A new development to the north shows how some Denver suburbs are responding to a regional housing crisis

Denverite highlights the housing crisis in the Denver metro area.

 

“The interiors are painted trendy shades of grey and bathed in natural light. Kitchens flow into loft-like eating and living areas. Lobby amenities are aimed at bringing residents together for conversation and activities. Public transit is nearby, as are walking and biking trails.

Even the name — Crossing Pointe North — brings to mind one of those high-rises near downtown Denver aimed at millennial professionals. But the brand new complex is in the Denver suburb of Thornton, and the tenants who began moving in on Friday are seniors on fixed incomes attracted by rents they can afford. Crossing Pointe was developed by Unison Housing Partners, the Adams County equivalent of the Denver Housing Authority, and is one way Denver’s suburbs have been responding to a regional housing crisis.”

 

Read more on Denverite here.