Division of Grants Monitoring and Administration
Accomplishments

Madonna neighborhood Center Improvement 

Madonna

Madonna Center is a community center founded in 1939 by the Sisters of Divine Providence as the Girls’ Club of San Antonio. The center provides child care services for children between the ages of 2 months and 12 years, and a variety of recreational and educational programs for senior citizens and families, along with emergency assistance and basic necessities for families in crisis. This project is located at 1906 Castroville Road in Council District 5. The City of San Antonio provided $100,000 in CDBG funds toward the rehabilitation of a single story wood structure dwelling of approximately 2,400 square feet. 

Masters ranch apartments 

mastersranch

Masters Ranch is a 252 residential unit development located at 3435 E. Southcross Blvd in Council District 3. The community features 76 one-bedroom units, 120 two-bedroom units, and 56 three-bedroom units. Eighty-four units were built to handicap accessible standards to accommodate persons with disabilities, including wounded veterans and senior citizens. The City of San Antonio provided $1,467,158.72 in HOME funds for the multi-family development. Two hundred and thirty seven units are low-income restricted.

Lenwood Heights 

lenwood

The Lenwood Heights Phase I Subdivision was developed by Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio. Habitat works with low and very low income families to build quality affordable houses, and sells the homes to first time home buyers through a zero percent interest mortgage. This project is located at 227 S. Acme Rd in Council District 6. The City of San Antonio provided $1,959,100 in HOME funds for the development of 55 single family homes.  

Esperanza at palo alto apartments 

Palo Alta Apts

Esperanza At Palo Alto is a 322 residential unit development located at 12305 SW Loop 410 in Council District 4. The community features 12 one-bedroom units, 154 two-bedroom units, 140 three-bedroom units, and 16 four-bedroom units. In addition, a 3,400 square foot community center, BBQ/picnic areas, playgrounds and a swimming pool. The City of San Antonio provided $1,587,322.86 in HOME and $600,000 in CDBG funds for the multi-family development. All 322 units are low-income restricted.

hope village 

Hope Village

The Hope Village Subdivision was developed by Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio. Habitat works with low and very low income families to build quality affordable houses, and sells the homes to first time home buyers through a zero percent interest mortgage. This project is located southeast of the intersection of Joe Blanks Street and SW 41st Street in Council District 6. The City of San Antonio provided $125,000 in CDBG and $50,000 in HOME funds for the development of 21 single family homes. 

Neighborhood place 

Neighborhood Place is a community hub that brings services and resources together to empower families on the economically-challenged Westside of San Antonio hosted and operated by Family Service. These services include parenting education classes, Financial Empowerment Center, Youth Against Gang Activity (YAGA), English and GED classes, and mental health counseling. This project is located at 3014 Rivas Street in Council District 5. The City of San Antonio provided $472,000 in CDBG funds for the upgrade of the HVAC and replacement of the roof.