Housing Crisis: Denver's New Program Offers Temporary AssistanceThe City of Denver is delivering on part of its promise to help those who feel like they’re being priced out of the city.
Rental Prices Continue To Climb In Denver Metro AreaA report released Wednesday from rental tracker Apartmentlist.com suggests that rent in Denver is still on the rise.
HUD Secretary Visits Mixed-Income NeighborhoodThe U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development visited Denver on Monday.
Landlord-Tenant Guide To Help Denver Residents With Rental DisputesWhile the Denver metro area has a low unemployment rate, research shows resident incomes cannot keep up with the rising cost of housing in the area.
City Shuts Down Affordable Housing, Tenants Now Living In ParkDenver has shut down an apartment building to "protect the residents," but now those residents have found themselves with nowhere to go.
Denver Unveils 5-Year Housing PlanDenver Mayor Michael Hancock and city leaders released a five-year plan for providing more housing opportunities for residents in need on Friday.
Affordable Housing Being Built That Only Teachers Can BuyA school district, a non profit, and a local government are all working Together 4 Colorado.
Former Dorm For Nurses To Become Senior HousingA total of 49 seniors will soon have an affordable place to call home in Denver.
New Public Housing Helps The Working PoorThe Denver Housing Authority announced the completion of 523 new rental units in Denver.
Boulder Takes Unique Step To Preserve Affordable HousingThe City of Boulder closed on a deal to buy the Ponderosa Mobile Home Park for $4.2 million.
Hancock Outlines City's Strengths, Weaknesses In State Of The CityDenver Mayor Michael Hancock emphasized many issues in his State of the City address, including affordable housing.
More Affordable Housing Under Construction In DenverA groundbreaking ceremony in Denver’s Curtis Park neighborhood Wednesday was organized to celebrate a new affordable housing project.