Dominium Changes Name of Affordable Senior Housing Property in Aurora

A rendering of Acero at Metro Center, courtesy of Dominium.

Dominium, a leading affordable housing owner, developer and manager announced today a new name for its affordable senior housing development in Aurora: Acero at Metro Center.

The four-story building will feature 222 apartment homes for seniors 55 and older who earn 30%-70% of the area’s median income. The 293,000-square-foot complex is located near light rail and several major highways, shopping, medical centers and Denver International Airport. Amenities will include a clubhouse, a business center, an exercise facility, a library and a beauty salon. The community will also feature a pocket park and public art.

Acero at Metro Center will offer 105 one-bedroom and 116 two-bedroom apartments. The property is expected to begin leasing in September 2025 with availability beginning early in 2026.

“Acero at Metro Center will offer high-quality affordable housing to seniors in need in Aurora,” said Ron Mehl, Dominium senior vice president and project partner. “Dominium and our lending and investment partners are proud to create 222 new affordable homes for Colorado seniors.”

Founded in 1972, Dominium is a leading national owner, developer, and manager of affordable apartment communities with offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix, and Minneapolis. Owning and managing over 38,000 homes at over 230 sites in about half of all U.S. states, Dominium is known for creative solutions to unique and challenging development projects, and property management expertise.

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