Denver Housing Authority’s Sun Valley Redevelopment (Owner’s Rep)

Transformation of Denver Housing Authority’s 333-unit Sun Valley Homes into a mixed-income neighborhood that, at build-out, will total over 1,700 new residential units, more than 35% of which will be deed restricted as affordable. Originally built in the 1950’s, the Sun Valley neighborhood was home to some of Denver’s lowest income residents, living in obsolete public housing units, and cut off from surrounding areas by the Platte River and a disconnected street grid. The project restores the historic street grid, updates sitewide infrastructure, adds tree-lined sidewalks, over 4.5-acres of parks and open space, introduces a variety of commercial spaces, and a mix of market rate and affordable units.
Project info coming soon.


20 acres

Former Use:
333-unit public housing project built in the 1950s.

Redeveloped Use:
Mixed-use neighborhood that will total roughly 1,700 units and be 35% affordable once complete.


  • Project still in progress.


Sun Valley, looking east at twilight