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A debate over ‘accessory dwelling units’ in Colorado Springs highlights affordable...

COLORADO SPRINGS — Del Huff has lived here in Colorado’s second-largest city for nearly a quarter of a century. He and his wife own...

Denver community group wants better protections against displacement Within a development...

A group set on ensuring that the wave of gentrification that has swept through many parts of Denver doesn’t engulf their communities, too, urged...

Denver’s one-day, one-stop event to help those needing stable housing draws...

As a biting wind delivered the first inches of snow for the year on Thursday morning, hundreds of people experiencing homelessness gathered inside of...

In a time of plenty, students on Colorado campuses are hungry

https://youtu.be/QFn4D3Sl9-s Nell Roach, a student at Metropolitan State University in Denver, tells of her struggle to find adequate food and housing while pursing her degree....

In time of plenty, students on Colorado campuses are hungry College...

Nell Roach was hungry. Again. It hit her like this often. She hadn’t been able to get enough to eat the day before, and...

State of the City: As many are shunted to margins of...

Mayor Michael Hancock spoke optimistically of a Denver at a crossroads during his State of the City address Monday morning. One hundred years ago, he...

The Indy Weekly Podcast, Episode 5: We need to talk about...

Tina Griego, our managing editor, recently realized that for all the stories she'd written over the years about affordable housing, gentrification and changing neighborhoods...

Elyria-Swansea residents to CDOT: leave us alone!

Donna Garduno has no intention of moving quietly. Her small home is in north Denver’s Elyria-Swansea, a mostly low-income, Latino neighborhood where her family has...

In Aspen, even doctors need affordable housing

Homes in Aspen and surrounding Pitkin County are routinely listed for sale for amounts in the many millions, out of reach for most mere...

Census: Millions of livable homes stand vacant across the U.S.

Newly released Census data reveal that, as other evidence suggests, the recession has battered some areas harder than others. Census Bureau statistics show that 11.3 percent of residences in the U.S., about 13.2 million homes, stood vacant in 2010. There was a great deal of variation, however, among the 50 states.