On June 11th, Ruby Hill Residences marked its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony! The ceremony celebrated the additional housing the building brings to the overlooked area of Southwest Denver. Denver Real Estate Watch and Business Den report on the excitement of the event and details on the mayor’s affordable housing plan in the articles below.
OZ designed Ruby Hill with 114 one and two bedroom units affordably priced for median income families. The units were completely leased within one month, proving that the area was in desperate need of economical residential spaces.
Ruby Hill Residences is environmentally responsible and was designed by OZ in compliance with Enterprise Green Communities Criteria to ensure sustainable building practices. The building features a library, game room, conference room, and business center, while the outdoor spaces include a courtyard, children’s play area, and community garden.
Developer Henry Burgwyn, Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Irv Halter, executive director of the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, and Paul Washington, executive director of the Denver Office of Economic Development, cut the ceremonial ribbon to welcome this much-needed development to the community. We are so proud to have partnered with the city and Burgwyn Co. to bring this essential residence to Southwest Denver.
Read about Ruby Hill and Denver’s affordable housing initiative in the articles below!