WestView Apartments


1201 Yarmouth | Boulder, CO

36,000 SF

34 Units

50% AMI

Project Management & Construction Management 

WestView Apartments is a 34-unit affordable housing project located in North Boulder near the Holliday Neighborhood. 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.

Boulder Wellness Center


1000 Alpine | Boulder, CO

30,000 SF

Owner's Representation for pre-development & construction of mental health center 

As Owner’s Representative for MHP, Trestle managed the site selection, design, and construction processes for a 30,000 square foot wellness center in Boulder, CO. Initial work included site analysis, cost estimation, extensive financial modeling, feasibility analysis, and alternatives evaluation.  Once the site was selected, Trestle procured a consultant team to design and construct the facility. Trestle is provided full service project management and owner’s representation services to MHP and managed all aspects of the design and construction of the facility.  This occupied remodel project required extensive negotiations with the existing tenants, highly controlled demolition and asbestos abatement coordination, and extensive stakeholder involvement. 

Telluride Public Private Partnerships

Telluride Foundation

Telluride, CO

Facilitate Pubic-Private Partnership Collaboration

Middle Income Housing

As owner's representatives to the Telluride Foundation, Trestle facilitated collaboration between local municipalities, private developers, community based organizations, community members, and the Telluride Foundation to successfully execute a Public Private Partnership (P3) to boost middle income housing in the area. The Telluride region is experiencing a critical shortage of middle income housing with an extremely high demand for both rental and ownership units. Through a P3, Trestle brought a collaborative process to the region that formulated a shared vision, generated a creative alliance, and combined the strengths and resources of both the public and private sectors to address a growing need.