On Wednesday, October 18, Maiker Housing Partners celebrated the grand opening of the second and final phase of its multigenerational community, Crossing Pointe South. The new community will serve families earning 30 – 60% of the area median income in Thornton.
“The Crossing Pointe project began in 2014 with a vision to bring a multigenerational affordable housing community to Adams County,” said Peter LiFari, CEO of Maiker Housing Partners. “Here at Maiker, we’re dedicated to building and fostering communities that will bring joy and opportunities to individuals, families and our Thornton residents for years to come.”
Located on the corner of 104th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard, Crossing Pointe South features 142 units for families. This community has a variety of one-, two- and three-bedroom units, along with amenities including a fitness center, community gardens, a business center and active play equipment for children.
Following Crossing Pointe North, a 64-unit apartment complex for low-income seniors ages 62 and older, Crossing Pointe South completes Maiker’s vision of a vibrant, affordable, healthy multigenerational community, serving as a blueprint for the future of multigenerational housing in the metro area.
Maiker Housing Partners celebrated the grand opening with featured speakers, leaders and project partners including: Peter LiFari and Steve Kunshier with Maiker Housing Partners; Thornton Mayor Jan Kulmann; Adams County Commissioner Eva Henry; and Colorado Housing Finance Authority’s Chief Communications and Community Partnerships Officer, Jerilynn Francis.
Maiker Housing Partners is disrupting generational poverty through socially conscious community development in Adams County. The company serves all residents of Adams County by providing access to affordable housing options and community services, and partnering with others in real estate to rehabilitate and preserve affordable homes.