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In June of 2021, Nonprofit Urban Land Conservancy (ULC), Denver Public Schools (DPS), and Denver Housing Authority (DHA) purchased the former Johnson & Wales University Denver Campus to repurpose it for community access and benefit. Today, the owners announced they have officially renamed the campus “Mosaic Community Campus.” The new name was attained through an
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Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) would like to acknowledge the passing of Geraldine “Gerie” Grimes on May 11, 2022. Ms. Grimes was a pillar in her community and beyond, providing leadership to organizations such as the Center for African American Health, Denver Early Childhood Council, Colorado Black Women for Political Action, Holly Area Redevelopment Project (HARP),
ULC Supports Nonprofits with Affordable Commercial Space: Creating Collaborative Office Hubs is a Big Part of our Mission
Written on June 1, 2022 at 7:29 pm
Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) is known for its work counteracting displacement through preserving, developing, stewarding, and managing permanently affordable housing, libraries, schools, and parks. However, it is often a surprise to many that ULC’s efforts to address community disparities include the acquisition, ownership, and management of commercial buildings throughout the Denver Metro Area. Ever budget-conscious, nonprofits
Written on April 3, 2022 at 5:20 pm
Fourteen years ago, Bill Morris walked into an adult day program and watched four men expertly take apart electronics. He noticed how focused, interested, and downright skilled they were at the task. They also all happened to be on the autism spectrum. Morris knew these men had marketable skills and wondered if he would be able to find them some longer-term employment.
Written on April 3, 2022 at 4:58 pm
To use the technical term, the crawlspaces were disgusting. The year was 2010, and my company, GB3 Energy Solutions, had been hired to weatherize the crawlspaces at ULC’s Dahlia Street Apartments.
Re:Vision and Urban Land Conservancy Partner to Make RISE Westwood A Site for Optimum Community Benefit
Written on April 1, 2022 at 11:21 pm
Denver – Denver-area nonprofit, Re:Vision, helps cultivate thriving, resilient communities by developing local leaders, growing community food systems, and building a locally-owned economy.