Urban Land Conservancy Recognized by Denver Post for Critical Role in Affordable Housing Development
With the recent grand opening of Park Hill Station Apartments in Denver’s northeast Park Hill, the Urban Land Conservancy was recognized by the Denver Post for their critical role in Denver’s affordable housing scene. The article, written by Jon Murray, showcased our dedication towards increasing the affordable housing market, and subsequent role as a major behind the scenes player in this arena.
“…The Urban Land Conservancy has been involved in a number of affordable housing successes, working against the tide of skyrocketing rents and home prices that are squeezing even middle-income families out of the city,” Murray wrote.
The article cited both past, present and future projects, and highlighted many of our greatest overall accomplishments. This includes our 27 project sites to date, our investments stimulating over $400 million in development and our future vision for the affordable housing market in Denver.
Recognition of ULC’s role in creating and preserving opportunities for affordable real estate is appreciated, we are grateful to Jon Murray and the Denver Post for shining a light on one of the most serious issues Denver and its residents face: skyrocketing housing costs. ULC will continue our work in strategically preserving and investing in Denver’s affordability for the good of all residents living and working throughout the region.