Legacy at Alazan
The San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) is excited to spearhead the development of The Legacy at Alazán — formerly referred to as Alazan Lofts — a new 88-unit community, and expand the quality of affordable housing.
SAHA partnered with the NRP Group and garnered 9 percent Low-Income Housing Tax Credits from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) to build the development.
The Legacy at Alazán will be an example of a modern, affordable housing development with amenities such as a community center, central heating and air conditioning and other conveniences older developments built in the 30s and 40s lack.
The San Antonio Housing Authority and The NRP Group LLC are proud to celebrate the history and future of the Alazán community with the groundbreaking of The Legacy at Alazán, a new apartment community.
The virtual groundbreaking features the unveiling of a special community altar, created by two local artists. Through contributions from community members, the altar pays tribute to those in the community that have come before.
The new development will have 80 affordable units (40 public housing units) and 8 market-rate units.
8 | 1 bedroom
58 | 2 bedrooms
22 | 3 bedrooms
Jan. 28, 2019
Preliminary discussions on the possibility of The Legacy at Alazán were discussed with residents during a community meeting.
Feb. 27, 2019
SAHA staff met with Alazan neighborhood residents to discuss its submission for a 9 percent Low-Income Housing Tax Credit grant and its plans to bring new affordable housing to the community.
Nov. 14, 2019
SAHA returned to the Alazan community to unveil new architectural design concepts and three color palette concepts for the buildings.
April 29, 2020
Approximately 30 participants attended a virtual meeting on April 29, 2020, to provide suggestions for a new name for Alazan Lofts.
Following community voting, the Alazan Lofts were officially renamed to The Legacy at Alazán on Aug. 12.
|2017||SAHA began discussions of increasing affordable housing options on the Westside of San Antonio.|
|JAN. 2018||SAHA hosts public meeting to propose The Legacy at Alazán to community.|
|FEB. 2018||San Antonio City Council approves SAHA to pursue Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) Tax Credit funding.|
|JULY 2018||Tax Credits not awarded.|
|FEB. 2019||San Antonio City Council approves SAHA to pursue TDHCA Tax Credit funding for a second time.|
|MARCH 2019||SAHA and NRP submitted an application for 9% tax credits to TDHCA.|
|MAY 2019||SAHA residents appealed and persuaded the TDHCA Board to overturn staff recommendations to decline The Legacy at Alazán tax credit application.|
|JULY 2019||TDHCA awards tax credits to The Legacy at Alazán development.|
|AUG. 2019||SAHA residents stood in support with The Legacy at Alazán as it cleared City Council approval for zoning.|
|MAY 2020||SAHA hosts final community meeting to help rename Alazan Lofts.|
|JUNE 2020||SAHA and NRP to close on the development.|
|AUG. 2020||Following community voting, the Alazan Lofts were officially renamed to The Legacy at Alazán on Aug. 12.|
|NOV. 2020||Construction is expected to begin.|
|APRIL 2021||Leasing is expected to begin.|
|OCT. 2021||Construction is expected to be completed.|