A company called residential construction paper has been building a residential building in the area around the former Alamo City Airport.
The building was built using paper and plywood, and has been plagued with construction delays.
On Thursday, the San Antonio Express-News reported that the project is slated to begin construction in late October, and is expected to be completed in late 2021.
The Express-Info reported that, despite having been under construction for almost a year, the building is still scheduled to open by 2020.
The project was originally slated to be finished in 2021, but construction has been pushed back several times since then, the paper reported.
The site is located about half a mile from the former airport, and the construction project was supposed to begin in mid-2018.
According to the paper, the airport will be demolished, and a large area will be converted into a parking lot for the project.
The newspaper reported that “The building is intended to serve as a public transportation hub for the city of San Antonio.”
The paper also said that “the project is being funded through private donations and the purchase of a land parcel adjacent to the airport.”
A spokesperson for the San Marcos-based company, however, told the paper that the building will be built “without any of the current or future construction materials.”
It’s unclear whether the company is actually building the building, or if it’s just working on the paper to get it built.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.