# Aloft hotel
Denver lets homeless stay at Aloft hotel through December
(Denver, Colo.) After Denver approved a $2.4 million contract, homeless people living at the Aloft hotel downtown can stay there until the end of the year. The contract pays Aloft, 800 15th St., to provide 140 rooms for $95 per night through Dec. 31 for a cost of $2.4 million.
Denver committee approves contract to clean, sanitize hotel after use as homeless shelter
(Denver, Colo.) Although a Denver City Council committee approved a contract Wednesday to clean the Aloft hotel after its use as a homeless shelter, that doesn't necessarily mean people experiencing homelessness will be moving out anytime soon.
Denver council delays housing homeless at hotel
(Denver, Colo.) The council office announced Thursday that the Denver City Council wouldn't meet Monday because it won't have a quorum. Several council members will be attending a conference.
Denver postpones vote on contract to house homeless in hotel
(Denver, Colo.) Denver City Council postponed for a week Monday a controversial vote on whether to extend a contract to house people experiencing homelessness at Aloft hotel. The council did not vote on the postponement. Councilmember Debbie Ortega invoked a rule allowing the postponement known as 3.7. Ortega said she could not attend the committee meeting where the contract originally was discussed.
Neighbors complain about homeless living at Denver hotel
(Denver, Colo.) Neighbors of the Aloft hotel in downtown Denver say they're frustrated by litter on the street and people smoking meth outside the hotel. The city uses the hotel to house people experiencing homelessness at risk of catching COVID.
Homeless might continue to occupy Aloft hotel in downtown Denver
Correction: The story incorrectly reported the city approved the contract extension with Aloft. The council will discuss the issue on June 6, Councilmember Chris Hinds said. The story also incorrectly reported the amount of the contract from July through the end of December. It is for $2.4 million. Denver has spent $13.3 million to house people experiencing homelessness at Aloft since 2020.
Neighbors complain about homeless at Aloft hotel
(Denver, Colo.) Several Upper Downtown Neighborhood Association members told the Denver City Council Monday that homeless people staying in Aloft hotel openly use drugs, catcall passersby, and produce trash and feces that litter the streets.
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