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Urban Land Conservancy Remembers Former City Librarian, Shirley Amore

The transit-oriented development is located at the corner of 35th and Franklin in the Cole neighborhood. We will accept...click here to read more

    Urban Land Conservancy Remembers Former City Librarian, Shirley Amore - Urban Land Conservancy
    Urban Land Conservancy is saddened to announce the passing of Denver's former City Librarian, Shirley Amore. We knew Shirley as a true visionary, with a big heart and passionate dedication for the community. ULC worked closely with Shirley at our Mile High Vista property in the West Colfax neighborhood during the construction of the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Library in 2013.
    https://www.urbanlandc.org

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Colorado Community Land Trust Recognized for Permanent Affordable Housing Program

The transit-oriented development is located at the corner of 35th and Franklin in the Cole neighborhood. We will accept...click here to read more

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A rendering of Walnut Street Lofts - 65 units of permanently affordable housing adjacent to the 38th and Blake commuter rail station.

    Colorado Community Land Trust Recognized for Permanent Affordable Housing Program - Urban Land Conservancy
    Colorado Community Land Trust was featured in 9News for their use of the community land trust (CLT) model here in Denver. Colorado Community Land Trust (CCLT) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2002 to preserve and develop permanent affordable housing for moderate income individuals and families across metro Denver.
    https://www.urbanlandc.org

Apr 05

ULC Releases Request for Developer Proposals at Cole Train Site

Urban Land Conservancy submitted a request for development proposals for our Cole Train property this week. The transit-oriented development is located at the corner of 35th and Franklin in the Cole neighborhood. Earlier this year, ULC demolished the structure that existed on the site.

    ULC Releases Request for Developer Proposals at Cole Train Site - Urban Land Conservancy
    Urban Land Conservancy submitted a request for development proposals for our Cole Train property this week. The transit-oriented development is located at the corner of 35th and Franklin in the Cole neighborhood. Earlier this year, ULC demolished the structure that existed on the site. Submissions are due by 5:00 pm (MST) on May 11, 2018.
    https://www.urbanlandc.org

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