The COVID-19 pandemic and related economic crisis has created unprecedented challenges for the Boulder community, and Boulder Housing Partners (BHP) is meeting this head-on, with more than 500 new affordable homes built, renovated or in the pipeline. An interest list is now open for its newest community through 4 p.m. Thursday, August 20.
“Affordable housing is vital for the entire community,” said Jeremy Durham, Executive Director of BHP. “We understand that lives and livelihoods are deeply impacted by COVID-19, and we remain committed to creating or preserving affordable homes in Boulder for residents from all backgrounds and wage levels.”
Increasing Affordable Housing Opportunities
The past 12 months have been an historically significant period of growth for BHP, with 543 affordable and attainable rental homes delivered to the market, under construction, renovated or in predevelopment planning. This includes:
Boulder Housing Partners strives to make living in Boulder welcoming and affordable for people from a diverse range of backgrounds, regardless of income. The housing authority for the City of Boulder for over 50 years, BHP builds, owns, and manages quality affordable homes for low and moderate-income residents, while fostering thriving and sustainable Boulder communities.
BHP is one of a select group of public housing authorities in the United States participating in the prestigious Moving to Work program, which encourages innovation by providing flexibility in the use of federal funds. Its communities have won national and international awards for sustainability and affordable housing development. For additional information on BHP, please visit www.boulderhousing.org
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