July 6, 2023
Brighton Housing Authority adding more affordable housing (Brighton Blade article)
"Nine new affordably-priced housing units along Brighton's N. 5th Ave. are the starting point to increasing and improving Brighton Housing Authority's supply, officials said. 'This project is part of our Rental Assistance Demolition conversion back in 2015,' said Debra Bristol, Brighton Housing Authority executive director. 'These duplexes were originally public housing so we are completely renovating them and increasing the density.'"
April 4, 2023
Housing Authority picks developer for Adams Point (Brighton Blade article)
"Brighton will get 60 new units of affordable housing and commercial development based on a Brighton Housing Authority plan. The housing authority announced it had accepted a bid from MGL partners as co-developers of the Adams Point project. Plans call for the project, with 60 units of affordable housing, to go up on a 7.38 acre Adams County-owned parcel at 1931 E. Bridge St. That's the former site of the County courthouse, before it moved to 1100 Judicial Drive in Brighton, about three miles southeast."
March 15, 2023
Brighton Housing Authority and Adams County Announce 60-unit Adams Point Affordable Housing Development
BHA has announced its intent to award MGL Partners with the co-development of Adams Point, a proposed minimum 60-unit affordable housing and commercial development to be located on a 7.38-acre site at 1931 Bridge Street.
December 14, 2022
Brighton’s holistic approach to housing aims to break the cycle for the next generation (Colorado Sun article)
During the pandemic, the Brighton Housing Authority started new programs to tutor school children and find emergency housing for victims of domestic violence