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Brownstein: Colorado Passes Six Land Use Bills Designed to Spur Development and Affordable Housing

Colorado Sun: Hope Springs in Greeley, the largest Habitat neighborhood in the West, gets a 3D twist and $100M to build 491 homes 

Downtown Denver Partnership: $500 Million Investment to Recharge Downtown Vibrancy and Stimulate Economic Growth

The Denver Post: Thornton gets green light from Larimer County for long-sought water pipe segment

Gazette: Snubbing Homeowners Caving to Trial Attorneys

Colorado Politics: Is Colorado’s local government sector functional or dysfunctional? 

Denver Post: Denver’s largest condo project since 2009 now has a name

Denver Post: Home ownership slipping further out of reach for many Coloradoans

Denver 7: Controversial housing bill advances to the Colorado Senate

Colorado Politics: Colorado Democrats advance bill requiring 'density goals' for urban governments

9 News: Homeowners urge lawmakers to take action on bill addressing defective home construction

KUNC: Gov. Polis' plan to tackle the housing crisis sees some victories but an uncertain future

Colorado Newsline - Amended construction defects bill passes Colorado Senate but still lacks homeowner group’s support

Denver 7: Condo sales being hurt by rising insurance costs, other factors

Common Sense Institute: Monitoring Colorado’s Growing Regulatory Burden 

"SB24-106 creates a right of repair for contractors to fix problems without costly litigation. Its purpose is to stimulate condominium construction by developers that had shunned this work for fear of lawsuits, without limiting consumer protections. Conversely, HB24-1008 and HB24-1230 increase contractor liability for wage claims and residential construction defects, respectively, and it is anticipated that these costs will ultimately be reflected in housing costs for consumers."

Colorado Newsline: The dark matter of Colorado’s gridlocked housing politics

2024 Legislation - News on Transportation & Transit Bills Colorado bill to help fund passenger rail projects advances in House

Denver Post: More density, better housing plans? Land-use bills advance as lawmakers try to avert last year’s doom.