Completed Development Projects
In 2020, Boulder Housing Partners completed the development of Ciclo, offering 38 new permanently affordable apartment homes in the S'PARK neighborhood of Boulder Junction.
In 2018, Boulder Housing Partners opened our newest affordable community, Palo Park, in partnership with Flatirons Habitat for Humanity.
In 2016 Boulder Housing partners successfully completed Project Renovate, an agency-wide effort to recapitalize and convert six properties within our Public Housing portfolio into tax credit properties.
For people experiencing chronic homelessness.
WestView is a contemporary apartment complex offering thirty-four one, two and three bedroom units top households earning fifty percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). The units offer large windows, outdoor balconies or patios, energy efficient appliances, tank-less water heaters, whole house fans, and abundant natural light. Other amenities include community space, a central outdoor courtyard, and 11 private garages available for rent. BHP acquired the project in 2012 shortly after the completion of construction.
2637 Valmont is home to 59 single family, duplex and triplex fixed foundation units. Red Oak Park, previously known as Boulder Mobile Manor, is 100% affordable rental units - accepting households with 30%, 40%, and 50% of the Area Median Income. All of the units are complete with many "green" energy efficient features to help reduce utility costs for the residents, and reduce their impact on the environment.
Broadway West is a beautiful 3-story building that is a part of the Boulder Affordable Rental Program. This site offers underground parking, elevator access, on-site laundry and central air. The North Boulder Recreation Center is next door and RTD stops just outside the front door. This is a smoke-free building & accepts Indoor cats.
What was once the vacant 27-acre site of the Holiday Drive-In Theater is now the Holiday Neighborhood,
Foothills Community is the first permanently affordable mixed income rental housing project in Boulder that demonstrated the effectiveness and vision of New Urban design principles.