Grace Gardens at Derby Hill is an affordable housing land development partnership to create 167 affordable housing units in southwest Loveland. Grace Gardens began with the donation of a parcel of land from Loveland’s Grace Community Church to Habitat for Humanity. 47 Habitat-built homes, serving 35-69% AMI, and 120 affordable apartment units, serving 30-60%, are planned for the space.
This collaborative development is made possible by the partnership of Grace Community Church, Loveland Habitat for Humanity, and the Loveland Housing Authority. The partnership includes many other public and private entities, including the City of Loveland, Calvery Derby Hill Baptist Church, Pinkard Construction, WArd Construction, Galloway Engineering, BHA Design and Brinkman Development.
Construction on lots is set to begin in the mid-July, with the lots being handed over for Habitat construction in January!
This really is a community commitment to affordable housing!