Denver Housing Authority (DHA) intends to redevelop South Lincoln Homes in the La Alama Neighborhood in Denver Colorado. The currently homes are functionally obsolete and are sustaining unacceptable levels of concentrated poverty, above-average crime, and lacking opportunities for youth.
The La Alma redevelopment will integrate urban planning, design, and operations to promote economic, environmental, and social vitality. The planning and design effort is rigorous yet holistic, ensuring the delivery of cultural, economic, environmental and health benefits from the La Alma Neighborhood Redevelopment.
The redevelopment will enhance opportunities for the public housing residents by creating a mixed-income community, enhanced links between the neighborhood and site, and increased likelihood for self-sufficiency.
South Lincoln Homes is owned and managed by DHA and contains 270 Public Housing units on 15.1 acres in the La Alma/ Lincoln Park neighborhood of Denver. DHA plans to redevelop the site to include a mix of housing products and target a range of income levels. New economic opportunities will foster a sustainable transit oriented development and cater to a broad resident base.