Building was completed in September 2012 on the first of two three-plex buildings in Boulder.
Coal Creek Village
Building was completed in January of 2012 on the first of two four plexes at Coal Creek Village in Lafayette, click here for map.
House sponsors include Flatirons Community Church, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, The Jansens, Medtronic, Home Depot Foundation, and Wells Fargo.
Apostle Build partners include Rock Creek Church, Erie United Methodist Church, Chirst the Servent Lutheran Church & Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.
Work begun on this home in Emerald Hill in Broomfield on August 5, 2011. (click here for map)
We have rehabiliated two homes in Broomfield in the West Lake community. Both homes were foreclosed homes which was purchased and donated to Flatirons Habitat by the City and County of Broomfield through funds from the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). The NSP provides grants to purchase foreclosed or abandoned homes so they can be rehabilitated, resold or redeveloped in order to stabilize neighborhoods and stem the decline of house values.
House sponsors include Broomfield United Methodist Church, Lutheran Chruch of Hope and the City and County of Broomfield.
Above images: Alcott Way before and after photos of the Kitchen
In September 2009, construction began on one of two 4-plexes in Northfield Village in North Boulder off of Jay Road and 47th St. These 3-bedroom units will incorporate energy, efficient and sustainable building methods including solar. The first 4-plex was completed in summer of 2010, the second 4-plex will be dedicated in March of 2011!
Harmony Haven was built as part of a larger community of non-profits all building in the People’s Clinic neighborhood. In addition to Habitat’s nine units, all of which feature fairly extensive green-building measures, the neighborhood also contains senior co-housing and homes built by the Affordable Housing Alliance. Construction began in the summer of 2007 and was completed September 2009.
These four units were built in partnership with WonderLand Development Company and Dahota Development company as part of a co-housingproject. This exciting new model for community building creates more than just housing – community relationships are also strongly encouraged through several measures, including a community center and community garden, which encourage neighbors to spend quality time with each other. Construction was completed in February, 2004.
This community in Broomfield houses 14 families in 7 buildings, all of which surround a central community area that includes a playground for the many children in the neighborhood. Final dedications for the community took place in the fall of 2006.
This community in north Boulder consisted of sixteen homes. Construction was completed in 2002.