Walden35 Groundbreaking Event a Success
On August 17, 2022, we celebrated the groundbreaking of Walden35. AHA’s Executive Director, Craig A. Maraschky, along with Housing Developer, Sarah Vogl, introduced special guests Governor Jared Polis, Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman, Councilmember Steve Sundberg, William Pauls, PaulsCorp, and Steve Johnson, CHFA.
Walden35 will sit on three acres of land in northeast Aurora Colorado; twelve miles southwest of Denver International Airport. Walden35’s residents will enjoy easy access to transportation, employment and services.
Amenities include on-site property management, modern fitness facility, vibrant community room, in-unit washers and dryers, an outdoor play space, resident gardens, a dog run/dog wash, secure bicycle storage and secure package lockers.
Walden35 will utilize the Income Average set-aside program that includes apartments for households earning between 30% to 70% of the Area Median Income (AMI).
View the photo gallery here: Walden35 Groundbreaking Gallery
40 One Bedroom Units
50 Two Bedroom Units
10 Three Bedroom Units
USES OF FUNDS
Site Work $2,392,405
Professional Fees $735,000
Construction Interim Costs $878,558
Soft Costs $820,620
Project Reserves $660,000
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