Tagged: Denver Housing Authority

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success largely rate depended on one factor: attorneys.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success largely rate depended on one factor: attorneys.

In Denver County eviction court, landlords have an attorney about 90 percent of the time. Tenants, on the other hand, are represented by counsel about 1 percent of the time.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success rate largely depended on one factor: attorneys.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success rate largely depended on one factor: attorneys.

In Denver County eviction court, landlords have an attorney about 90 percent of the time. Tenants, on the other hand, are represented by counsel about 1 percent of the time.

More than a new headquarters, Denver Housing Authority’s office tower will anchor Mariposa redevelopment

More than a new headquarters, Denver Housing Authority’s office tower will anchor Mariposa redevelopment

It will feature a pretty exterior and be close to a light rail stop. But what will really differentiate the Denver Housing Authority’s Collaborative Resource Center from other office buildings is what’s planned for inside.

Chipotle could join Denver affordable housing program that aims to buy down rents on 400 apartments

Chipotle could join Denver affordable housing program that aims to buy down rents on 400 apartments

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said Tuesday that Chipotle Mexican Grill was among the first partners to sign up for a pilot affordable housing program that aims to buy down rents on up to 400 market-rate apartments.

Denver’s Mariposa District leads charge in changing the face of public housing

Denver’s Mariposa District leads charge in changing the face of public housing

Seven years ago, a turn down Osage Street from West Colfax Avenue would take you to an area with pretty much the same people it has now: mostly Hispanic, mostly women, and mostly low-income. While the faces haven’t changed, the face of public housing has.