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» March 7: Weston Urban's 32-story apt tower gets $7.5M subsidy; Esperanza center plans rehab of casitas; Charter amendment you'll be voting on in May; Newcomer to S.A. buys historic building on West Commerce

» Feb. 21: Photos: Snow blankets downtown San Antonio overnight; When homeless declined help in subfreezing weather, outreach workers persisted; With no water or heat, seniors living at Granada Apartments went into survival mode

» Feb. 14: Pandemic derails GrayStreet Partner’s plans for Broadway East; Pinkerton's Barbecue, named one of Texas' best, set to debut in downtown; CPS Energy sells 10-story River Walk building to California firm; Hemisfair Civic Park gets encouragement from City Council, despite delays

» Feb. 7: Beer garden to replace Little Rhein Steak House; Construction begins on Labor Street mixed-income apartments in Lavaca; Pinkerton’s Barbecue to open Feb. 13 at Weston Urban park; San Antonio’s housing program could expand to offer up to six months rental aid

» Jan. 31: UTSA starts downtown expansion with 6-story building; Rental and mortgage assistance could expand to 6 months; Opening a business in a pandemic; new plan for Alazan Courts

» Jan. 17: Hemisfair’s Civic Park now scheduled to begin construction this fall; Hixon-Cavender partnership plans next phase of Broadway mini-neighborhood; Pop-up mercado featuring 25-plus Farmers Market Plaza tenants now open

» Jan. 10: Maverick Park makeover, which includes new dog park on Broadway, nears completion; Pop-up mercado featuring 25-plus Farmers Market Plaza tenants now open; Chefs Steve McHugh and Robert Cantu to helm eateries at luxury hotel opening in February

» Jan. 3: Top downtown San Antonio stories of 2020; The most-read stories of 2020; 2020: Year in pictures

» Dec. 20: Former Frost HQ renovation now costing San Antonio $141M; Trailblazing downtown apartment tower wins initial approval from design review board; Thai restaurant, tiki bar Hello Paradise now open on East Grayson

» Dec. 13: Weston Urban’s 32-story apartment tower to go before HDRC this week; Museum Reach Lofts, rare affordable housing near Pearl district, welcomes first residents; Funeral home owner planning apartment-condo mid-rise downtown

» Dec. 6: Pearl developer seeks $3.6M worth of incentives for latest apartments; Rosario’s plan to demolish majority of El Mirador building receives first approval; Holiday scenes

» Nov. 29: Weston Urban high-rise 'blazes trail' for downtown growth; Downtown's latest park opens; New England firm buys Hotel Contessa; Holiday scenes during a pandemic

» Nov. 22: Weston Urban plans 32-story apartment tower; Plus: Dallas developer plans 5-story apt complex as first phase of Broadway East; Housing activists take protest to SAHA CEO's home

» Nov. 15: H-E-B buys River Walk land north of Arsenal headquarters; West Side debates historic district; Rosario’s new Southtown digs; Express-News relocating to Light building; Pabst's plans culture park

» Nov. 8: Rosario’s owner seeks to demolish former El Mirador building; San Antonians celebrate Biden-Harris win; Housing aid surpasses 20K families served; City Council OKs compromise in Government Hill case

» Nov. 1: Victoria Commons draws new concerns from Lavaca neighborhood; Newsmatch is here! Your donation will be matched now through the end of the year.

» Oct. 25: Cattleman Square Lofts lands key partnership; Día de los Muertos at Hemisfair and Pearl goes virtual; Texas’ massive early voting numbers

» Oct. 18: NIOSA-style event draws criticism amid Covid-19; It's time to call BS on workforce housing; SAHA, West Side groups debate Alazan Courts residents relocation

» Oct. 4: Massive $560M Broadway East development near Pearl set to begin next month; Cadillac Bar, a 45-year institution, closes its doors; Downtown San Antonio restaurants navigate low tourism, financial losses

» Sept. 27: Gov't Hill rezoning worries other communities; Councilman Treviño reflects on defeated Alamo master plan; Alazan-Apache Courts named national endangered historic place; Rosario's could move

» Sept. 20: City Council approves $24M more for housing relief; Cattleman Square Lofts receives council backing; Downtown shade competition underway

» Sept. 13: Housing Trust acquires Friedrich complex for $68.7M redevelopment; Artist Anne Wallace still cementing the history of Lavaca, San Antonio’s oldest neighborhood; Tampico Apartments lands key city incentive

» Sept. 6: Granada Homes building could get major renovation via SAHA partnership; Heritage Plaza in south downtown welcomes first tenants; Popular ‘Love Lock Bridge’ to be temporarily moved

» Aug. 30: Cattleman Square Lofts closer to construction. Plus: Why some subsidized housing is beyond reach; Crumbling Spanish Governor’s Palace wall rebuilt

» Aug. 23: NIOSA organizers blast Maverick Plaza plan. Plus: City Council OKs rezoning residential land for commercial use in Gov't Hill case; St. John's Square delayed

» Aug. 16: SAHA, Lynd Co. now partners on West Josephine Street apartment project. Plus: South Side food ministry serves 28 communities in South Texas.

» Aug. 9: La Villita’s Maverick Plaza makeover gets fresh new look. Plus: Starbucks not opening on contentious Gov't Hill property; Black Lives Matter-inspired street message now borders Travis Park

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