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File #: 21-4219   
Type: Real Property Sale
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 6/17/2021
Posting Language: Ordinance declaring as surplus and approving the disposition and conveyance of a City-owned vacant property located at the intersection of San Salvador and Denver. The property will be conveyed to San Antonio Affordable Housing, Inc., the non-profit entity of the Office of Urban Redevelopment the Urban Renewal Agency for the City of San Antonio to be used for the affordable homes program. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; VerĂ³nica R. Soto, Director, Neighborhood & Housing Services]
Attachments: 1. MAP, 2. Denver (Porter St) Title Commitment, 3. Letter of Agreement - NHSD Porter Surplus, 4. Draft Ordinance
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DEPARTMENT: Neighborhood and Housing Services



SUBJECT: Disposition of a vacant City-owned property within NCB 2988


An ordinance declaring as surplus and authorizing conveyance of a City-owned vacant property within NCB 2988 for the city's affordable home program, located in Council District 2.


The City of San Antonio owns a vacant property located within NCB 2988, Block 4, Lot 3, 4, 13, 14 & S 7.35 ft of 5 & 12 (BCAD ID 138738), located in Council District 2. The 0.4912-acre tract was originally acquired by the City of San Antonio in 1910 as a part of a larger tract used as an abandoned gravel pit. Within the last 10 years, the City completed the extension of Denver Boulevard from Clark Avenue to San Salvador Street. This extension divided the original larger tract into the two vacant tracts of land. San Antonio Affordable Housing, Inc is proposing to use the south tract of 0.4912 acres as the site for the construction of two prototype affordable housing projects.

San Antonio Affordable Housing (SAAH) is proposing the Single-Family Prototype Pilot Project to help meet the deeply affordable housing demand in San Antonio for families between 50-80% of the current average median income (AMI).

Under Municipal Code, all city-owned property must be declared as surplus before the property's disposition (sale). The request to declare a property as surplus is submitted to the Public Works Real Estate Division. The request and exhibits are then sent to departments and municipal-owned utilities that provide services to or construct infrastructure on the properties. City departments and municipal-owned utilities respond if there is a need for the property or if the property may be disposed of. There was no opposition to this request to dispose of property located within NCB 2988, Block 4, Lot 3, 4, 13, 14 & S 7.35 ft of 5 & 12 duri...

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