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Northeast Park Hill Neighborhood
Urban Land Conservancy purchased ArtWay North (formerly known as Park Hill Village West) in March 2013. Denver’s Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Fund and program related investments from the Piton Foundation and Gary Community Investments financed the acquisition. In 2014, ULC partnered with DelWest for the first phase of development, 156 units of affordable housing. Future development will include both rental and for-sale affordable housing as well as community and commercial space. ArtWay North is a destination along the future 303 ArtWay.
Written on March 20, 2013 at 2:49 pm
Fifty-four thousand children live in the 14 mile stretch from northeast Denver to Green Valley Ranch, known as the Children’s Corridor. Nearly 35,000 of these children live in poverty, with little or no access to affordable housing, high performing schools or quality healthcare. The Urban Land Conservancy’s purchase of Park Hill Village West (PHVW) will
Written on March 18, 2013 at 11:07 pm
Park Hill Village West (PHVW) | Size: 9.4 acres | Location: Smith Road and Colorado Boulevard in Northeast Park Hill | Details: ULC purchased PHVW (the largest land purchase as of March 2013) using Denver’s TOD Fund and investment from The Piton Foundation and Gary Community Investment Company. 156 affordable homes will be built in