HOW WE WORK
Urban Land Conservancy acquires, develops and preserves community real estate assets in urban areas for a variety of community needs such as schools, affordable housing, community centers and office space for nonprofits. ULC’s unique approach and creative methods to improve the Denver region through strategic real estate development has been noted in CityLab from The Atlantic and The Guardian.
Challenging community projects require more capital, resources, and coordination than any single organization may possess. ULC provides expertise and resources to facilitates the community development process.
In circumstances where an existing community asset is in danger of closing, ULC works to preserve the building and land so that the organization can continue to serve the community.
‘OURS TO OWN’ DENVER INITIATIVE
The Urban Land Conservancy is joining a movement of people who believe that we can all
have a stake in building a strong, equitable future for the Denver Metro area. Check out the
‘Ours to Own’ Denver video to learn about our work and what’s to come in the future.
Together, we’re investing in the local economy. We’re preserving real estate for community benefit. We’re helping small businesses grow and create jobs.
10 YEARS STRONG
Urban Land Conservancy celebrated 10 successful years in 2013 by showcasing properties and programs including Holly Square, Westwood Unidos and the Transit Oriented Development Fund.
Urban Land Conservancy’s successful community impact depends on partnerships with public, private and nonprofits organizations. Each of our real estate investments include partner organizations, from affordable housing developers and schools, to municipalities and nonprofits working in shared space facilities. Collaboration is critical to our metro wide planning efforts.