The Aria Cohousing Community is built on an authentic commitment to one another and to the community beyond. Cohousing is a type of intentional, collaborative housing in which residents actively participate in the design and operation of their community. The current Aria Cohousing members share a common commitment to living in a healthy, sustainable community. The former Marycrest convent at the heart of the larger Aria Denver will be redeveloped into a 28-unit inter-generational cohousing community. Eight of the 28 units will be designated as affordable. People interested in purchasing an affordable unit will be required to complete an income verification process through the City and County of Denver.
An eight-minute drive north of downtown Denver, Aria Denver is a 17.5 acre transit-oriented, mixed-use, mixed-income development located within the Chaffee Park neighborhood. Aria Denver is designed for urban-minded people who share a vision for being part of a close-knit community.
Aria Denver, in partnership with Regis University and the surrounding neighborhoods, has created the Cultivate Health Project to support the health and wellness of the entire community. This project, which is funded by the Colorado Health Foundation, will create infrastructure and programming that encourage an active lifestyle, increase access to healthy food and offer integrated health services. The project will bring a one-acre production garden at Aria Denver, improvements to pedestrian and bicycle routes in the neighborhood, new adult exercise zones at Aria and Zuni Park and many more exciting projects in the Regis and Chaffee Park neighborhoods.
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