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See Our Work in Transit-Oriented Development

Denver Transit-Oriented Development TOD Fund

The Denver Regional TOD Fund is a unique blend of public, private, and philanthropic capital specifically designed to facilitate the acquisition of strategic transit-accessible sites in the Denver region for the preservation and development of affordable housing and associated community facilities.  

Results to Date:

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