November 19, 2011 Update

Our mission is to acquire, develop, and preserve community assets in urban areas for a variety of community needs such as schools, affordable housing, and office space for nonprofits. 

ULC Acquires 6th Property Using Denver’s Transit-Development Fund!
ULC is proud to introduce Blake TOD, our newest real estate investment along FasTracks.  This 1.4 acre property will be developed as a mixed-use site with an emphasis on affordable housing.  Development on this site will be catalytic to the Cole neighborhood in Denver, with much needed access to transit at the Blake Street Station scheduled to be operational in early 2016.
Councilman Albus Brooks in Council District 8 where Blake TOD is located said, “As a resident of Cole and leader in this district I have a particular interest and excitement for ULC’s current proposal for the 38th and Blake station.  I look forward to our continued partnership as we move forward.”
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 Blake TOD, on the future East Line Commuter Line of FasTracks

ULC’s Director of Real Estate, Debra Bustos, Presents at
ULI Colorado TOD Marketplace


Congratulations to ULI Colorado on a very successful and well attended 2011 TOD Marketplace!  mile high vista

ULC’s Debra Bustos was honored to participate on a panel discussing Innovative Finance – financing TOD in Metro Denver.  It was a great opportunity to talk to more than 100 developers, planners, city representatives and architects about Denver’s Transit-Oriented Development Fund.  ULC has drawn down over half of the $15mil Fund in only 19 months – proving the success of innovative finance around transit.
Mile High Vista – developing  a new Denver Public Library,
70 units of Affordable Housing and a Commercial Building

Please Participate in a Survey from the Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships, ULC and Piton Foundation – tell us what the office space needs are in Denver’s Nonprofit Community!
The Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships, Urban Land Conservancy, and Piton Foundation invited you to provide us with some information to update our survey results and gain understanding of the current space needs of Denver’s non-profit community. Your participation will help the City of Denver and its partners better understand how to use and direct its resources to support nonprofit shared space efforts and better meet community need.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Josh Burdick at with questions, thank you for your participation!