By Sarah Ford | Photos by Giles Clasen
After months of questions, residents of Beloved Community Village, Denver’s tiny home community, finally have a new home. In May, they began rebuilding and moving into their new address at 4400 S. Pearl St. in the Globeville neighborhood.
Due to city restrictions and permitting challenges, the village has moved twice in its history. Since its start in 2017, Beloved Community Village has had two different homes on spots of land in the River North Arts (RiNo) District.
With several setbacks in finding available land to host the village after a May 15 vacancy deadline this year, residents faced the possibility the village would be closed permanently. However, City Council unanimously approved relocation to Globeville in late April with a 13-0 vote.
Now, Beloved residents hope the new home will allow the village not just to continue, but grow. ■