Warren Village at Alameda
Warren Village is one step closer to a third facility
As the cost of living in the Denver area continues to grow at an unprecedented rate, thousands of hard-working families are finding themselves unable to secure safe and affordable housing in our city. Warren Village, in partnership with the Denver Housing Authority and the City and County of Denver, is stepping up to offer a solution.
Warren Village’s housing program has demonstrated clear and meaningful results for more than 8,000 single parents and children since 1974. When given the opportunity and access to resources that Warren Village offers, families thrive as contributing members of a more vibrant, engaged and equitable society.
Warren Village III Updates
In November 2022, Warren Village received a $26 million award from the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority from a reservation of federal and state housing tax credits to support over half of the construction costs of 89 units of affordable housing and education campus, called Warren Village III at Alameda.
Additionally, in December 2022, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) announced that she secured more than $24.2 million to fund more than a dozen projects in the Denver area – including $4 million to help fund the construction of Warren Village III at Alameda.
State-of-the-Art 2Gen Housing
The new campus—once constructed at 1394 W. Alameda Avenue & 1373 W. Nevada Place, Denver—will feature 89 apartment homes (mainly 2- and 3-bedrooms units), an Early Learning Center that can serve more than 100 children at a time, community meeting space, college and workforce training classrooms, private rooms for one-on-one counseling, space for partner programming, and some administrative offices for staff.