Sheridan Square will be the largest development in Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver’s history. Located on a 4.35-acre former elementary school site in Sheridan, Habitat’s plans include the construction of 63 energy-efficient homes.
With housing costs skyrocketing across metro Denver, Habitat’s mission of building and preserving affordable housing has never been more important. Habitat’s ultimate goal is to help families achieve strength, stability and independence through building and purchasing their own affordable home.
Click here to read a Denver Post story about one of our newest Sheridan Square homeowners.
- Sheridan Square will create a permanent affordable housing solution for 355 people (130 adults and 225 children).
- Sheridan Square will add 6% more owner-occupied housing units to the neighborhood, creating stability in the community.
- Sheridan Square will bring an influx of students to the surrounding schools.
- 63 new Habitat homes will add roughly $77,000 of property taxes to the City of Sheridan every year.
- In an effort to create a healthy and desirable neighborhood, Habitat has partnered with South Suburban Parks and Recreation to design and construct a small public park as part of the development.
- The location provides a great opportunity to build in the southwest part of metro area—ideal for partner families, sponsors and volunteers.
This transformative community would not be possible without the generous lead funding from Wells Fargo Community Foundation, Arapahoe County Housing and Community Development Services, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Ed and Roxanne Fie Anderson.
Click here for the Sheridan Square informational flyer (pdf).
Volunteer opportunities are now available at Sheridan Square, click here to sign up.
You can help build a home in Sheridan Square with a donation toward this development.