While residents of Denver’s first tiny home community for those experiencing homelessness officially opened it’s doors in late July, the community hosted a grand opening ceremony on Saturday (August 12th). The community, which is home to 11 tiny houses, a kitchen, shower facilities, restrooms and a community garden, is the first of its kind in Denver.

Cole Chandler of Beloved Community Mennonite Church, a significant force behind the development’s completion, read off a lengthy thank you list during the grand opening – proof that this project truly took a village. That “village” is known as Colorado Village Collaborative (CVC), a group of organizations who spent countless hours turning their vision into a reality.

The community, which sits at the corner of 38th and Walnut in the RiNo neighborhood, was given a 180 day permit by the city. Future locations for the tiny homes are currently unknown, but they were designed to be fully transportable and moved to new locations when needed.

See below for photos from the event, and congratulations to all of those involved with the Colorado Village Collaborative, your hard work has finally paid off!

Cole Chandler (left), members of the Colorado Village Collaborative and tiny home residents spoke during the grand opening.
Cole Chandler (left), members of the Colorado Village Collaborative and tiny home residents spoke during the grand opening.
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