Facts about Mountain View Nonprofit Tower

Written on January 29, 2015 at 11:14 pm

Purchased August 2014 using “Ours to Own” Facility Fund (December) | Located on the corner of 16th and Downing (1 block from Colfax) | 35,000 SF | 7 Stories 130 jobs | Affordable Office for Nonprofits | Over 1,000 clients receive services on site | ULC will invest additional resources to improve the building facilities and
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Facts About Thriftway

Written on June 16, 2014 at 5:00 pm

Size: .67 acre  |  Location: Morrison Road in the heart of Westwood  |  Details: ULC acquired Thriftway after property was abandoned and sat vacant for 15 years  |  Demolition of the blighted building occured in summer 2014  |  Future redevelopment plans will be created during a community visioning process through Westwood Unidos and Healthy Places
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About the Holly Square

Written on September 26, 2013 at 2:12 am

The former Holly Square Shopping Center, located between Holly and Hudson streets north of East 33rd Ave., in the Northeast Park Hill neighborhood of Denver, CO, was destroyed by arson in May 2008.  The property was purchased in April 2009 by ULC with assistance from the City of Denver’s Office of Economic Development.  ULC oversaw
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Facts About Park Hill Village West

Written on March 18, 2013 at 11:07 pm

Park Hill Village West (PHVW) |  Size: 9.4 acres  |  Location: Smith Road and Colorado Boulevard in Northeast Park Hill  |  Details: ULC purchased PHVW (the largest land purchase as of March 2013) using Denver’s TOD Fund and investment from The Piton Foundation and Gary Community Investment Company. 156 affordable homes will be built in
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About the 11th Avenue TOD

Written on July 9, 2012 at 10:00 pm

ULC acquired 11th Avenue TOD in July of 2012 using Denver’s Transit-Oriented Development Fund.  This is the 7th property acquired with the TOD Fund.  ULC will partner with Rocky Mountain Communities who plans to construct 58 affordable senior homes less than 1/4 mile from the Sheridan Station on the West Rail Line.  This 5 story
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About Curtis Park Community Center

Written on February 7, 2012 at 2:11 am

Urban Land Conservancy (ULC), with support from the City and County of Denver’s Office of Economic Development, was proud to announce the acquisition of the Curtis Park Community Center in January of 2012.  The property includes two buildings:  a 13,000 sq. ft. community center building (including a gym and training/meeting space) and a smaller administrative
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About Blake TOD

Written on December 1, 2011 at 7:07 pm

Blake TOD is a 1.4 acre property at 38th Street and Walnut Street. This is the site of the first stop on RTD’s future East Corridor Commuter Line connecting Downtown Union Station to Denver International Airport. This property, which has been vacant for the past year, will be stabilized and eventually developed as a mixed-use
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About the 2000 Block of Glenarm

Written on October 10, 2011 at 2:19 am

Urban Land Conservancy (ULC), in partnership with St. Andrews Church, bought two, 12,500 square foot parking lots at the 2000 block of Glenarm, one block from the transit stop at Welton and 20th in Downtown Denver.  ULC sold ownership of the property to St. Andrew’s Church in 2017 who plans to develop the property in the future
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TOD Land Banking downtown at 25th & Stout

Written on October 10, 2011 at 2:18 am

Urban Land Conservancy acquired this land from a real estate company donation.  The property abuts Agape Church and is two blocks away from the 25th & Welton light rail station in a burgeoning Downtown Denver neighborhood.  ULC’s partner is Northeast Housing and they have a redevelopment plan to build 9 “healthy homes” as a pilot
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About the Jody Apartments

Written on October 10, 2011 at 2:16 am

Adjacent to the future Sheridan light rail station, Jody Apartments is a 62-unit multifamily community on two plus acres of land situated on the edge of Denver at 10th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard. Acquired by a consortium composed of New West Side Economic Development (NEWSED), the City and County of Denver, the State Division of
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