The city's director of housing development, Rick Padilla, now will lead a team that ensures developers and homeowners are complying with affordable housing rules.
With that, Denver completed Mayor Michael Hancock's goal to "build, rehabilitate and preserve" at least 3,000 affordable housing units over five years. Actually, they're four units over the goal.
Colorado has a few perception issues that could make it difficult to lure companies to the state. Yes, marijuana's one of them.
Denver City Council voted Monday to do something the city doesn't usually do: use its business incentive fund for a major retailer.
The Food Corridor helps kitchen incubators and other commercial kitchens fill their space with aspiring food businesses.
The Colorado Economic Development Commission approved the three incentive packages Thursday during its monthly meetings.
Denver gets $423,000 to help workers find retail jobs. Finding positions with a living wage will be “a challenge.”
Denver was awarded a new grant earlier this month that's expected to help connect about 350 people with jobs in the city's rapidly growing retail industry.
Housing for seniors is getting harder to find all across the state.