Socially Conscious Community Development
Maiker Housing Partners works in partnership with the community to invest in opportunities that will increase housing affordability. Through these efforts, we transform physical spaces to facilitate community building.
Development Participation Policy
Aztec Villa Apartments
Maiker Housing Partners led a nearly $12 million renovation of this 164-unit affordable housing complex, including installation of all new energy efficient heating/cooling systems and appliances. The renovation has not only dramatically improved living situations for residents and helped save residents up to 50% on their monthly utility costs, but also improved the neighborhood where Aztec Villa is located, one of the most economically disadvantaged areas in the City of Thornton.
Village of Yorkshire
Sustainable construction practices were used to rehabilitate and modernize this 1970’s era, 200-unit apartment property located in a fast-growing area of Thornton near I-25. As part of the RTD FasTracks expansion, a light rail station is less than two miles from the Village of Yorkshire, providing this family-oriented community with enhanced mobility and access to nearby retailers, government services, a hospital, schools, childcare and recreation centers.
Located on the northwest corner of 71st Ave. and Federal Blvd., this mixed-use development features 70 affordable housing units, 16,000 square feet of rentable commercial space and the new Maiker Housing Partners office. Alto also provides residents with on-site support services designed to minimize the barriers to maintaining self-sufficiency and enhance residents’ living experiences.
The Caraway is a first-of-its-kind project in Adams County, located at 7401 Broadway. It is the first time the County has given land for the purpose of building affordable housing. Maiker Housing Partners will repurpose the former Children & Family Services building into 44 units and create an additional 72 units of affordable housing, with 12 units reserved for youth aging out of foster care. This is the first opportunity Maiker has had to adaptively reuse an existing office building. The site is in unincorporated Adams County just north of Highway 36 near the I-25 interchange.