Report Summary: With funding from the Colorado Health Foundation and support from the Denver Housing Authority (DHA), the Colorado District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Colorado) hosted a Building Healthy Places Workshop in Denver’s Sunnyside neighborhood in September 2018, focusing on the future redevelopment of DHA’s Quigg Newton Homes. ULI Colorado volunteer experts worked with community leaders to examine potential ways to redevelop Quigg Newton Homes to accomplish DHA’s long-term goals of increasing the density of affordable housing on the site while enhancing the community’s health and well-being. This was the first of many public outreach efforts that DHA will host as it plans for the future of the Quigg Newton Homes.
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