Healthy Economy Depends On Stable Housing For Workforce

Metro Denver’s economy depends on providing workers with housing they can afford, but Denver is facing an affordability crisis like none ever seen before.

An analysis of U.S. census data conducted by the city of Denver found that 100,000, or roughly 25%, of households are cost-burdened, meaning they pay more than one-third of their incomes in housing costs, City and County of Denver Housing Development Officer Haley Jordahl said during a panel discussion on affordable housing at the Bisnow Multifamily Annual Conference 2018: Rocky Mountain Series.

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