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Colorado Housing Connects statewide helpline turns 5

Brothers Redevelopment’s helpline surpasses 100,000 calls DENVER – Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., a trusted nonprofit since 1971, has been bringing answers home to Coloradans with the Colorado Housing Connects helpline for five years. At mid-2019, we hit and surpassed the 100,000th call mark. The Colorado Housing Connects free phone line, 1-844-926-6632, specializes in helping people navigateLeer Más

Community celebration for proposed housing at 7900 E. Colfax

*The City of Denver selected nonprofit Brothers to redevelop the vacant lot at 7900 E. Colfax Ave. as a 72-unit supportive housing community. **The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado will provide services to help residents thrive. Thanks to everyone who attended the community celebration Thursday night, Aug. 15, at at 7900 E. Colfax, the siteLeer Más

Grand Opening of Paris Family Apartments in Aurora

  Brothers Redevelopment celebrates milestone July 12 with HUD Secretary Ben Carson, Gov. Jared Polis and Sen. Cory Gardner AURORA, CO – Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., cut the ribbon July 12 on Paris Family Apartments, its newest affordable community, with help from HUD Secretary Ben Carson, Gov. Jared Polis, Sen. Cory Gardner and Aurora Mayor BobLeer Más

City Selects Development Partners to Build Affordable Housing Projects on East Colfax

From the Office of Economic Development Jun 18, 2019 — 155 income-restricted rental units to be developed at two separate sites along future Bus Rapid Transit corridor: Denver Economic Development & Opportunity (DEDO) has selected two nonprofit development partners that combined are projected to build 155 income-restricted rental units on the East Colfax corridor.Leer Más

Denver to introduce land trust and long-term affordable homeownership partners City and County of Denver Denver Economic Development & Opportunity May 30, 2019 – Contracts totaling $5.5 Million, supporting land trusts and long-term affordable home ownership, to be introduced to City Council in the coming weeks for approval The City and County of Denver announced today a groundbreaking new partnership that will createLeer Más

Nonprofit Brothers Redevelopment’s crews at work on the ground in GES

*CDOT awarded Brothers a $2 million grant to preserve the historic GES neighborhood amid Interstate-70 expansion **Brothers’ Home Modification and Repair is fixing what’s broken! ***Paint-A-Thon volunteers making a difference here! DENVER, April 25 — Alongside the disruption of construction and the tangles of traffic with I-70’s overhaul, good things are also happening for residents inLeer Más

Paint-A-Thon’s 41st season underway in Globeville Elyria-Swansea

We're not shutting down just because winter keeps rearing its snowy head. With spring and weather winter taking turns this March, Paint-A-Thon’s volunteer crews mobilized and were in shirtsleeves on sunny Tuesday doing what we do best — making over a home’s exterior in one day. Before Wednesday’s  blizzard. And we are back to  workLeer Más

Apartment Association of Metro Denver and Brothers Redevelopment Join Forces to Knock Down Housing Barriers

DENVER– The Apartment Association of Metro Denver (AAMD) and housing nonprofit Brothers Redevelopment are bringing together property owners, housing experts and prospective tenants to forge solid new partnerships over the next year. Thanks to AAMD’s generous grant of $5,000 in early December, and Brothers Redevelopment’s expertise in making homes attainable for Denver Metro residents, theLeer Más

Brothers Redevelopment Brings Paint-a-Thon to Colorado Springs

Brothers Redevelopment Brings the Paint-A-Thon to Colorado Springs, Courtesy of ANB Bank ***For the first time in decades, the nonprofit will stage the 40-year volunteer house-painting tradition in Colorado Springs —Thanks to new sponsor ANB Bank COLORADO SPRINGS — Brothers Redevelopment’s Paint-A-Thon program is marking its 40th year brightening the homes and lives of seniorLeer Más

Colorado Springs Provides $500,000 to Improve Single-Family Housing Stock

Colorado Springs provides $500,000 to improve single-family housing stock  ****The City of Colorado Springs is providing $500,000 to rehabilitate single-family housing under a program managed by housing nonprofit Brothers Redevelopment *** The City is using federal funds and Brothers’ expertise to make essential repairs at homes of low- and moderate-income residents  **Brothers Redevelopment will vetLeer Más

Globeville, Elyria-Swansea Affordable Housing Collaborative

THE MISSION: Under threat of being erased from Denver’s urbanscape, the historic neighborhoods and families of Globeville, Elyria-Swansea (GES) are taking a stand against displacement and housing shortages. To preserve affordable housing and community identity and values, neighborhood residents have become leaders shaping their own better future through the creation with nonprofit partners of theLeer Más


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