Available Now
—Courtesy of Parikh Stevens Architects

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 5280.

Natasha Gardner, Articles Editor

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

5280 Longreads

Newsletter Signup

Keep me up to date on the latest trends and happenings around Denver. 5280 has a newsletter for everyone. Sign Up