Housing density and parking, two of the most talked-about urban planning issues in San Antonio these days, were in the spotlight Tuesday afternoon.
A Dallas-based development firm will continue to pursue a taller office building – but not at 11 stories.
The Commission on Tuesday approved multifamily zoning that allows no more than 50 units per acre.
Zoning decisions shouldn’t be based upon answering the singular question of whether an infill project fits in with the neighborhood.
The City’s Zoning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a revised request to rezone a four-acre industrial tract in Southtown for apartments.
The Zoning Commission voted 4-3 to reject a request that would change the zoning of a Southtown industrial site to residential use.
A proposed viewshed ordinance would protect areas around local landmarks such as the Pioneer Flour Mill, Confluence Park, and Ruby City.
The City’s Zoning Commission voted 7-4 to deny a zoning change for a South Flores Street industrial site where the property owner wants to build a multi-story apartment complex.
Men hold a quarter more positions on City committees and boards on average than women do, a recent analysis by the Rivard Report shows.
The controversial rules that would regulate so-called “homesharing” platforms will be presented to City Council, which will make the final decision.