Housing proposal for homeless youth gets cold reception from Boulder neighbors

First United Methodist Church,  which owns the entire block, Attention Homes and Gardner Capital Development, which specializes in developing low-income housing through tax-credit financing, want to build a three-story, 40-unit apartment building that offers community and supportive services for homeless youth on a site that is currently a parking lot at 1440 Pine St.  …   But many neighbors of the site are already concerned, both about the size of the proposed housing complex and the population that it will serve.

Source: Housing proposal for homeless youth gets cold reception from Boulder neighbors – Boulder Daily Camera