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Brothers Redevelopment recognizes partners who make a difference

DENVER, CO – Annual awards and milestone successes were celebrated at the Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., fourth annual recognition gala on Oct. 16.

Since 1971, Brothers has served a range of housing needs for Coloradoans each year. Notably, in 2014 Brothers worked alongside 2,500 volunteers to caulk, seal and paint the homes of 127 older adults in 19 cities along the Front Range. Collectively, the effort saved the seniors $533,000 in home maintenance costs.

Also this year, the Home Maintenance and Repair program staffers have repaired, modified and improved home safety for more than 200 homeowners who were elderly or and disabled.  Brothers relies on the generosity of individuals and foundations and works with local governments to accomplish the modifications.

Several partnerships that enable Brothers to meet so many housing needs were recognized during the evening.

The 2014 Advocate Extraordinaire Award was presented to ... (read more)

 

Brothers acquires residential community in Northwest Denver

DENVER, Oct. 7, 2014 – Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., a long-established Denver-based housing nonprofit, has acquired the 20-unit Servicios Housing community in northwest Denver. The property at 1935 W. 46th Ave. was previously owned by Servicios de la Raza.  

Brothers will rename the 20-unit complex “Sunnyside Senior Apartments” and will continue to serve the residents who are senior or have a disability and who have long called the community their home.  Located off of Tejon Street in the historic Sunnyside neighborhood, the tenants have enjoyed easy access to transit and proximity to parks and nearby retail. (Read more)

 

United Launch Alliance Paint-A-Thon scores ink

ULA fits the Brothers Paint-A-Thon and painting the home of a veteran, Pearl Harbor survivor in between several rocket launches. Read all about it.

 

Brothers Paint-A-Thon and Omega Psi Phi on 9News
The good works of Omega Psi Phi are featured in several reports by TaRhonda Thomas on 9News. Link to the good news!

 

Brothers President interviewed for aging-in-place article

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Property Wait List is Closed

Brothers Redevelopment closed its RENTALS wait list effective Aug. 1. The company has an adequate pool of applicants for its properties: Brook Haven, Clayton, Corona, Decatur, East Bay, Edgewater Plaza, Federal View, Garfield, Jefferson Terrace, La Alma, Sheridan Glen and William Tell Apartments.

When the wait list is fewer than 18 months, Brothers will reopen the wait list and will notify future applicants by placing notices in local publications and posting it on the Brothers Redevelopment Web site.

Thank you for your understanding. We believe the reduced wait list will serve all future residents more efficiently.

 

Counseling director Peer on 'Colorado Housing Connects'

Brothers Housing Counseling Director Shannon Peer is interviewed by Denver Community Credit Union's Sarae Kurth. Be among the first to hear about Brothers' new service: Colorado Housing Connects. Interview

 

Brothers Requests Qualifications from General Contractors

The Home Maintenance and Repair Department at Brothers Redevelopment REQUESTS QUALIFICATIONS from general contractors interested in providing labor for federally funded residential projects. (Learn more)

 

 

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Brothers programs featured on 9News. Check it out!

 

Home Maintenance & Repair helps aging in place

There’s no place like home. WHO DO YOU KNOW that might be contemplating a move out of their home because they are no longer able to navigate the front porch … or doorways because their mobility is now reliant upon a wheelchair … or they are afraid to take a bath for fear of falling? The Brothers Home Maintenance and Repair construction team are experts in helping homeowners who are senior or disabled stay in their own homes for as long as possible. Thanks to many local governments, we have funding to make FREE improvements for qualifying homeowners in many communities and counties, such as Sheridan, Thornton, Arapahoe County and Jefferson County. Email Rhonda today, to find out if there is a program that can help the people you know.

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