Denver Affordable Housing Program Aims to Create More Workforce Housing

View here

According to a Denver Post article, Chipotle may partner up for a pilot program that aims to buy down rents on up to 400 market-rate apartments, to increase the amount of affordable housing in Denver. Some of those apartments will likely house Chipotle employees — provided they meet the income requirements — as part of an effort to create more workforce housing.

Comcast are also reportedly in talks to participate, as well as the Anschutz Foundation and the Colorado Health Foundation.

Image courtesy of City and County of Denver.

Previous post

JJ'S Sweets Set to Open New Offices in Boulder

Next post

Glendale 180 Development Back on Track

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *