# Denver affordable housing
Denver considers lending $2 million for affordable apartments to developer
(Denver, Colo.) Denver is considering loaning a developer about $2 million to preserve affordable housing in the city. If approved by the City Council, RAHF V. Argonaut LLC will receive $1.1 million and RAHF V. Drehmoor LLC will receive $752,875. Both are subsidiaries of a New York developer with experience rehabilitating affordable apartment communities, Jonathan Rose Companies.
Update: Committee approves low-income senior housing
Denver may lend a developer $1.25 million toward building modern low-income senior housing at 2189 N. Valentia St. The Denver City Council's Safety, Housing, Education and Homelessness Committee approved the loan Wednesday. The full City Council also must sign off on the loan.
Denver loans developer $8.3 million for affordable housing complex
The Denver City Council voted Monday to loan $8.3 million to a developer who plans to build a large affordable housing community at the intersection of 38th and Holly. At buildout, the $93 million project by Delwest will feature eight three-story buildings, according to a presentation by city staff for the City Council. There will be 84 one-bedroom units, 104 two-bedroom units, 36 three-bedroom units and 29 four-bedroom units. The four-bedroom units will be three stories with attached garages, according to the presentation.
Colorado ramps up housing of homeless amid crisis
Denver affordable housing advocate Jonathan Cappelli says Colorado did a lot for his cause this legislative session, but much more needs to be done. The state soon will invest $650 million, mostly in federal American Rescue Plan Act dollars, for housing and homelessness. About two-thirds will go toward housing and the rest will fund homeless services campuses, like the one Aurora wants to build.
Committee approves amenity-rich affordable housing at Holly in Denver
New apartments planned for 38th and Holly in Denver.Photo byCity and County of Denver. A large apartment complex boasting 253 “affordable” units may rise at 38th and Holly in Denver.
Update: Logan Street studios to stay affordable housing
Logan Street studio apartments in Denver.Photo byGoogle Street View. (Denver, Colo.) A 63-year-old building containing 325-square-foot studio apartments in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood will remain “affordable” housing.
Denver puts moratorium on mobile home park development
(Denver, Colo.) The Denver City Council voted Monday for a moratorium on developments at mobile home parks. Councilmembers say they’re trying to protect precious affordable housing in the city. In recent years, mobile home park land has been sold from right under the homeowner, leaving them with nowhere to live.
Park Hill Golf Course may become tree-filled neighborhood
The former Park Hill Golf Course may become a new Denver neighborhood abundant with greenery. The Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved Tuesday what’s known as a small area plan for the golf course property. The plan guides how development would occur at the golf course. Councilmembers Candi CdeBaca and Paul Kashmann voted against the plan. The full City Council still must approve the plan for it to become law.
Committee recommends extending contracts to house homeless at hotels
Denver's Safety, Housing, Education and Homelessness Committee on Wednesday recommended extending two more hotel contracts to house the homeless. The Super 8, 5888 N. Broadway, or Comfort Inn, 401 E. 58th Ave, will shelter people experiencing homelessness.
City sells five lots to Habitat Metro Denver for $50
(Denver, Colo.) Denver City Council sold five parcels of land Monday to the Denver Habitat for Humanity affiliate for $10 apiece. Habitat Metro Denver agreed to build affordable housing on the land. Each site will include a single-family home and an accessory dwelling unit if permissible.
Denver considers building, renovating affordable housing
(Denver, Colo.) More affordable housing may be coming to Denver. The city is considering two proposals: one to build new townhomes, the other to rehabilitate older affordable housing units. The City Council discussed the proposals at the Public Safety, Education and Homelessness Committee meeting last week.