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02.16.16   RENAISSANCE NORTH COLORADO STATION OPENS ITS DOORS

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless opened its newest affordable supportive housing development at the corner of 40th and Colorado today, with the governor and mayor in attendance.

 

The project includes 103 units ranging in size from studios to 3 bedrooms, with approximately 25% of the units reserved for homeless veterans. The building utilizes energy-efficient and healthy materials, systems, and finishes, and incorporates a variety of community spaces such as a courtyard children’s play area, large gathering rooms, and community gardens.

12.11.15   CITYSCAPE GRAND OPENING

Our senior housing development in Belmar is officially open! The building already boasts a waiting list for income-restricted units, while some market-rate units remain available for lease.

 

A time-lapse video of construction can be viewed here:

http://www.mwhsolutions.org/cityscape-at-belmar.html


10.05.15   IGNITE: BOULDER

Yong was a featured speaker at the Ignite event in Boulder. He discussed the role of affordable housing in creating a great city. You can read more here:

Westword article     

Boulder Daily Camera article

09.15   LEED CERTIFICATIONS

The Denver Housing Authority’s Mariposa Phase 4 low-income housing project (pictured at left) was recently honored with LEED Platinum status. The Avondale Apartments building, which also houses Studio C’s offices, earned LEED Gold status for new construction.


08.17.15   NEW AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT

We received the commission for Aurora Housing Authority Westerly Creek Phase 3.  This is 75 units of family and senior affordable housing.

08.2015   REDTAIL PONDS AWARDS

Our recently completed Redtail Ponds project recently won two awards: the 2015 Award of Excellence for Affordable Housing Project for the Colorado chapter of the organization and the 2015 Award for Best Affordable Housing Design from the Mountain Plains Six State Regional Council. The $12.4 million project located in Fort Collins has leased 27 of 40 permanent supportive housing units for homeless individuals with disabilities and homeless veterans and 12 of 20 affordable housing units for individuals at 30 percent to 50 percent of the area median income.