In Douglas County, assessed home values, used to calculate property taxes, increased by as much as 50%. In Denver, officials say the median increase is 33%.
Colorado’s ban on cities, counties enacting rent control will remain in place
House Bill 1115, which would have repealed the prohibition, was rejected after a Democratic lawmaker joined Republicans in a Colorado Senate committee in voting against the measure
Major land-use bill from Colorado governor, Democrats is gutted to remove all upzoning requirements
A 39-page amendment adopted Wednesday was aimed at winning over skeptics of Senate Bill 213, the cornerstone of Democrats’ affordable housing efforts in the legislature this year
5 years in, Opportunity Zone investments in Colorado are yielding important dividends
Ranked second in the nation for program success, Colorado is a billion dollars richer in projects, with rural towns and cities both reaping the bounty
Denver’s first Native American affordable housing project aims to make amends for U.S. policy
The 187-unit apartment building with a symbolic circular design will include an Indian Health Services clinic and cultural programming in Denver.
First audit of Denver’s response to unauthorized encampments finds the city is mostly — but not fully — compliant
The city appears to equitably provide services, conduct assessments and perform cleanups. But it needs to do more to ensure people have access to their belongings.
More than 100 homes are still uninhabitable from Marshall fire smoke and ash contamination
Marshall fire survivors with homes still standing continue to face unique hurdles more than a year later
Housing density requirements dramatically pared back in Colorado governor’s major land-use use bill
Senate Bill 213 was amended Tuesday to build more support for the measure among lawmakers and to ensure the legislation’s passage out of its first committee
What’s Working: As home prices drop, Colorado’s real estate industry looks to history to understand trends
Plus: Denver-area inflation is up 5.7%, which is higher than the U.S. Some reasons why.
A Durango homeless encampment’s closure left many with nowhere to go. Now, the ACLU is threatening to sue.
The shutdown of Purple Cliffs in La Plata County illuminates a city and county’s struggle to adequately serve its homeless population.