Six developments have been reserved $4.6 million in low-income housing tax credits from the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority’s second round this year.
The developments, which will provide 346 units, were selected from 12 applicants.
The following developments receiving LIHTCs in the latest round are:
- Avondale Apartments, an 80-unit development serving residents earning between 40 percent and 60 percent of the area median income (AMI) in Denver, by Del Norte Neighborhood Development;
- Dahlia Square Senior Phase II, a 40-unit property for low-income seniors in northeast Denver, by McDermott Properties;
- Lee Hill, a 31-unit development for homeless individuals in Boulder, by Boulder County Housing Partners;
- Mariposa Redevelopment Phase III, an 87-unit development with 57 units targeted for households earning between 30 percent and 60 percent of the AMI and 30 market-rate units in Denver, by the Denver Housing Authority;
- Odyssey Apartments, a 36-unit project in the Elyria Swansea neighborhood of north Denver for women coming out of or at risk of homelessness, by the Empowerment Program; and
- TLC Washington Center Apartments, a 72-unit project in Thornton for low-income seniors, by InnovAge.