BOULDER HOUSING PARTNERS
1201 Yarmouth | Boulder, CO
Project Management & Owners Representation
WestView Apartments near the Holliday Neighborhood is a 34-unit affordable housing project located in North Boulder. The project is targeted for families earning below 50% AMI and is comprised of a mix of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom flats. Danica, on behalf of Boulder Housing Partners (BHP), negotiated the purchase of this project, analyzed and secured financing (4% tax credits, PABs, and State and Local funding), and managed the acquisition and closing process for BHP.
Through a partnership with the City of Boulder, the 570 square foot ground floor retail space recently opened as the NoBo Corner Library, a neighborhood storefront library serving the North Boulder community.
Lyons Recovery Housing
Town of Lyons
CDBG-DR Funding Analysis
26 Sites Evaluated
Store Front Office Hours
Approximately 100 homes in the Town of Lyons were lost in the September 2013 flood. Trestle Strategy led a team that worked with the Town of Lyons to research, evaluate, and recommend an appropriate location for roughly 60 recovery housing units. Significant site evaluation entailed legal considerations, utility capabilities, initial cost projections, and community considerations. An extensive and successful public engagement outreach program was established, including email update blasts to the local community and other stakeholders and site visits to nearby housing communities. Trestle opened a storefront office in downtown Lyons to provide a location for local residents and others to learn about the project, ask questions, and voice their concerns. Strong financial understanding of the Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Relief funding was required to properly understand the future development possibilities.
Adams County Housing Authority
Trestle Strategy Group is providing services for the Adams County Housing Authority's 5-acre low-income housing project. Located a quarter mile from RTD's future 104th Crossroads Station, this 203 unit project is included within the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) area and will help connect low-income families and seniors to neighboring communities. Trestle is spearheaded a number of community engagement programs to inform the community about the planned development, its development process, and how it is incorporated in the City of Thornton's Housing Needs Assessment as well as RTD's TOD goals.
Boulder Housing Partners & Flatirons habitat for humanity
Community Engagement and Outreach
Trestle is supporting Boulder Housing Partners, as well as Flatirons Habitat for Humanity and the City of Boulder, with various community engagement techniques for a 3.2 acre family housing development in North Boulder. A robust engagement process is underway designed to respect the interests of the neighbors while establishing character in the area and building much needed affordable housing in the community.
West Fourmile Canyon/Ponderosa Mobile Home Park
City of Boulder
Infrastructure Upgrade and Cost Analysis
Trestle Strategy lead a team consisting of PlaceMatters, JVA Consulting Engineers, AyreGroup, and RCH Jones Consulting for an annexation scenarios study and design charrette of the Ponderosa Mobile Home Park in the West Fourmile Canyon Creek Area of north Boulder. With the overall goal of improving the health and safety conditions of the park, various annexation scenarios were developed and analyzed to discover the range of possibilities for this county enclave. An extensive community engagement program was executed focusing on residents input as well as management collaboration. Trestle used valuable community insights to develop a community profile that was incorporated into the different annexation scenarios that were presented to the City of Boulder's City Council.
22nd & Violet
FLATIRONS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
22nd & Violet | Boulder, CO
PV Solar System
Trestle is facilitating the community outreach program on behalf of Flatirons Habitat for Humanity for their future affordable housing project in North Boulder. Founded in 1993, Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit housing organization operated on Christian principles drive to build homes, communities, and hope for all. Designed by The STUDIO Architecture, the 1.39-acre site will include 19 rowhomes that incorporates a solar PV system and additional sustainability features.