Marie McGuire

211 N. Alamo
San Antonio, Texas 78205


Reference for 1950’s McGuire photo: Zintgraff Studio Photograph collection, MS 355, University of Texas San Antonio Libraries Special Collections from the Institute of Texan Cultures

Built in 1925, Marie McGuire Apartments has served a variety of purposes throughout the years.  First known as the Ogilvie Building, it served as an office/parking facility.  In 1979, SAHA purchased the building and dedicated it as the Marie McGuire Apartments to provide affordable housing to San Antonio.  After over 30 years serving as SAHA residences, the building was closed for a major renovation.   Renovations included a complete upgrade of all residential units, common spaces, HVAC system, and parking lot and building facades.

In 2014, SAHA reoccupied the renovated building as the Lofts at Marie McGuire and it currently serves 63 elderly/disabled residents. 

Units         63
0 Bdrm      18
1 Bdrm      39
2 Bdrm      6
  • Laundry facilities on each floor
  • Large Community Room with Kitchen
  • Arts and Crafts Room
  • Atrium
  • Central Heat and Air
  • Off Street/Gated Parking

  • Regularly planned community activities
  • National Night Out
  • Monthly health education programs
  • Golden Gala Celebration
  • Food Bank program for ages 60+

  • Elementary Schools: Bowden  Elementary School
  • Middle Schools:Wheatley Middle School
  • High School: Brackenridge High School