This past Wednesday, we celebrated the groundbreaking of Stout24 Rowhomes. This is a 13-unit, affordable housing project located in the Curtis Park neighborhood in Central Denver designed by Kathy Parker with developer, The Morrison Group's Lynn Crist. The units in this project were sold to income-qualifying families making 80% AMI to 120% AMI. These units will be 3-story, two-bedroom homes with built-in garages and will reflect the eclectic characteristics of the historic Curtis Park Landmark District.
Mayor Hancock spoke during the ceremony congratulating developer Lynn Crist on a making a difference for many Denver families. This project, like many others around the city, is helping Denver families that otherwise would not be able to own a home.
Pictured above: Mayor Hancock's speech, Kathy Parker discussing unit layout with future homeowners, the condition of the current site, and the Studio PBA team on this project (Kathy Parker, Desirae Zamora and Amir Abu-Jaber).
CBS Local covered the groundbreaking, see the article here: http://denver.cbslocal.com/2017/06/14/affordable-housing-denver-stout24/
For more information on purchasing one of these units, contact Soledad Tobar: www.soledadsellsdenver.com