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3 New Housing Developments That Promise Reasonable Rents

Denver isn’t just preserving affordable housing. It’s also building multifamily residences where rents for one-bedrooms top out at $1,200.


Park Hill Village West (pictured above)
4055–4124 Albion St.
Opening Date: Spring 2016
Affordable Housing Units: 155
Perk: Close to commuter rail that connects downtown and Denver International Airport

Courtesy of the Integral Group

Ashley Union Station
1975 18th St.
Opening Date: Early 2017
Affordable Housing Units: 75
Perk: Practically in Union Station’s shadow

Courtesy of McDermott Properties, LLC

Westwood Crossing
3310 W. Alameda Ave.
Opening Date: Summer 2017
Affordable Housing Units: 98
Perk: Near Morrison Road, an area set for major redevelopment in west Denver

(Read about Denver’s Affordable Housing Initiative?)

This article appeared in the May 2016 issue of .

Natasha Gardner, Articles Editor

Natasha Gardner writes and edits longform journalism and multimedia projects for 5280 and is a regular columnist for 5280.com.

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