Myers’ company, Thrive, has built approximately 200 homes in the affordable program, and it has had only one foreclosure. With rule changes the city made in October, his sales went from 30 in a quarter to 3. His company did an analysis and determined that 9 out of 10 buyers he had closed on in his latest project would never have been approved under new guidelines.
Updates this month: 1) Lucky’s Market Breaks Ground in Lowry. 2) Beeler Park to Get a Panda Express. 3) Beeler Park Also to Get a Taco Bell. 4) Kappa Senior Apartments at Northfield and Central Park Blvds. 5) Denver Discovery To Stay Open for 2019-2020 School Year. 6) Rep. DeGette Addresses Questions and Issues on the Subject of Impeachment. 7) Enterprise Car Rental Under Construction in North Stapleton. 8) 190 Apartments Coming to Beeler Park. 9) What’s the big construction project on the east side of Central Park Blvd at 47th?
Updates this month: 1) Why do we still have A Line train horns? 2) New Stapleton Hotel on Peoria. 3) How does proposed drilling legislation differ from the current law? 4) New Preschool Planned for North Stapleton. 5) Affordable Housing Update. 6) Cajun Seafood Coming to Quebec Square
Architectural design has begun on a $50 million addition to the Paul Sandoval Campus.
At the Feb. 21 Citizens Advisory Board meeting, Damon Knop, a realtor knowledgeable about Denver’s income-qualified homes program, shared concerns about a recent change in the allowed ratio of housing-debt to income for buyers.
The Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN) neighborhood survey of almost 1,000 residents revealed the single most-desired future retail amenity in Stapleton is Sprouts.
Kappa Housing, Inc. has received the tax credits needed to finance construction of a 70-unit senior housing project at Northfield and Central Park boulevards.
Northeast Denver News Updates for October 2018
NE Denver news updates for September 2018
News updates and briefs for the NE Denver area