Kniech is one of two at-large members of the council, meaning she represents the entire city rather than an individual district.
Denver City Council unanimously voted to approve the initial investments into community projects that will cost $193 million in total.
Hundreds of Denver residents will soon get mail from the city telling them that they may be living in homes they shouldn't — and asking for their cooperation.
Cynthia Lopez was nearly forced to sell her home because she never knew that it was part of an affordable housing program, according to her attorney.
Affordable housing projects in Denver are not always actually affordable for everyone struggling home costs in the city.
Denver's elected leaders on Tuesday approved the course for the city's next five years of spending on affordable housing.
Gov. John Hickenlooper issued his last State of the State speech Thursday, telling Colorado lawmakers one last time to "giddy up!"
A 2015 ordinance gives Denver the right to buy affordable housing units are about to convert to market-rate rents. It hasn't exercised that right yet.
All in Denver's idea of issuing debt for housing is getting traction with some City Council members, but the Mayor's Office isn't going all in just yet.
Frustration with lack of information led two council members to essentially vote against free money for housing.
Investors just promised $24 million to keep Denver neighborhoods affordable — and then they’re going statewide
A coalition of nonprofits and foundations will create one of the largest private investments in affordable housing that Colorado has ever seen.
City officials want to buy the Colorado Department of Transportation's current headquarters in southeast Denver and then sell the land to a developer.
To take the Assessment of Fair Housing survey is to be forced to think about inequality and where you fall on the spectrum of limited opportunities.
An estimated 27,000 units of affordable housing won’t get built in Colorado under the GOP’s current tax plan
The Republican tax plan could have a major impact on private funding for affordable housing projects, and Colorado would be one of the most affected states.
"We left, which is sad because I made Denver my home and was planning on making Colorado my home for a lifetime, and that just became an impossibility."
They've ended up being a "tool of privilege," said Renee Martinez-Stone, but it doesn't have to be that way. "This is a tool that could keep people in place."
Concerns and criticisms about the early execution of Denver’s major new affordable housing effort led to several votes against Mayor Hancock's proposed budget.
There's something unusual about the 252 units of affordable housing Dominium plans to build near the 61st and Peña A Line station in northeast Denver.