Habitat homes coming to city-owned properties in Glenwood Springs
The two council-approved projects are intended as affordable housing, with a proposal for eight condos and fourteen townhomes. Listing prices for the homes would be below market value, and would require selection by Habitat through their application process—as well as any additional stipulations by city council. Both projects will be constructed on city property, with one located on the intersection of Eighth and Midland, and the other on Airport Road. The Post Independent reports that city council also approved waiving $400,000 in development fees for the projects. For KDNK News, I’m Hattison Rensberry.