Housing density and parking, two of the most talked-about urban planning issues in San Antonio these days, were in the spotlight Tuesday afternoon.
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 Cleveland-based NRP Group has proposed a 90-unit, mixed-income complex to be built on the lot of the soon-to-be-sold Moose Lodge.
Apartment units will range in size from 650 to 1,050 sq. ft. Fourteen of the units would be sold at market rate while the rest would be rent-controlled.
City Council unanimously approved a public-private partnership Thursday that will allow for a $200 million development on five acres at Hemisfair.
The burgeoning Eastside will welcome yet another affordable, multi-family housing development – this time located near the intersection of Lord and South W.W. White roads.
In a few years, the Eastside will be home to the Crockett Lofts at Sunset Station, a multi-family housing development in the St.
Donna Zarbin-Byrne and Diana Rodriguez were struggling in the 100-degree heat. After several hours working under the sun mixing cement for one of their sculptures at the Gardens at San Juan public housing complex, the two artists were hitting a wall.
The oft-neglected Westside of San Antonio is getting a huge boost with the completion of the San Juan Square apartment complex.
City Council unanimously approved a $150 million mixed-use development project at the Eastside’s Red Berry Estate Thursday.