The 156-unit Park Hill Station was opened in 2016 to provide high-quality new construction for Denver residents in need of affordable housing, including the homeless and formerly homeless. There are currently 33 project-based vouchers via Denver Housing Authority. We work in conjunction with service providers including South Metro Housing, MHCD, Atlantis, United Way and Urban Peak. The location features easy access to the RTD Light Rail, major highways and other public transit options.
Opened in 2018, Baker School Apartments was developed in collaboration with Unison Housing Partners to provide 142 affordable housing units for residents of Adams County. Nonprofit partners Growing Home, Conservation Colorado, Cooking Matters Colorado and offers an array of programming for residents, including a pop-up health clinic, teaching kitchen and classroom. Funding was sourced through HOME Investment Partnership Program Funds made available through the Community Development Division of Adams County and Division of Housing/DOLA, State of Colorado.
Opened in 2018, High Line Pointe is a luxury 6-floor apartment complex featuring nearly 200 unique and spacious units equipped with premium materials and finishes, including gourmet kitchens, floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies. The property also features a focus on fitness and community with a bar, pet wash, bike shop, ski lockers and electric car plug-in as well as structured garage parking and a bridge directly to the revitalized High Line Canal.
Park Hill 4000 features 168 market-rate and affordable one- and two-bedroom units for discerning Denverites. Perfectly equipped for busy families and singles, units include washers and driers, luxury finishes, private garages and balconies to enjoy the tremendous Rocky Mountain views. Spa-like features include a clubhouse with complimentary WiFi, billiards table, fitness center, year-round hot tub and a swimming pool with submerged sundeck.