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Curtis Park Neighborhood
The Curtis Park Nonprofit Center sits adjacent to the Curtis Park Community Center. Urban Land Conservancy acquired both buildings in 2012 through the support of Denver’s Office of Economic Development (OED).
Following the property acquisition, the Curtis Park Nonprofit Center underwent a series of renovations to create a shared space for nonprofits. The nonprofit center opened in December 2012. At the present time, Curtis Park Nonprofit Center houses six nonprofit tenants. These tenants each provide services to residents through the Denver region. The nonprofit center sits just five blocks from several bus routes and four blocks from a light rail station. Consequently, Curtis Park Nonprofit Center provides additional affordability along transit corridors.
Written on April 18, 2017 at 9:41 pm
ULC recently announced the sale of the Curtis Park Community Center to anchor tenant Family Star Montessori School. We will continue to own the land under the school in a 99 year land lease, ensuring the building will provide community beneficial services for generations!
Written on August 4, 2013 at 4:41 pm
The Curtis Park Nonprofit Center is a shared space, currently housing several nonprofits including: Family Star Montessori, African American Leadership and Summit Church. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a vibrant space with other nonprofits serving the Denver community. ULC is currently working to create opportunities for an enhanced shared space environment allowing
Written on June 6, 2013 at 7:59 pm
CPNC is now home to 7 nonprofits: Family Star, African American Leadership, Denver Shared Space, Radian Resources, Summit Church, Burns and Brent Counseling and Consulting, and Tubman Hilliard Global Academy. We are really excited to have a full working nonprofit center, and we are starting to look into options for creating an even more efficient
Written on December 19, 2012 at 11:23 pm
Introducing ULC’s newest nonprofit center! Since ULC acquired this historic building in January 2012, major renovations have been completed to create a new affordable shared space for nonprofits. Opening in December 2012, the center will support the following nonprofits: African American Leadership Institute, Family Star Montessori School administrative offices and the Denver Share Space Project