The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) is a federally-funded program dedicated to stabilizing communities that have suffered from foreclosures and abandonment. Established in 2008, NSP has enabled the City and County of Denver
to acquire, redevelop and resell foreclosed properties that might otherwise have been sources of abandonment and blight.
received $9.6 million in NSP1 funds and approximately $19 million in NSP2 funding. The City has been awarded $2.7 million in NSP3 funds.
The City has teamed up with two nonprofit consortia partners to implement NSP activities in neighborhoods with the greatest incidence of foreclosure. Home listings of rehabilitated NSP properties available for sale are available through the Take Root Denver
NSP Reports & Plans
NSP3 - Quarterly Report, Oct.-Dec 2012
NSP1 - Quarterly Report, Oct-Dec 2012
NSP2 - Public Notice, Jan. 18, 2013
NSP2 - Quarterly Report, Oct-Dec 2012