Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver builds and preserves affordable housing in partnership with hard-working, low-income families.
Habitat builds homes year-round in metro Denver, and partners with more than 15,000 volunteers each year. Habitat homes are affordable, energy-efficient, and create permanent housing solutions for families across our community.
- Meaningful partnerships with donors, sponsors, and volunteers help keep our houses affordable.
- Habitat's award-winning design and energy-efficient building practices make our homes a sustainable investment.
- By adding affordable homes to Denver's housing stock, we're increasing the rate of ownership in neighborhoods and creating stability for residents.
Click here to learn more about our home building practices and designs.
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If you are interested in applying for a Habitat home, please visit our Homeownership page for more information.
2013-2016: Sable Ridge Townhomes
This 51-townhome community in northeast Denver is located near economic and commercial centers, with easy access to the Light Rail. This community has lots of outdoors areas for families to enjoy walking paths and open space, as well as an activity lawn for kids. Click here to read more about our Sable Ridge Townhomes.
2012: Golden Duplex
Habitat Metro Denver was the first affordable housing builder in the country to build homes that meet the EPA New Home Guidelines: ENERGY STAR, WaterSense and Indoor airPlus.
2010: Bails Townhome Community
This 24-townhome, transit-oriented development integrated green building strategies to reduce the negative impact on water quality, air pollution, global warming and the depletion of natural resources. Click here to read more about this community.
2009: LEED Homes
Habitat Metro Denver built two Platinum LEED-certified homes.
2008: 11-Home Solar Community
Habitat Metro Denver developed a pilot program to test the cost-saving benefits of solar power by installing solar panels on 11 homes in Aurora.
2005: Net-Zero Energy Home
In partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Habitat built a home that produces more energy than it consumes.