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  • Manufacturer Moves, Oct. 14, 2008

    Q-Tran announces next Q-School session and a new sales agency; Sentry launches a new website; Gia Equation lighting design firm is formed; Venture appoints new director of VLI and a new project manager; Barco forms a new business unit, and Robert Singer Lighting is feature in the Best List for...


    The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) has filled three management posts.

  • Cooper Lighting Has Announced 31st Annual SOURCE Awards Winners

  • Another Side of Aimco

    DENVER -- Best known for its substantial market-rate property portfolio, Apartment Investment and Management Co. (Aimco) has also claimed a big stake in affordable housing.

  • Green Takes Flight at Stapleton

    DENVER - Talk about a gold star: The 18 affordable apartments at Central Park at Stapleton here have met the toughest residential green building standard on the books—the gold certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Homes from the U.S. Green Building Council.

  • Cabin Fever

    A research facility in the smoky mountains utilizes its surroundings to provide a sustainable design.

  • Staff Announcements

    W.A.C. Lighting has promoted Christopher Verone to Western territory sales manager. He will work with showrooms and residential sales agencies west of Denver, and with designers, engineers, specifiers, and commercial sales agencies througout the region to grow the company's commercial division, W2...

  • Mile-High Meters

    Denver is placing 50 more donation meters along downtown streets to raise money to help the homeless

  • MIP Fight Enters Final Round

    The fight over a proposed increase in the mortgage insurance premium (MIP) charged by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has again gone down to the wire.


    DENVER—Colorado’s low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program for 2008 is likely to include a 5 percent increase in basis caps and some green building incentives, but otherwise hold to existing priorities.