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Housing Solutions Lab

Helping cities plan, launch, and evaluate equitable housing policies

San Antonio

San Antonio skyline With support from Bloomberg Philanthropies, San Antonio was a part of the Housing Solutions Lab’s Large City Peer Network. The Network brought housing officials and leaders from 10 cities together to share information about how they were responding to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and associated housing challenges.

San Antonio was also a participant in the Local Housing Solutions Institute, an intensive program of seminars, strategic consultation, and team-building designed to help cities and counties refine and strengthen their housing strategies. With funding from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, LHSI participants convened for a weeklong in-person retreat in 2019.

lhs-strategy-profile Read more about San Antonio’s strategy to promote housing affordability and equity.


Analyze IconAccording to our Housing Needs Assessment Tool nearly 8,000 units of federally subsidized housing in San Antonio are set to expire between 2020 and 2025. Some of these units will remain within the subsidized inventory through preservation transactions.

Bar chart showing that nearly 8000 federally-assisted housing units are set to expire between 2020 and 2025, 2500 will expire between 2026 and 2030, and nearly 3000 will expire after 2030.

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