals Wednesday. For the most part, Council members didn’t like what they saw.
Several residents are expected at the City Council chambers Thursday morning to protest an affordable, up to 58-unit housing project slated for development in Highland Park.
The City’s Planning Commission unanimously approved a proposed short-term rental ordinance Wednesday, a key vote towards regulating platforms such as Airbnb, HomeAway, VRBO, and others.
The decision came around 10:30 p.m. after more than three hours of discussion by the Historic and Design Review Commission and residents.