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See Our Work in Transit-Oriented Development

Denver Transit-Oriented Development TOD Fund

Enterprise invested in the Denver TOD Fund, both through both grant funding and the Enterprise Community Loan Fund. The fund will create and preserve at least 1,000 affordable homes along current and future transit corridors in Denver. This will make $15 million in capital available to purchase and hold sites for up to five years, in anticipation of  new transit stations opening. 

Blake TOD

  • A 1.4-acre property at E. 38th Avenue and Walnut Street
  • This is the site of the first stop on RTD's future East Corridor Commuter Line connecting Downtown Union Station to Denver International Airport
  • This previously vacant property will be stabilized and eventually developed as a mixed-use site with an emphasis on affordable housing

Dahlia Apartments

  • Dahlia Apartments serve more than 100 reisdents with 36 two-bedroom apartment homes
  • Needed health and safety repairs, roofs, drainage, landscaping and environmental remediation  cost $320,000
  • Created more than 25 jobs for contractors

Delaware Station

  • Residential workforce housing with 50 units 
  • Includes 7,100 square feet of retail and commercial space
  • First Low-Income Housing Tax Credit project at an existing light rail station along RTD's FasTracks


Mile High Vista

  • Located along west Denver’s FasTracks light rail corridor
  • Includes 10,000 square feet of commercial space for nonprofit organizations
  • Provides 80 units of affordable housing and 50 permanent jobs

I-25 and Yale Light Station

  • A 1.2-acre piece of land adjacent to the existing light rail station at I-25 and Yale Light Station
  • An ideal site to develop into a mixed-use, transit-oriented community 
  • Will include 100 workforce homes and up to 30,000 square feet of commercial space
  • Will help create 100 jobs during the development of the site and 35 permanent jobs once construction is complete

Villa TOD

  • This 0.31 acre mixed-use property is located in the arts district of Santa Fe, N.M.
  • Includes 16 units of workforce housing and 7,400 square feet of commercial space
  • Villa TOD is on the Santa Fe bus corridor and 5 blocks for the 10th and Osage light rail station

Bay Area Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing (TOAH) Fund

The $50 million Bay Area TOAH Fund provides financing for the development of affordable housing and other vital community services near transit lines throughout the Bay Area.

Eddy & Taylor Family Housing

  • Retail space planned to attract a grocery store to this underserved community
  • Located just two blocks from the Powell Street BART station, a major transit hub in San Francisco