The Fort Lyon Supportive Residential Community is celebrating its five-year anniversary as a new third-party report sheds light on the program’s successes and gaps. Does the innovative, and unusual, program work?
Part three of a four-part series examining gentrification in Denver, its history, causes, and where our city is going next. Part three examines the role of art and artists in Denver’s development, and how it is managed by the City.
The groundbreaking for Providence at the Heights (PATH), an affordable housing project in Aurora, will take place this month. PATH is the latest initiative of the Second Chance Center, which is focused on a campaign for housing accessibility. But their journey with PATH shows just how difficult that road can be.
When Larry Hall moved to Denver, he thought everything was prepared: he had a Colorado driver’s license, he’d arranged a mailing address, and he was looking for the best way to transition into housing.