66 units of affordable housing come to Yale light rail station

The units will be occupied by households earning up to 60% of the area median income.

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Denver officials cut the ribbon on Garden Court, a four-story building with 66 affordable housing units Wednesday. The units will be occupied by households earning up to 60% of the area median income.

The $14.7 million project was financed in part by the the Denver Transit Oriented Development Fund and the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, and is considered part of Mayor Hancock’s “3×5” challenge.

Building amenities include patios and balconies, nine-foot ceilings, a fitness center, bike storage and a courtyard with barbecue grills, according to a press release.

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