Bringing Affordable Housing To Lakewood & Denver
Belmar Groves Rehabilitation
259 S Teller St, Lakewood, CO 80226
Belmar Groves, conveniently located across from Belmar Shopping Center, offers updated apartments one block from two major arteries (Alameda Avenue and Wadsworth Blvd.).
- 118 apartments (36 1BR, 70 2BR, 12 3BR)
- Interior rehab will include updated kitchens and bathrooms, new flooring, lighting and plumbing fixtures, all new appliances, improved heating and cooling systems.
- Exterior rehab will include new siding, windows, roofs, and entry doors.
- Updated landscaping, including sensory gardens, BBQ areas, and playgrounds.
- Updated and added community space, including a fitness center, gathering space, computer center.
- Rehab will begin in July and be completed in 2025.
- 44 apartments (5 studio, 8 1BR, 16 2BR, 15 3BR)
- Expansive outdoor areas, adjacent to a city park.
- If LIHTC-funding is approved, will start construction in 2024 and complete in 2025.
- Located in a quiet suburban setting with access to both the mountains and the greater metropolitan area within minutes.
Watch CityScape's Construction
Check out this quick video that shows the construction process of CityScape at Belmar. This LIHTC community is a mixed-income, senior affordable housing development in the heart of Lakewood’s downtown, Belmar.
Sustainability promotes balancing immediate and future needs by operating as an ethically, fiscally, and environmentally responsible organization. Metro West Housing Solutions is committed to the sustainable provision of high quality, attainable housing and services, employing our Principles of Sustainability to determine and prioritize sustainability-related goals and objectives. MWHS recognizes that there are short- and long-term economic, environmental, and social implications to the way we operate. By considering sustainability in everything we do as an organization, we realize a range of quantitative and qualitative benefits for the clients and communities we serve.
- Enrich client and staff quality of life and physical health
- Minimize the agency’s carbon footprint to improve local and regional environmental quality
- Limit operating costs for clients and the agency
- Employ flexible, energy-efficient design to sustain long-term usability and property value
- Generate revenue for local economics through new development and ongoing operations
- Expand and improve successful human services and programs
- Facilitate synergistic community partnerships
- Create a supportive, positive atmosphere in the workplace that promotes innovation and productivity