Community Partners gathered November 17 for the Grand Reopening of Archway Housing’s Greenleaf Apartments located at 1571 Beeler St. in Aurora. The metro area’s first significant snow of the season signaled a good omen for the project which took three years and $2 million in community investments to complete.

Greenleaf is a 55-unit multifamily affordable housing community where the residents are enjoying new appliances, lighting, HVAC systems, low flow faucets and a new playground for children for a comfortable, safe and healthy homes.

Among those on hand for presentations was Archway Executive Director Joyce Alms-Ransford and Community Partners: Norman Wright-Adams County; Deb Bristol-City of Aurora; Kim Snetzinger-Colorado Division of Housing; Kirk Huggins-President of Citywide Banks; Mary Anderies-AHS Board President; Robinson Lapp-AIC Board Member.

The renovation project was made possible by the collaboration of Adams County, City of Aurora, CO, Colorado Division of Housing, JV DeSouza, ICast, Case Forensics, Citywide Banks, and Gilmore Construction.

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