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Thursday, February 26, 2009 (816 reads)
DENVER, CO — FEB. 26 — The City of Denver and Enterprise Community Partners were named today to receive $2.25 million in funding by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to support affordable housing rental preservation for Denver families near mass transit. The funding invests into the City’s soon to be established Denver Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Fund, which is targeting to preserve and create at least 1,200 units of affordable for sale and rental housing along Denver mass transit corridors over a ten-year period. As the Denver metropolitan area undergoes what is considered to be the largest expansion in the nation of a transit system, this new MacArthur Foundation investment will help preserve and create affordable housing within one half mile of rail service and a quarter mile from frequent bus routes.
Thursday, February 05, 2009 (671 reads)
The Denver Office of Cultural Affairs (DOCA), with its program partner the Denver Office of Economic Development, is now accepting applications for the Creative Enterprises Revolving Loan Fund (CERLF). The CERLF offers creative enterprises in the City and County of Denver access to affordable and flexible business capital to increase income and build assets. Creative enterprises are defined as non-profit organizations and for-profit businesses producing or selling fine art, photographic and graphic art, performance art, handcrafts, design and media.
Friday, January 30, 2009 (646 reads)

New Boundaries Will Boost the Number of Businesses Eligible for State Tax Incentives, Create Revitalization Along Morrison Road

More businesses in Denver will now be eligible for special state tax incentives available in the City’s Enterprise Zone, thanks to a recommendation made by the Office of Economic Development (OED) to expand the boundaries to include Morrison Rd. from Knox Ct. to Sheridan Blvd., and Alameda Ave., from Knox Ct. to Federal Blvd.

Friday, January 16, 2009 (528 reads)
Program to Ease the Impact of Residential Foreclosures in Denver

The Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) recently received $25 million in funding to launch a Mortgage Credit Certificate Program to prevent foreclosures and spur the revitalization of neighborhoods impacted by foreclosure. The program, to be launched in May, is funded through $15 million from Denver’s Private Activity Bond capacity and $10 million from the State of Colorado PAB capacity provided through the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.
Monday, December 15, 2008 (679 reads)

RFPs to be Issued in Early 2009 for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Workforce Investment Act Programs

Community-based organizations play a critical role for the Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) in offering its various workforce development programs. The office annually partners with a variety of organizations in achieving its mission of placing residents with skill development and job placement opportunities.

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