"There’s over 5,000 undeveloped acres owned by churches, synagogues, mosques. That's a massive land bank."
There was some debate on council as members called for more community representation on the group, but the nominees were approved by a firm majority.
Beloved Community is Denver's first modern, legal housing community built by and for people experiencing homelessness, and it's changing the conversation.
"We choose sanctuary as a response to this historical moment," writes Rabbi Adam Morris of Denver's Temple Micah.