This just in! Denverite highlights a proposal to lease a plot of land for tiny houses in Globeville.
“The announcement Thursday came after Denver’s public works department said in November that the plot at the Taxi development where Beloved Community Village had hoped to move was inappropriate, citing flood concerns. The Colorado Village Collaborative and other organizers need to find a new site soon because the plot near the 38th and Blake light-rail station where the 11 tiny homes have sat for more than a year is slated for the development of affordable housing.
Cole Chandler, a Colorado Village Collaborative organizer, said he was excited by the offer of a vacant lot at 4400 N. Pearl Street and pleased with the city’s efforts. He added that residents of the tiny homes were happy the new site was just a half mile from their current location. But he said a few hurdles still need to be overcome.”
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