Most Council members agreed that – while not "perfect" – the changes struck a balance between incentivizing economic growth and supporting the city's affordable housing goals.
The Center City Housing Incentive Program was created in June 2012 to spur economic development.
Most City Council members agreed that the money should be used as originally intended: to support tourism marketing efforts.
Councilman Rey Saldaña (D4) said this week he will not vote in favor of a proposed hotel fee unless some of the money is set aside to fight homelessness.
Designs for the Broadway overhaul are almost finalized, but some cycling advocates aren't pleased with the lack of bike lanes on some portions.
City Council unanimously approved new zoning rules Thursday that are designed to bring clarity to proposed developments.
Bryan Preston, a backer of the Alamo Plaza redevelopment plan, has resigned as communications director for Land Commissioner George P. Bush.
City Council approved San Antonio's first ordinance to regulate short-term rentals Thursday on an 8-2 vote.
North St. Mary's Street is overdue for a "complete street" overhaul, several area residents and business owners said Tuesday.
The plan includes creating a single entry point to a portion of the public plaza and relocate the Alamo Cenotaph, two of the most contentious elements.