On June 8, 2021, Urban Land Conservancy (ULC), Denver Public Schools (DPS), and Denver Housing Authority (DHA) finalized the purchase of the former Johnson & Wales University Denver campus in Denver’s Park Hill Neighborhood. Through the partnership of our three organizations, as well as additional partners St. Elizabeth’s School, Kitchen Network, Work Options, and Archway Communities, and others, we expand our collective impact to create a public space that will promote health, economic security, community spaces, quality education, affordable housing, culinary arts training, and more.

The name “Mosaic Community Campus”  was selected from among 110 submissions submitted by community members and stakeholders through a six-month process. All names were considered and vetted by a 14-person committee including representatives from campus organizations, neighborhood groups, and representatives of each of the former colleges that resided on the campus.


Owner’s Association

An Owner’s Association (OA) was created in early 2022 to govern the operations of the common area on the campus. The OA Board consists of representatives from each of the campus owner organizations. Board members are

Aaron Martinez, VP of Operations and Sustainability, Urban Land Conservancy (OA President)- amartinez@urbanlandc.org

Erin Clark, Chief Real Estate Investment Officer, Denver Housing Authority- eclark@denverhousing.org

Sara Walsh, Director of Planning, Denver Public Schools- sara_walsh@dpsk12.org


Campus Partners

To get in touch with one of the campus partners, please see the contact information below:

 Sodexo (Grounds Security & Maintenance) 

Denver Public Schools  

Denver School of the Arts  

Archway Communities  

Denver Housing Authority  

St. Elizabeth’s School  

Kitchen Network  

Urban Land Conservancy  

If you do not see an answer to your question in our FAQ’s, please email us at parkhillcampus@urbanlandc.org