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 In D-Brief

We kicked-off 2023 busy at Greyhound Park: breaking ground on the Rowhomes, moving residents into the Landing, progressing quickly on the construction of Empowerment. We’re working closely with our partners to close 38th and Holly as well as filling vacancies at Park Hill Station and Park Hill 4000High Line Pointe residents are gearing up for the planting season and prepping their plots at their community garden. We’re thrilled to launch a partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver this summer at three Delwest Properties.

Property Updates

The Rowhomes at Greyhound Park

We’ve begun building the Rowhomes at Greyhound Park! Horizontal work started late January and permits will be turned in to start vertical work this month.

The 4-bedroom Rowhomes at Greyhound Park will be focused on what is often referred to as the “missing middle” in affordable housing. The units will be available for rent to those making 80%-120% of Annual medium Income (AMI). All 68-units have a 2-car attached garage.

With high-quality finishes, architectural details, and landscaping, The Rowhomes will provide much-needed spacious and luxury housing to middle-income residents at an affordable price.

To get on our interest list please click here and add your information.

Empowerment Apartments at Greyhound Park

We are pleased to announce that the Empowerment Apartments are on track to open before the end of 2023. The 50-unit permanent supportive housing for individuals (and their children) who may benefit from treatment and supportive services. (offered on-site). The Empowerment Program will provide permanent supportive housing for cis- and transgender women who have experienced hardship due to incarceration, homelessness, poverty, illness, and/or involvement in the criminal justice system.

Interested in volunteering? Republic Services will be hosting a landscaping/gardening event (to create the landscape plan pictured above) on Saturday May 6, 2023 9am – 2pm. Email if you are interested in learning more.

In the News

In March, Stacie Packard, President of Delwest Management Corporation, was featured in the article, “Why We Need to Continue the Child Care Tax Credit,” by Colorado Politics. The Child Care Contribution Tax Credit (CCCTC) is afforded to taxpayers who contribute to child care, foster care, youth shelters, residential treatment centers, and more. Stacie, who has more than two decades of experience in affordable housing, joined other local thought leaders in support of continuing the tax credit for another three years because of the ripple effect that this support for early childhood development has on Colorado’s social and economic future.

Those who donate to our summer programs will receive this generous tax credit. Click here and designate your contribution to the Delwest Summer Programs.

Boys and Girls Club Partnership

We are excited to announce that we will be launching a partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver at all of our affordable communities in the Denver Metro. The quality programs with proven impact will include transportation to nearby clubs or on-site programming if there is not a club nearby. Resident children will benefit from the field trips, activities, mental health and educational support that Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver is known for. Stay tuned to learn more!

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