Proposition 123 will set aside up to 0.1% of taxable income each year for affordable housing. That’s estimated to be $145 million in the current fiscal year — which ends June 30, 2023 — and $290 million in 2023-24 and subsequent fiscal years.
“The future of housing” takes shape at Buena Vista factory
A housing crisis solution with modular homes, philanthropy, unique lending and free land is threatened by local zoning and code regulations
Zornio: Proposition 123 is as much about public health as it is affordable housing
Research shows children are likely to be among the largest beneficiaries of passing Colorado’s Proposition 123
Financial help for renters during COVID slashed Colorado evictions by nearly 60%, new study finds
The analysis by two nonprofits analyzed 150,000 eviction filings and found stark disparities for those without legal representation
Colorado housing prices would have to drop 32% to match the “affordability” of 2015
The median sales price for a house in 2015 was $285,000.
Housing Lottery: Inside a manufactured neighborhood fighting Colorado’s high country housing crisis
At Norwood’s Pinion Park, a model to make homes affordable for paycheck-to-paycheck residents is put to the test
Vail Resorts rejects Town of Vail’s $12 million offer for parcel to protect bighorn, pushing council to create donor fund to fuel fight
Vail Resorts wants to build housing on the parcel. Town wants to protect the local bighorn herd. A prolonged legal battle now looms as the only resolution.
Town of Vail blocks all permits for Vail Resorts housing project
The blows keep coming for Vail Resorts in Colorado. The Vail Town Council on Tuesday night approved an emergency ordinance that suspended all permits for any activity on Vail Resorts’ property in East Vail where the company wants to build worker housing. The town earlier this year approved a resolution to begin condemnation of the […]
Rocky Mountain National Park is making a comeback after the one-two 2020 punch of COVID, East Troublesome fire
The same few months of 2020 that Colorado crown jewel Rocky Mountain National Park was suffering its worst losses from COVID closures, the whole place also nearly burned down. Now, things are looking up in the original Switzerland of the West. The park’s in-house firefighting crew, which said they’d been prepping for a sparkfest like […]
Denver rents are up 20% since 2019. They’re still rising, but not quite as fast.
What’s Working: A version of this story first appeared in a segment of our weekly What’s Working column on July 23, 2022. Additional details are included in this story. Read the full column. >> Sign up for the newsletter Just like home prices, rents are still much higher than they were pre-pandemic. According to Zillow’s […]