For one Aurora family, eviction could come as soon as this week. The case against them was filed before Gov. Jared Polis’ executive order pausing evictions went into effect.
A Colorado lawmaker brought a short-term rental bill he never intended to pass. It created an uproar.
Dozens of lobbyists and lobbying firms are working on the bill, the short-term rental industry is urging people to flood the Colorado Capitol, and affordable housing advocates and local governments are celebrating
Colorado renters may have eviction records even though they’ve never been evicted. Lawmakers want to change that.
The push in Colorado comes after a handful of laws passed last session focused on addressing affordable housing, homelessness and renter’s rights.
2020 forecast: Colorado is getting older and narrowing the housing gap, but really needs middle-wage jobs
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Could accessory dwelling units — no matter what you call them — ease Colorado's urban housing crisis and help homeowners navigate gentrification?
Boulder will continue to grow more slowly than the metropolitan area, and that will keep housing prices high and the city overwhelmingly whiteOpinion
Colorado’s plan to embed arts space into historic districts may be slow to take shape. But towns are fine with that.
Creative industries are big business, but little towns are taking their time sketching plans to develop housing alongside studio space
Denver Health, Mercy in Durango, find providing housing is safer, more cost effective for patients "stranded" in the system
Colorado’s “doubled-up” households have surged since the recession. That could prolong the housing crunch.
While the search for housing adopts creative collaboration, eventually many of those households will break apart. Then what?