Sanderson Apartments for the Homeless Breaks Ground in Denver


9News reports on the exciting ground breaking event to celebrate the construction of Denver’s progressive housing community for the homeless, expected to complete in the summer of 2017.
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Groundbreaking for Deneuve’s new Guadalupe Apartment Project in Greeley


In April of 2016, Deneuve Construction joined Weld County leaders, nonprofit organizers, health administrators, and residents  to celebrate the ground breaking for the new construction of one of the state’s first permanent supportive housing projects in Northern Colorado.
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New Senior Apartments in Longmont


Another project for Deneuve called Spring Creek apartments starts construction in Longmont for seniors over 55 years of age.
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Affordable Housing Project Terraza del Sol Breaks Ground


Another Deneuve Affordable Housing project breaks ground in Denver!
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Hi Mar Senior Community wins Award


One of Deneuve’s latest Affordable housing projects in Boulder, Colorado wins an award.
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Christy Sports in Avon opens after major remodel by Deneuve


Deneuve’s remodel of Christy Sports in Avon opens and offers more rental equipment.
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Federal Funds come through for Grove Street Apartments


Deneuve’s new project is awarded federal tax credits. The Grove Street Apartments revitalization project will be in the Westwood neighborhood of Denver.
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Christy Sports makes News


Deneuve Construction built Christy Sports’ flagship store in Boulder and is now remodeling their Avon store. The styling and innovative design makes news. Read article here.
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Grand Opening of Deneuve’s recent Project


Mental Health Partners celebrates the opening of their new Wellness Center at 1000 Alpine in Boulder. Read article here.

Deneuve Development Wins National Award


Today, EPA announced the seven winners of the 2012 National Award for Smart Growth Achievement. The Smart Growth awards are given for creative, sustainable initiatives that better protect the health and the environment of our communities while also strengthening local economies. This year, EPA chose four winners and three honorable mentions.

Equitable Development – Winner
Mariposa District, Denver, Colo.
The redevelopment of Denver’s historic and ethnically diverse La Alma/Lincoln Park neighborhood is turning an economically challenged area into a vibrant, transit-accessible, district. The community’s master plan preserves affordable housing while adding energy-efficient middle-income and market-rate homes. Because of extensive community engagement, development will include actions to improve the health of residents, reduce pollution, and control stormwater runoff.