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  • Denison Commons

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More LOCAL NEIGHBORHOODS DENISON COMMONS The Town of Breckenridge developed Denison Commons on a vacant land banked site. This project is now owned by Colorado Mountain College and serves primarily as student housing. This project cost $5.8 million and was funded by the Town’s Housing Fund. This project received approximately $250,000 in PIF and planning fee waivers. Neighborhood Summary: # of Units: 30 Density: 30 UPA Type: Studio & 1-bd Apartments Initial Rent: 70%-80% AMI Occupancy: Renter Occupied Neighborhood Amenities: Proximity to Rec Path, Public Transit, On-Site Gear Storage Construction Complete: 2017 Restriction Summary: Occupancy: Available to Colorado Mountain College Students Rent: No Short Term Rental Allowed. Master Lease: Allowed

  • Stillson

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) / BIDS Start Date: 04/29/2022 Close Date: 06/06/2022 4:00 PM ​ Please direct all inquiries concerning this request to melaniel@townofbreckenridge.com For more information, including the full request, please CLICK HERE . The Town of Breckenridge is requesting proposals from well qualified planning, design, and development teams who have the capacity and expertise to assist the Town in planning, design, entitlements, and construction of workforce housing on Town-owned property. This property is generally referred to as the Stillson Property, located at 710 Wellington Road. ​ The Town expects that the development of this 12 acre site will need to be phased. The Town is interested in developing the first phase of this Property for housing as soon as possible with the balance of the Project at a later date. A map is included in the RFP that shows the site as well as surrounding land uses including the Wellington Neighborhood/Lincoln Park to east, Vista Point Neighborhood to the north, Xcel Substation and residential to the west, and open space to the south. It is important that development on this Property be compatible with the surrounding land uses. ​ The Town believes that a ‘for sale’ development/neighborhood providing affordable home ownership opportunities for local households in single family, duplex, or multi-family configuration would be the best use for this property. The Town is open to considering a variety of housing proposals and types, such as cluster housing. The incorporation of accessory dwelling units the Project is encouraged. It is the intent of the Town to collaborate with a team to design and possibly build a neighborhood on the Stillson property that serves the needs of local working households while complementing the community, promoting sustainability, and elevating/exceeding the expectations for deed restricted housing. The property is currently subject to Land Use District 15 and Land Use District 1, but the Town is open to amending the Land Use District to accommodate reasonable density on this site. Ideally, the Town would like to target 80-120% AMI households in at 6-10 UPA. The Town desires an efficient layout to maximize the number of units based on a fit test. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ RFP StillsoN Placer

  • Wellington and Lincoln Park

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More LOCAL NEIGHBORHOODS WELLINGTON &LINCOLN PARK Private Development on existing vacant land. The property was primarily dredge rock located in unincorporated Summit County. Through annexation, the Town required 80% of the units developed be deed restricted and 20% market. In return, the developer yielded greater densities. Approximately $2,750,000 Water Plant Investment Fees(PIFs) and planning fees were waived. Neighborhood Summary: # of Units: 226 Restricted, 56 Market Density: 4 UPA Type: Single Family, Duplex, & Triplex Occupancy: Owner Occupied Initial Pricing: $177,000-$519,000 AMI Target: 80%-120% AMI Neighborhood Amenities: Parks,Trails, Public Transit Construction Complete: Phased 2001-2018 Covenant Summary: Employment: 30+ hours per week in Summit County Income Limits: 80% - 150% AMI Owners are allowed to own other property Appreciation Limit: 3% per year or the change in AMI from year of purchase to sale date Commission: 3-7% of sale price Capital Improvements: 10% - 15% of initial purchase price Retirement: Partial retirement at age 55 - Full retirement at age 65 Rent: No Short Term Rental Allowed. Owners can rent rooms to qualified tenants

  • Breckenridge Terrace

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More LOCAL NEIGHBORHOODS BRECKENRIDGE TERRACE Vail Resorts developed Breck Terrace to primarily serve their seasonal employees. As the developer builds in other areas throughout town, more units at Breck Terrace are deed restricted. Neighborhood Summary: # of Units: 180 employee housing units, 119 are deed restricted Density: 15.2 UPA Type: 1-bd & 2-bd Apartments Occupancy: Renter Occupied Neighborhood Amenities: Proximity to Rec Path, Public Transit, Volleyball Courts Restriction Summary: Occupancy: Summit County Employee - Seasonal Allowed Rent: No short-term rental. Rated range, but serve below 60% AMI Master Lease: Allowed

  • LEAP Application | breckhousing

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  • Retirement Approval

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  • Breckenridge Local Neighborhoods

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More ​ Sign up to be the first to hear about new workforce housing properties for sale and for rent in the Town of Breckenridge HERE. ​ Each one of the local neighborhoods listed was a direct result of Breckenridge Housing collaborating in private/public partnerships and, in some cases, acting as the developer, to develop more than 1,136 deed restricted homes. In addition to these neighborhoods pictured and listed below and in the drop down above, there are over 256 individual units (as of 2023 year end) dispersed throughout Breckenridge that are subject to deed restriction. ​ Select the local neighborhood in the above drop down for more information on specific neighborhoods. For a comprehensive look at deed restricted properties in Summit County click here. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ The Town of Breckenridge does not keep a waitlist for these neighborhoods and does not act as a broker for real estate transactions. If you are interested in being placed on a rental property waitlist, please contact Corum at 970.547.4433. If you are interested in purchasing a deed restricted property, please contact a local realtor. ​ ​ LOCAL NEIGHBORHOODS

  • Breckenridge Housing Projects - The Larkspur

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More The larkspur (formerly known as Justice center) Summit County and the Town of Breckenridge have come together to provide 52 new workforce housing units located on Airport Road. These are anticipated to be move in ready May of 2024 and have been leased through a lottery that took place February 23rd. The Larkspur apartments consist of 2-bedroom units, 1-bedroom units and studios. All 2-bedroom units do not have an income cap while the studios and some 1-bedroom units provide an 80% AMI income cap. For more information on the lottery results- visit the Summit County Larkspur page .

  • Subordinations & Releases

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More If you would like to request a subordination or release from the Town of Breckenridge or Town of Breckenridge Housing Authority, please fill out the form below. Subordinations & Releases: Welcome subordinationS & releases Subordinations & Releases: Services

  • Valley Brook

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More LOCAL NEIGHBORHOODS VALLEY BROOK Town of Breckenridge served as the developer. The land was land banked by the Town for housing. This project was funded by Division of Housing grants and the Town of Breckenridge. The total project cost was $11.4 million with approximately $281,959 waived in PIFs and planning fees. Neighborhood Summary: # of Units: 41 Deed Restricted Density: 5.9 UPA Type: 2bd and 3bd Townhomes Occupancy: Owner Occupied Initial Pricing: $165,000-$328,000 AMI Target: 80%-120% AMI Neighborhood Amenities: Park, Rec Path, Public Transit, Solar Panels Construction Complete: 2011 Covenant Summary: Employment: 30+ hours per week in Summit County Income Limits: 80% - 120% AMI Property: Not allowed to own other property Appreciation Limit: 3% per year or the change in AMI from year of purchase to sale date, whichever is less Commission: 2% of sale price Capital Improvements: 10% of initial purchase price Retirement: Full retirement at age 65 Rent: No Short Term Rental Allowed. Owners can rent rooms to qualified tenants ​ *Please note that the Town of Breckenridge conducted a deed restriction change option for owners in the Gibson Heights, Maggie Placer, Valley Brook, and Vic's Landing Neighborhoods. The goal of this deed restriction change option was to amend issues in some older housing covenants and the create more equity among deed restricted neighborhoods. If a property in one of these neighborhoods has changed to the amended and restated version of the housing covenant, the please refer to the Blue 52 Covenant Summary for the property's covenant term summary. If you are in one of these neighborhoods and have not changed your deed restriction and would like more information, please contact tobhousing@townofbreckenridge.com. ​

  • Breckenridge Housing News

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More 4-5-24 UDPATE ​ Stables village phase 1b The Phase 1B Lottery was held April 4th. To find the lottery results, more information on the neighborhood, and details about floor plans and finishes, please visit the Stables Village website. ​ 2023 Summit county needs assessment released ​ Click here to find the full Needs Assessment report. ​ Miscellaneous Press and Presentation Pikes Peak Courier Breckenridge Affordable Housing- Milestones and Strategies Building Housing- Community Preservation, Economic Health, & Sustainability ​ # # # ​ ​ NEWs Home copy: Welcome Home copy: Services CONTACT US Tel. 970.547.3107 P.O. Box 168 Breckenridge, CO 80424 VISIT US 130 Ski Hill Road Breckenridge, CO 80424 Monday - Friday 8:00 - 5:00 TELL US Submit Thanks for submitting!

  • Programs & Strategies

    Home Programs & Accomplishments Pipeline Projects Resources & Reports Neighborhoods Forms NEWS Search Results More ​ Buy Downs The Town of Breckenridge is dedicated to both building new housing and preserving the existing housing in our community for locals. Pursuant to the 2008 Workforce Housing Action Plan, the Town of Breckenridge expanded efforts to acquire existing free-market units and convert them to permanently affordable workforce housing. ​ Due to the high housing market, the average cost for a buy down has increased 154% since 2019. Buy Downs are a important strategy particularly as over time the market units that are currently occupied by employees are converted to other uses such as retirement or vacation homes. It is estimated that there are up to 1,000 market units in the Breckenridge area that are currently occupied by local employees. As employees retire and/or sell their market units to non-employees, the shortage of affordable workforce housing is exacerbated. Breckenridge Housing is working to develop specific criteria for Buy Down opportunities. ​ The Summit Combined Housing Authority will regularly be selling Breckenridge Buy Down properties by lottery - properties include condos, townhomes and single-family homes that are dispersed throughout the Breckenridge area. Interested buyers are encouraged to follow the Summit Combined Housing Authority’s steps to purchase a home so they are prepared. Sign up HERE to receive more information on potential future lotteries and when workforce housing projects become available for sale! The required qualifications for both Buy Downs and Housing Helps are that the home must be occupied by a person who works at least 30 hours per week for a business located in and serving Summit County. Both programs are great options for locals looking to purchase a house, current owners, local businesses, and anyone looking to long term rent to locals. ​ All current 'For Sale' properties can be found here. ​ ​ ​ BuY Downs

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