Tennyson Center for Children

Denver

Urban Land Conservancy made our first real estate investment with the Tennyson Center for Children in January 2011. Following a significant capital campaign, Tennyson Center for Children (TCC) purchased the property back from ULC. In order to stay in compliance with ULC’s terms, TCC agreed to sell the property to a nonprofit entity with an education-focused mission should they sell in the next 89 years. This agreement guaranteed the furthering of ULC’s mission to positively impact communities for long term benefit.

At the present time, the Tennyson Center for Children provides supportive and educational opportunities for children K- 12. TCC aims to reintegrate children back into safe families, supportive schools and vibrant communities. For over 100 years, TCC has helped children who have experienced severe abuse, neglect and/trauma change their life story.

About the Tennyson Center for Children

Written on October 10, 2011 at 2:07 am

In January of 2011, Tennyson Center for Children (TCC) purchased the city block where it operates at 29th Avenue and Tennyson Street in northwest Denver from ULC. Based on an innovative model in which ULC purchases urban assets in order to maintain, preserve or redevelop them for community benefit, ULC purchased the one-block, 4.12 acre
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