Thrive Home Builders will construct 165 affordable rowhomes along Central Park Blvd. north of I-70.
If tax credits are secured, Retirement Housing Foundation will build a 2.2-acre housing site oriented toward families with incomes ranging from 30 to 60 percent of the area median income.
As Stapleton nears build out, attention is turning to affordable housing requirements that seem unlikely to be met by the time market-rate homes are built out.
The Denver City Council has approved a condo construction defects ordinance with the goal of having more multi-unit for-sale dwellings on the market.
Forest City representatives presented a preliminary site plan for the first phase of Section 10 in the northernmost part of Stapleton
Updates on upcoming for-sale and for-rent affordable units in Stapleton Denver.
Mayor Michael B. Hancock has proposed an annual source of funding to build and maintain affordable housing.
In 2000, Stapleton’s plan called for dispersed affordable homes throughout the neighborhood. The national affordable housing policy is just catching up with that concept. Read about how it’s going in Stapleton and why it’s important.
At the request of the Stapleton Development Corporation, Forest City in August presented a report on the status of affordable housing in Stapleton. At buildout, a total of 4000 rental units and 8000 for-sale homes are anticipated in Stapleton.
Why don’t more people of color move to the neighborhood? Why has rental and affordable for-sale housing lagged? Community members talk about diversity (or lack of it) in Stapleton.