Spring thaws long-vacant Tundra VillagesSpring thaws long-vacant Tundra Villageshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=189652018-02-05T06:00:00Z2018-02-05T22:55:00Z

​​ZIGA ARCHITECTURE STUDIO An artistic rendering shows the renovated community, now called Palo Alto Villas, which will feature 136 fourplexes.SAN ANTONIO – Tundra Village, a South Side town home development that has sat vacant and overgrown for nearly a decade, is getting new life thanks to a group of investors and developers.

Developer TVPA Partners, which bought the blighted property in 2017 and renamed it Palo Alto Villas, plans to turn its 136 town homes.

While the properties are built as four-​plexes​​, they will be marketed and sold as affordable individual units. 

The group plans to renovate 15 units at a time. 

The project will cost roughly $30 million, and the first 15 homes should be finished by the end of 2018. 

Each building features two 1,513-sf, single-story units and two 1,971-sf, two-story units, all of which include three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a garage.
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