The success of the ballot measure hinges on participation from local governments, which must commit to increasing their affordable housing stock by 3% every year for the next three-year cycle of the program.
People living in the Reed Apartments just west of Sloan Lake are getting help from a rising tenant advocacy group fighting for their landlord to fix problems with heat, plumbing and pest infestations
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey conjures the image of Colorado’s massive property tax increases pricing homeowners out of Colorado (and planet Earth).
A new report by Headwaters Economics highlights progressive growth strategies across the country to help amenity-rich communities navigate growth challenges
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey illustrates how, amid efforts to alleviate Colorado’s affordable housing crisis, Gov. Jared Polis saw the land use bill he supported die in the legislature.
An ambitious plan to revitalize one of Denver’s poorest neighborhoods displaced 1,000 people. Fewer than 20% have returned as rebuilding drags on.
Ahead of the 2022 election, Jared Polis and Democrats in the legislature sped up TABOR refund checks and made them flat. This year, they’re reverting to a default system.
Voters put housing supply at the top of our agenda, and we’re responding with a proposal to remove local restrictions on homebuilding.
The state must step in to solve a housing crisis that city council members, town managers and mayors cannot.
Pinion Park residents are settling into Norwood. Among the lessons learned: don’t ship, assemble and finish the homes in winter.