The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless has moved a step closer to developing one of its most ambitious projects.

The organization recently finalized the financing and structuring of a deal that will bring a first-of-its-kind recuperative care facility for people experiencing homelessness and a 98-unit permanent supportive housing development to Denver.

The mixed-use property will help meet the health care needs for 400 homeless persons annually through medical respite and recuperative care while creating permanent homes for people experiencing homelessness.

Read more in Affordable Housing Finance magazine's write-up here.

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