Who’s next to lead Denver on the housing front? You tell us.

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The next rendition of Who's Next is upon us. Last time — with your help — we found the city's future political leaders. This time we'll spotlight the Denverites who will lead the next chapter in a book every urban area in America is struggling to write: housing.

We're trying to find the future stars of housing in Denver.

This Who's Next: Housing class will be comprised of the people, projects and philosophies that will lead the way up a steep Denver hill lined with a shallow housing stock, struggles with change, and diverging opinions on good design.

Denverite's "Who's Next: Politics" gala at the ART Hotel, June 7, 2018. (Alyson McClaran for Denverite)
Alyson McClaran

Think about who is grappling with these issues, but isn't yet an established voice. We want to meet people who have the potential to make a marked difference on Denver's housing scene in the future. She could be an advocate for people experiencing homelessness. Or an architect. Or a designer or a planner. Or a developer -- for-profit or otherwise. Maybe it's someone in the construction field or a lawmaker with fresh policy ideas to curb displacement.

You're tapped into this city, and we want to build this list by tapping into you.

You nominate 'em, we'll vet 'em, then give them the platform they deserve. Plus! We'll have a party where you can meet the future leaders in housing.

To nominate someone, fill out the form below. The deadline for nominations is Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 5 p.m.

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