Colorado Politics covers plans for housing redevelopment in the Sun Valley neighborhood.
“Denver is finalizing plans for two new housing developments that would replace and add to the public-subsidized and affordable-housing stock in the city’s Sun Valley neighborhood.
The city would help these developments take root in the neighborhood through financial assistance to the tune of $2.95 million in no-interest, forgivable city loans. That assistance will go to the Denver Housing Authority to augment a mix of state, federal and private funding secured to help realize the project.
The public housing community in Sun Valley is the oldest such in the city of Denver built in the 1950s, according to Ismael Guerrero, executive director of the Denver Housing Authority.”
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