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Denver CO 80204-0305

Pancratia Hall

Address: 3144 W. Frances Walsh Place Denver, CO 80236  
Number of Units: 74  
Phone Number: (720) 932-3146 
Housing Type: Mid-Rise 
Program: Tax Credit  


The building does not have fully subsidized units, rather the rents are tied to incomes at the 30%, 60%, 70% and 80% of Area Median Income (AMI) levels for Denver County.

  • The waitlist for the building is currently OPEN. Applications are being accepted at Pancratia Hall , Monday thru Friday 8 am – 4:30pm or you may call 720-932-3146 to schedule an application appointment.
  • Pancratia Hall Lofts is an adaptive reuse conversion of the vacant classroom and dormitory building, located at the historic Loretto Heights campus in southwest Denver. Pancratia Hall is named after Mother Pancratia Bonfils, one of the key founders of Loretto Heights in the late 1800s. It was designed by master architect Harry W. J. Edbrooke in 1927 and was completed in 1930. Pancratia Hall is depicted in the map above, showing the campus roadway network currently under construction. 
  • Pancratia Hall is now open for tenants (see waitlist status above regarding new applications), and interested parties may reach out to Denver Housing Authority. If the waitlist is closed, no new applicants will be accepted. The waitlist will be utilized to identify potential tenants going forward, including the required income verification process as all apartments will deed-restricted affordable and require tenants to earn no more than certain income levels based on household size.


Pancratia Hall Rents                                                       Income Limits for 2022


                               0 bdrm   1 bdrm  2 bdrm  3 bdrm  4 bdrm                

                                                                                                                 1 person              2 person      3 person   4 person     5 person      6 person     7 person       8 person

Denver 80%        1,642     1,759     2,110     2,438     2,720                     65,680                  75,040          84,400        93,760        101,280        108,800       116,320        123,840


Denver 70%        1,436     1,539     1,846     2,133     2,380                    57,470                  65,660            73,850       82,040        88,620            95,200        101,780       108,360


Denver 60%        1,231     1,319     1,582     1,828     2,040                    49,260                  56,280            63,300       70,320        75,960           81,600          87,240          92,880


These rent amounts DO NOT fluctuate like Public Housing where the rent is calculated on your household income.

As of November 2022, the remaining units available include studios, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom configurations, with discounted rents ranging from $1,050 to $1,485.