Legal representation is key for Denver residents facing eviction, study says, and most don’t have it
It's a high-stakes process that can leave people without a home, plus an eviction record that will follow them for years.
“Built up demand” driving all these projects coming to University, University Hills and University Park
"There's a lot of built up demand" for apartments, said Austin Peterson, principal at Apex Real Estate Solutions. "You can't build them fast enough."
It's one of a number of steps Denver is taking to offer concrete financial help to those most affected by displacement.
The Dinerstein Companies is planning 178 units near Seventh Avenue and Grant Street and another 350 units near Evans Avenue and Colorado Boulevard.
Bummed that you're paying luxury rent to live in a construction zone? Let's look into the future.