Councilwoman Kendra Black wants Denver to use much more of its marijuana money to get housing built, and she's not alone.
The Colorado Village Collaborative plans to build second a village of small houses on parking lots around St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
Denver’s nontraditional housing — like tiny homes and arts co-ops — could stick around with changes under consideration
As demand for housing rises, people are trying out new ways to live together — and they're not always obeying the law when they do it in Denver.
A Denver tiny home village experiment has people interested — and gawking — so they’ve added a colorful fence
While Denver's experimental tiny home village for the homeless is supposed to arouse interest in affordable housing issues, residents are feeling like they're on display.
Culebra Peak, one of Colorado's 14,000-foot summits, has sold to an undisclosed buyer along with 18 smaller peaks, all part of the Cielo Vista Ranch.
After two months building the units and a communal bathhouse at 38th and Walnut Streets, formerly homeless residents will begin to make settle into the tiny houses.
Denver leaders are considering creating Colorado's first "tourism improvement district," which would allow the city to charge extra taxes and fees to hotels.
Within a matter of months, 14 people could be living in small, off-grid houses on a currently vacant property near 38th and Walnut streets.
We decided to take a quick trip for a fresh look at what goes on over there on West Colfax.
A group led by the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado wants to place yurts on vacant lots in Denver as temporary homes for homeless people.