“On Thursday, Sept. 17 at 11:00 a.m. ET, Washington Post Live will bring together government officials, industry leaders and entrepreneurs, including Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.), Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock for a live event focused on how cities and states are utilizing data analytics and AI in their efforts to … [Read more…]
“” view the Site Plan PDF submitted to Colorado Housing and Finance Authority for funding Blueline Devlopment, Inc and Shopworks Architecture submission to Colorado Housing and Finance Authority for funding of Charity House Apartments, LLLP as obtained through Freedom of Information Act to CHFA June 2020.
“1. Describe the bond financing structure and include the following: a. Total amount of bonds with a breakout of construcNon period bonds vs. permanent bonds. Charity’s House is requesting $6.5 Million in total bonding capacity. This amount will be bought down to $4,596,000 at conversion to perm. b. Bond issuer (please specify whether you … [Read more…]
“Charity’s House uses a Housing First Model as well as Harm Reduction and Trauma- informed approaches in its Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Development. Housing First embraces the idea that people participating in a PSH program should be given housing even if they are struggling with issues of chemical dependency, mental illness and/or other barriers … [Read more…]
Charity House Apartments, LLLP Ownership Structure Charity House Apartments, LLLP Devlopment Structure Colorado Housing and Finance Authority Freedom of Information Act June 2020.
“For the purpose of this budget, staffing for both Charity’s House and the Mental Health Center of Denver have been included. A 15-year budget has been developed, taking into consideration sources that are guaranteed (cash flow and developer’s fee/PSH 5% boost) but knowing that reimbursable costs to Medicaid will fluctuate based on clients’ engagement … [Read more…]
“The plaza next to the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library, located along Welton Street in Five Points, is no longer being considered as a potential site for one of up to three possible sanctioned homeless encampments in Denver, Mayor Michael Hancock announced on his Facebook page Tuesday evening. “After further investigation into suitability, we … [Read more…]
“That proposal didn’t last long. A site along Welton Street in Five Points is no longer being considered for a city-sanctioned homeless campsite, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said on his Facebook page Tuesday evening. The post came just three days after Hancock announced, also on Facebook, that a strip of city-owned property between Sonny … [Read more…]
“At her cafe located just a few blocks from Sonny Lawson Park, Fathima Dickerson often serves meals to some of the people who live on the streets. “For me, living and working in Five Points, that library, that park, have always had a history of homelessness,” says Dickerson, general manager of the Welton Street … [Read more…]
“For a little over two years, the Group Living Advisory Committee, or GLAC, led by Senior City Planner, Andrew Webb, has been working to revamp Denver’s Zoning Code. Presumably, with the blessing of Mayor Michael Hancock and two at-large city council members, the GLAC has developed the complex and far-reaching, 184-page, Group Living Amendment. … [Read more…]