Colorado: Denver Announces More Fees and Taxes for Affordable Housing Program

The City of Denver recently announced a new effort to combat the price of housing. Single-family developments will be charged an additional 60 cents a square foot while multi-family projects will be charged an additional $1.25 per square foot. Most commercial projects will be charged $1.70 a square foot. In addition, all property owners (residentialContinue reading “Colorado: Denver Announces More Fees and Taxes for Affordable Housing Program”

Loveland: City Council Supports Regional Tourism Authority

If the State approves the grant application submitted by Go NoCO (see below) Loveland could get three new projects designed to generate more tourism:  1) Waterpark Hotel: a 300-room hotel, with an indoor-outdoor water park, a family entertainment center, spa and 40,000 square feet of meeting space with an estimated cost of $138.3 million; 2) Whitewater/KayakContinue reading “Loveland: City Council Supports Regional Tourism Authority”

Denver Unveils Affordable Housing Plan

On October 6 the City of Denver released its five-year housing plan called Housing Denver. The document is essentially a comprehensive plan for housing. According to Mayor Michael Hancock Housing Denver is “the primary guide informing the city’s housing policies and resource allocations for the next five years.” Housing Denver will be updated annually byContinue reading “Denver Unveils Affordable Housing Plan”