August Update

Have You RSVP’d for the Grand Opening of Evans Station Lofts?

We’ll see you August 27th from 2-4 pm to celebration the TOD Fund’s first full circle development success.  ULC development partner Medici Communities will be giving tours of this neo-vintage mixed-use development at 2140 Delaware St. and trust us, you will be most impressed!  Architect Magazine recently wrote a story about TOD in Denver, with specific mention of the positive impact of Evans Station Lofts.


Come check out Denver’s newest transit oriented development, enjoy some local BBQ, craft beer by Strange Brewing Company and meet the partners who made it all happen!

Denver TOD Fund Celebrates Full $15 million Utilization!

Congratulations to all of the partners and investors who created, implemented and are managing the Denver TOD Fund.  The full $15 million has been utilized – 2 years ahead of schedule!

Read all about the history of the Fund, how it has been used and what the future holds!

SAVE THE DATE – ULC Annual Summer Soiree!
You are invited to celebrate 10 years of success with ULC at our annual Summer Soiree!  At this special 10 year celebration we will feature a never seen before video highlighting our work and partners.  You won’t want to miss it so mark your calendars now for:
September 19th
5:30pm – 8:00pm
Curtis Park Community Center
2940 Curtis St.
Denver, CO  80202
RSVP’s will be requested – you can do so early if you would like to reserve a spot:
ULC tours new Boys & Girls Club at Holly Square

ULC’s Debra Bustos a Finalist for Denver Business Journal’s Business Woman of the Year!


Our very own VP of Real Estate, Debra Bustos was nominated and selected as a finalist for Business Woman of the Year in Real Estate by theDenver Business Journal. If you work with Debra you know it is a well deserved honor, her impact on Denver’s communities has been exemplary.

Congratulations Debra!

Denver’s Land Trust Models Create Permanently Affordable Homes


Denver is highlighted again for innovative stewardship around affordable housing at transit stations.  This report is particularly interesting as it addresses how Community Land Trusts (CLT) are meeting needs to ensure that affordable homes are created and preserved at transit sites AND the affordability of those homes are preserved for the long-term.