San Antonio Housing Authority Plans to Break Ground on Downtown Affordable Housing this Summer

Apr 7, 2020

From San Antonio Business Journal

The San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) is breaking ground this summer on a 200-unit affordable housing community in downtown San Antonio — a rare opportunity. While SAHA has owned the land since 1994, it was previously used as a storage site. The $22 million construction project will result in all 200 apartment homes offered at below-market rent available to residents earning between 30 percent and 80 percent of the area’s median income (AMI).

SAHA believes the apartment units will be a welcome relief to hospitality and tourism workers in the area — allowing them to be able to find housing that fits their budget close to where they work.

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