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Category Archives: housing

Denver’s $150M tax-and-fee plan for affordable housing heads to full City Council for debate

A Denver affordable housing plan that would support the building of thousands of income-restricted units has been cleared for a full City Council debate.

Denver’s $150M tax-and-fee plan for affordable housing heads to full City Council for debate

A Denver affordable housing plan that would support the building of thousands of income-restricted units has been cleared for a full City Council debate.

City leaders continue to question how Denver will pay to create affordable housing

A week before a Denver City Council committee is set to consider advancing an affordable housing plan, some council members still have concerns about how to pay for it.

Home prices drop in metro Denver as affordability becomes an issue

The number of metro Denver homes for sale increased 10 percent from June to July, but decreases in the number of new listings and the number sold in July indicate a seasonal market plateau.

Metro Denver apartment supply ignoring the affordable market

Three out of five apartments built in metro Denver since 2014 came with rents at the top one-third of the market, while only one in 15 came with rents in the bottom third of the market, according to an analysis from Zillow.

Boulder judge reverses eviction of mobile home tenant who protested water bill

A Boulder District Court judge has ruled in favor of the Boulder mobile home tenant who faced eviction for her symbolic refusal to pay a water bill, but the decision will likely be appealed.

Denver councilmen take aim at blocky, modern townhomes rising in older neighborhoods

Two Denver City Council members plan Monday to introduce a proposed one-year moratorium on townhouse development that uses a “garden court form” — without much of a garden.

Public gets chance to weigh in on Denver’s affordable housing plan

Denver residents, housing advocates and other members of the public at a Thursday meeting often expressed urgency for a more ambitious affordable housing initiative.

No parking? Denver City Council looks at halting some development plans without it

The Denver City Council this week advanced a proposed moratorium that would give the city time to tighten a rule allowing developers to provide no off-street parking on small lots.

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