New Globeville apartment project to provide housing for people with disabilities, low incomes

A rendering of the Elisabetta apartment project, a 91-unit affordable development coming that broke ground in Globeville May 3, 2018. The building will include 22 units for people with disabilities. An apartment project going up in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood will provide housing for two groups that advocates say have too few places to live in Denver: people with disabilities and those who make less than the area median income. The Elisabetta project will bring 91 apartments to 5120 Broadway, a vacant lot known as the “west campus” for Laradon, a nonprofit organization that since 1948 has provided services to local infants, children and adults with disabilities. Once the Elisabetta is… Read More

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Home prices outpace wages across Northern Colorado | Pueblo Chieftain

Home prices outpace wages across Northern Colorado

New apartment buildings line a street in trendy downtown Denver. (AP Photo, File) GREELEY — Home affordability in Weld County and the Greeley area is not what it once was, and that’s because wages aren’t keeping up with the cost of Denver and the rest of Northern Colorado’s home prices, according to a housing report released last week. Weld County is among nine counties in Colorado ranked among the least affordable for home purchases in the U.S., according to Attom Data Solutions. The company assembles an affordability index every quarter, which measures a county’s home affordability based on the share of income needed to buy a median price home in… Read More

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