The Northfield Apartments officially opened their doors to residents on Nov. 4.
New Affordable Housing Fund Exempts Stapleton Builders
All Denver residents will pay a tax and most builders will pay a development impact fee under Denver’s new affordable housing fund approved by Denver City Council Sept. 19 on a 9-4 vote.
Op-Ed Denver’s New Affordable Housing Fund
Editor’s Note: The Front Porch received the op-ed below in opposition to the new affordable fund and solicited the piece in favor so readers can consider opposing views side by side.
Affordable Housing Fund Ordinance Headed to Council for Vote
The Denver City Council will vote Sept. 12 whether to create a permanent affordable housing fund whose revenue sources would be a 0.5 mill property tax and a “linkage” fee assessed on most new development.
Proposed Fund Raises Questions for Affordable Housing in Stapleton
Affordable housing has been an issue of abiding interest in Stapleton as rental and affordable for-sale units have lagged behind the goals established in the development agreement with Denver in 2001.
Focus on Affordable Housing Intensifies
Mayor Hancock says Denver has a housing crisis.
Construction Starts on 165 Afforable Homes
Construction has begun on the single largest affordable for-sale homes project in Stapleton.
Affordable Housing: Beyond Mistrust to Action?
A meeting to air frustrations about lack of progress in meeting Stapleton’s affordable housing goals moved quickly to common ground on the daunting challenges facing housing activists and builders.
Thrive to Build 165 Affordable Rowhomes
Thrive Home Builders will construct 165 affordable rowhomes along Central Park Blvd. north of I-70.
Affordable Housing Project At MLK and Moline
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.