Warren Village broke ground on its Warren Village at Alameda community on Aug. 30. Credit: Courtesy of Warren Village

On Aug. 30, Warren Village broke ground on its Warren Village at Alameda community, located at 1390 W. Alameda Ave., which borders Denver’s Valverde and Athmar Park neighborhoods.

Warren Village is a nonprofit that provides housing to single parents in need. It has a two-generation approach to end the cycle of poverty and empower families to reach self-sufficiency. Warren Village offers a wide variety of resources that include transitional, private housing; parent services and advocacy; and early childhood education and childcare.

Warren Village at Alameda is the third Warren Village community.  

It will have 89 apartment homes of 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units. Amenities will include an early learning center and adult education services.

“The groundbreaking of Warren Village at Alameda underscores our steadfast commitment to advancing our community through accessible housing solutions,” said Ethan Hemming, CEO of Warren Village, in a news release. “This new facility will empower single-parent families, fostering an environment where their potential can truly thrive.”

Christy Steadman is the editor of the Washington Park Profile, Life on Capitol Hill and Denver Herald newspapers. She started with Colorado Community Media in 2014, and as a reporter, covered Highlands...

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