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655 Broadway

655 Broadway Studebaker street view
655 Broadway Studebaker render

655 Broadway

Leasing begins before the end of 2022

14 Studios

96 Total Units with varying rents from $975 to $1,280

655 Demo Underway

Closed in January 2021–TCO expected November 22, 2022

Studebaker–all 33 units completed. Lease-up underway. Elevator upgrades underway.

655 Broadway under construction–unit finishes and exterior painting underway.

 

655 Broadway

110 units of new housing 14 units of SRO housing

36PBV units

60 units between 50% and 60% AMI

 

Partnership with Denver Health to provide transitional housing options for Denver’s discharged patients.

On-site health and wellness programs to promote aging in place and coordinate long term housing options.

Part of DHA’s D3 Bond Initiative Pipeline

 

Project Updates

Redevelopment of Denver Health’s vacant office building and moderate rehab of the downtown Studebaker Lofts.

Project Specs

Studebaker Lofts

33 units of rehabbed workforce housing 4 studio units at 60% AMI

19 one bdrm units at 60% AMI

10 two bdrm units at 60% AMI

Kitchen, bathroom and common area upgrades

 

Part of DHA’s D3 Bond Initiative Pipeline

The remodeled, 10-story, administrative office building in Denver’s Civic Central neighborhood will comprise furnished studio and one-bedroom apartments, 96 of which will cater to low-income seniors aged 62 or higher. The remaining 14 units will serve Single Room Occupancy Units (SRO, transitional housing for patients in need of additional support after discharge from the hospital. The SRO units will provide Denver Health with a supportive housing option for patients who are medically stable for discharge from the hospital, but who are homeless or precariously housed and unsafe for discharge to self-care on the streets. 

Lower-level amenities at 655 Broadway will include community and activity rooms, a maintenance shop, a business center, as well as exercise and physical/operational therapy facilities. The energy-efficient conversion will be certified according to Enterprise Green Communities Criteria. Sustainable features include high-efficiency mechanical systems, the use of low-VOC finishes, improved building insulation and Energy Star appliances. A partnership between Denver Health & Hospital Authority and Denver Housing Authority are developing the 110-unit affordable housing adaptive reuse project, slated for completion by April 2022.

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