RE/MAX, in its most recent monthly housing report, found home sale closings in September were down more than 19 percent from September 2017/
The point-in-time survey, taken earlier this year in an annual attempt to understand the problem, found 427 veterans on Denver streets.
The city says it's working on that.
Four Colorado state lawmakers talk human psychology, immigration, TABOR. Oh, and affordable housing.
It's not that they were ducking the issue — housing touches on so many aspects of our lives.
These are some of the buildings that developer Paul Books, who owns and is adding to the Rossonian, was unable to acquire when he was seeking to own the entire block.
Clinica Tepeyac, serving Hispanic and low-income communities, will anchor a $250 million development in Globeville
Denver's Urban Land Conservancy owns the land that will be home to the clinic, housing, commercial and community space.
Nobody would have guessed this old Five Points building housed 70 Porsches before it was sold and given new life
Found among the stuff the car-mad previous owner left behind: A treasure trove of magazines purchased in 1978 from an old Denver car museum when it closed its space near the old Gates Rubber factory.
A heated Denver City Council meeting took a step toward guaranteeing affordable housing for 60 years rather than 20
Some of Denver's dwindling affordable homes come with a time limit, but council could extend it.
Developer Andrew Feinstein addressed concerns at a Cole Neighborhood Association meeting, saying the project is intended to meet community needs.
The city is asking how developers would turn an old East Colfax strip club into a mixed-use development with affordable housing.