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Hope Springs

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Building Innovative Communities

Hope Springs, a vacant greenfield property in Greeley and adjacent to the City of Evans is currently being transformed into a 174 Habitat Home Development. The project features an on-site childcare center, a state-of-the-art mini-pitch soccer field, and open space areas. The project is in close proximity to retail stores, restaurants, public transportation, and existing grocery stores, all within a five-minute walk. Furthermore, the new Greeley West IB High School is just a 10-minute drive away, and highly-rated schools such as Frontier Academy K-8, Dos Rios Elementary School, Brentwood Middle School, and Chappelow Arts Magnet K-8 School are conveniently located nearby. 

Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity has presented the Hope Springs community development model across the nation to other Habitat for Humanity affiliates seeking to significantly increase its capacity to deliver affordable housing communities in the US. Investors in the Hope Springs project include U.S. Senator Hickenlooper with a multi-million dollar CDS award, JBS USA $2M; City of Greeley/DOLA $1M; DOLA/CDOH $3M; and OXY $1M; to help fund the $14M budget for the civil construction of Hope Springs. Another $7M will need to be raised annually for the vertical construction of 50 homes for the next four years. Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity’s development partner Richmark Companies, who donated $8,820M in land and water for the project to Greeley-Weld Habitat, will build an additional 320 multi-family units in phase two, creating over 491 housing units in the Hope Springs Community. When fully developed, over $100 million in land development and new construction will be reinvested in Weld County through the Hope Springs Project. Not only will it provide affordable housing to those in need, but it will also act as a catalyst for economic growth in the area. Alquist 3D, our newest Home Development Partner, is paving the way with new technologies to make Hope Springs more affordable with 3D-printed homes and infrastructure. Along with building a prototype Habitat Home in our development, Alquist is partnering with Aims Community College and Greeley-Weld Habitat to help the next generation learn the skills needed to advance into the new technology and boost career interest in the trades.

Project Overview

  • 174 Homes

  • HOA Community 

  • 300+ Richmark Apartments

  • Professionally maintained common spaces

  • Mix of housing products

Collab Architecture
Hope Springs Home Plans & Community Renderings

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Hope Springs Community

Home Construction

begins May 30th, 2024

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Hope Springs Amenities

  • Onsite childcare center

  • Walking/Biking Trails

  • New urban design community

  • Playgrounds

  • Frisbee park

  • Walkable to grocery stores 

  • Award-winning schools

  • Mass transit

  • Musco Mini-Pitch Soccer Field

  • Community Garden

  • Nature Discovery Park

Thank you to our generous community partners who are making dreams come true!

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U.S. Senator Hickenlooper logo
JBS Logo
Colorado DOLA
Colorado DOLA
Oxy Logo
Habitat for Humanity Colorado Logo
Habitat for Humanity International Logo
City of Greeley Logo
Alquist 3D Logo

Projects like Hope Springs are experiencing historically high costs to develop. Greeley-Weld Habitat’s infrastructure costs for the project are estimated to be around 14 million. Richmark donated land and water for the project which is valued at $8.8 million, and the project has received other financial support such as $13.5 million in private activity bonds from Weld County, $2.57 million from U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper’s district budget, a $2 million donation from JBS and a $990,000 grant from DOLA CDOH. Habitat has raised more than half of the capital needed for the infrastructure construction of the largest Habitat development in Colorado. This is an incredible milestone, and we sincerely appreciate the generous support from our current Hope Springs partners.

 

However, more funding is needed for this massive affordable housing project. When built out, over 100 million of land development and new construction dollars will be reinvested in Weld County through Hope Springs. What a tremendous investment opportunity for our community. Hope Springs families and community members will have the opportunity to thrive and build self-reliance, stability, and security in their lives. Will you join us in supporting this innovative, life-changing community for Northern Colorado?

Contact Us!

For a personal tour or more information about this amazing housing development, contact

Cheri Witt-Brown, CEO,

Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity.

Cheri@greeleyhabitat.org

970-351-6766

Hope Springs Ground Blessing

Thank you to everyone who attended the Hope Springs Ground Blessing!

U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper

Raymond C Lee III Greeley City Manager

Raymond C. Lee III,
Greeley City Manager

Celio Fritche

Celio Fritche
General Manager, JBS, USA

Tyler Richardson

Tyler Richardson
Principal Richmark Holdings

Dick Monfort CEO & Owner of the Colorado Rockies

Dick Monfort
CEO & Owner of the Colorado Rockies

Vincente Bega Ruiz

Vincente Vega Ruiz
Colorado Rapids Youth
Academy Representative

Sincere Gratitude to all of our partners for helping to solve the housing crisis in Northern Colorado!

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