Denver church helps transform asphalt for parked cars into 50-unit affordable housing complex

Copyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. DENVER — Our Colorado’s economy is soaring, but not without inflicting pain. Paralyzing traffic is one symptom; the increasing absurd price of putting a roof over one’s head is another. One local religious organization has devised a way to help with Denver’s affordable housing crisis. Rev. Richard Lawson at St. John’s Cathedral said he sees it as their moral mission to provide for those in need, which is why they recently transformed asphalt for parked cars into housing for people who were formally homeless. "The housing crisis is obvious to everyone and… Read More

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