The number of unsheltered people is on the rise, and so is the chronically homeless population.
The Mile High City's homeownership rate has fallen nearly 20 percent in 13 years, due in part to an apartment boom.
We asked about your Colorado home buying experiences. One theme of frustration emerged: Many were fed up and looking to leave the metro area.
To double its affordable housing fund the city would also reappropriate some money from the general fund.
Denver officials recently discovered that hundreds of people who bought affordable housing don't qualify for the city's program. They have six months to become compliant.
The maximum stay rule has been on the books since 2015, and enforcement started in late 2016.
Zeppelin, who’s behind a string of projects in the city, says he doesn’t fit the stereotype of someone riding roughshod over older neighborhoods.
There’s a deluge of housing data that paints an interesting picture of the metro housing market.
State lawmakers yesterday rejected a bill that proposed an unusual approach to Colorado's affordable housing shortage.
Denver School of Science and Technology finds that their teacher's "primary concern is the rising cost of housing in the city."