Urban Land Conservancy purchased Race TOD in April of 2015 with support from the City and County of Denver. This also marked ULC’s second acquisition using the Calvert Foundation’s Facility Fund. The transit oriented development (TOD) is located approximately two blocks from RTD’s proposed 48th and Brighton commuter rail station on the N Line, which is expected to open in late 2019.
In 2018, ULC announced Columbia Ventures, LLC as our development partner for the $250 million TOD, with plans to include both permanently affordable housing options and community serving commercial space. This aligns directly with our mission to provide affordable rental and community space for residents in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood. Race TOD will also be the new home of Clinica Tepayac, a health clinic providing culturally competent care and health services to the medically underserved.
On Tuesday, ULC announced Zocalo Community Development as the master developer for our $200 million, six-acre Race Street Transit Oriented Development (TOD) site in Denver's Elyria Swansea neighborhood. The planned mixed use development, set to be completed in multiple phases over several years, will include up to 560 residential units, as a combination of mixed-income rental Continue Reading
With significant support and partnership with the City and County of Denver's Office of Economic Development, ULC successfully acquired a 6 acre site in the Elyria Swansea neighborhood in Denver. Purchased in April 2015, ULC plans to develop the site to be a mixed-use development that will including affordable housing and other community assets. This Continue Reading