“” read the entire article Heinz, Eric. Business Den 23 July 2021.
“Two key affordable housing developments targeted for people experiencing homelessness were approved for City financing by Denver City Council tonight. Investments totaling $3.7 million, to be made through Denver’s Department of Housing Stability (HOST), will support 187 income-restricted units in Capitol Hill and Northeast Park Hill. “We’re continuing to partner with many organizations to … [Read more…]
UPDATE 20 OCTOBER 2020 : GROUP HOUSING REGULATIONS ADVANCES TO CITY COUNCIL AND EXPECTS TO VOTE OCTOBER 2020. SUBMIT COMMENTS TO CITY COUNCIL SUB COMMITTEES: Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee at Councilman Chris Herndon (Chair) District 8 at 720-337-8888 or [email protected] Councilman Amanda P. Sandoval (Vice Chair) District 1 at 720-337-7701 or [email protected] … [Read more…]
“Denver’s real estate management agency suffers from poor record keeping, the lack of a centralized real estate portfolio, and no formal communication procedures to the city’s financial reporting office, Denver Auditor Timothy O’Brien’s office found. Executive Order 100 in 2010 established the Denver Finance Department’s Real Estate Division to manage the city’s properties — … [Read more…]
Charity House Apartments, LLLP Service Plan PDF Low Income Housing Tax Credit Narrative PDF Resident Selection Plan PDF Final Drawings submitted to Colorado Housing and Finance Authority for funding PDF City Comments on Concept Review January 9, 2019 PDF Charity House Ownership Structure PDF Colorado Housing and Finance … [Read more…]
“Construction is expected to begin at Arapahoe Street and end at the west side of Welton Street. The project is set to begin in fall 2019 and be completed in the late spring/early summer, 2020. Construction Update: 6/12/19 Status: The last piece of pipe has been installed in this phase of the 27th Street … [Read more…]
“Just passing along a friendly reminder that residential street sweeping begins Tuesday, April 2 and runs through November. In the past, Denver’s street sweepers have removed phosphorous, copper, lead, zinc, chloride and mercury off our streets, which is why it’s so important for residents to move their vehicle on street sweeping day. It helps … [Read more…]
“MEDIA ADVISORY March 27, 2019 Denver Strengthens Permitting Procedures to Increase Safety and Access around Construction Zones DENVER –Denver Public Works is releasing updated procedures that aim to lessen construction impacts to people as they move about the city and to improve access to adjacent homes and businesses. The department worked in conjunction with … [Read more…]