Earning less than $64,500 a year? Only a third of houses are in your price range
It probably won’t surprise you to learn that the number of affordable homes with two to four bedrooms has fallen 24 percent from last year, according to an analysis from Redfin. But that means that only 33 percent of homes are now considered affordable for a household earning an income in the 50th percentile for Denver, $64,500 a year.
At that income, a household can spend 28 percent of monthly income on a house that cost at most $378,287. The average two to four bedroom house costs $549,500, according to Redfin.
All those numbers lead to another number of course. Redfin finds that Denver is the 12th least affordable for homeowners in that income bracket, which they characterize as working-class earners.
East High shooting: Coroner confirms body is suspect’s as students plan protest
The Board of Education has replaced its Thursday meeting with an executive session about school safety.
Big money floods the fight over the Park Hill Golf Course — 155 acres of Northeast Park Hill
All but six of the contributions are from outside the neighborhood.
“We just buried Luis”: East High parents, students fume after another shooting and call for stricter security
On their way to school today, students walked past a memorial to Luis Garcia, who was shot outside East earlier this year.
East High shooting: Police say they’ve found a body near the suspected shooter’s car in Park County. One victim remains in the hospital.
Police have not identified the body. However, authorities removed a shelter in place order for the area.
Sun Valley is rapidly changing, but a History Colorado project wants to keep the neighborhood’s memory alive
“This is an opportunity to make sure that the history of this neighborhood is told by those of us who lived it."
PlatteForum’s latest show features the work of a rising star in the Denver street photography scene — and his mentees
Anthony Maes mentored high schoolers for six weeks teaching them about street photography. Their work is now on display together.
Kelly Brough’s partner has long influenced city politics on behalf of businesses like Frontier Airlines, Kroenke and large developers
David Kenney would have to step back from business with the city if Brough is elected mayor.
So you voted for a candidate who dropped out of the election. What happens to your vote?
We asked the Clerk and Recorder's office about what happens to votes for candidates who withdraw from the race.
More than $1 million in taxpayer money went out to mayoral campaigns in final payment
The Fair Elections Fund spent more than $7 million total but didn’t run out of money, as many feared.
Tamayo and Toro are premiering a bee-themed menu to raise awareness about the climate crisis facing our honey-making friends
The special menu and philanthropic campaign will be available through April 23.
Denver is paying out $110,000 for two liability claims involving police
The two cases date back to 2014 and 2020, and involve a SWAT raid and unlawful search and seizure.
Denver metro area had more than 13,000 permits filed for new apartments last year
More than a million units are under construction nationwide.
An unlikely union between a hospital and a writers’ workshop is helping medical workers with trauma
"If this was a drug, you’d be going to FDA to try to get it approved."
Outside spending for mayoral hopeful Johnston gives him the edge in money race
A LinkedIn co-founder has contributed $779,804 to an independent expenditure committee supporting Mike Johnston.
Alfonzo Porter, Denver Urban Spectrum editor-in-chief, has died
"He was a compassionate brother and he wanted to see what's best for our community.”
Park Hill Golf Course developers tried to silence nonprofit Sisters of Color this week
The nonprofit is suing the developer over how it handled a lease.
Hear tribal storytelling, eat frybread and get COVID boosted at the 47th annual Denver Powwow this weekend
Come for the culture and get a vaccine shot.
Things to do in Denver this weekend, March 17-19
St. Patrick's Day festivities continue, the National Alpaca Show and more!
What happened to Bison No. 4 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science?
Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 5 are all safely housed in the archives. So what about their four-lorn friend?
Socialists and Republicans agree on something: both oppose developing the Park Hill Golf Course
Habitat for Humanity, the Denver Streets Partnership and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association say vote yes.