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Santa Fe Arts District
In 2011, ULC acquired Santa Fe Ten for $1.35 million using Denver’s Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Fund. ULC purchased this property as an affordable housing preservation in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood. The site includes 16 units of affordable apartments, over 7,400 square feet of retail space and a newly renovated warehouse to provide affordable rental property for mission minded organizations.
Written on March 9, 2016 at 4:13 pm
Housed at ULC’s Santa Fe Ten property in Denver, Knotty Tie is changing the world one tie at a time.
Written on June 27, 2012 at 5:50 am
This week’s staff meeting found us in the chic and modern workspace of Hangar 41 in the Santa Fe Art District. ULC is partnering with the architecture firm in the redevelopment of Santa Fe Ten, which is also located in the heart of the Art District. Santa Fe Ten is a mixed-use property purchased with
Written on May 3, 2012 at 8:23 pm
Urban Land Conservancy is thrilled to welcome Santa Fe Ten’s newest nonprofit tenant: Spark Theater. Spark Theater’s live theater programs offer a variety of performance options during the year to serve everyone in the community- the seasoned as well as novice theater attendees. At Spark they offer less seating than more traditional theaters which allows our audience to
Written on October 10, 2011 at 12:04 am
Santa Fe Ten, located in Denver’s Santa Fe Arts District, is the fifth property ULC has acquired using the Transit-Oriented Development Fund. ULC purchased this .31 acre property in August of 2011 for $1.35 million, preserving 16 units of affordable housing and 7,400 square feet of commercial space. “The preservation and structural improvement of Santa
Written on August 23, 2011 at 11:19 pm
Urban Land Conservancy Preserves Affordable Housing in Denver’s Santa Fe Arts District – Acquires 5th Transit Oriented Development Fund Property DENVER—The Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) purchased its fifth property for $1.35 million using Denver’s Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Fund on Tuesday, a unique fund specifically set up with ULC, Enterprise Community Partners, City and County of