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108 New Rental Units Coming To Union Station
Integral specializes in urban residential developments, and plans to build the workforce housing development at 18th Street and Chestnut Place, just north of Union Station. The company developed the proposed deal in conjunction with the City of Denver, the Colorado Housing Finance Authority and the hotel-transit complex's master developer.
Under the deal with the city, thirty-four units at the complex will be allocated specifically for households with income at, or below, 50 percent of the area median income (AMI). An additional 34 units will be available for those with income less than 60 percent of the AMI.
Plans for the four-story development include one- and two-bedroom units, 146 parking spaces and other desirable amenities such as a community room, fitness center and business center. Additionally, a King Soopers is being built just across the street under a different apartment structure.
According to Integral, the company has always had a strong commitment to embracing mixed income communities across the entire country. In fact, they’ve worked with Denver to bring affordable housing to the popular Curtis Park neighborhood in the early 2000s. Integral CEO Egbert Perry said that Denver’s Union Station neighborhood creates the perfect environment for a sustainable and healthy community that is connected to jobs, has access to transit and provides integrated economic options for families.
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