Sponsors

2019 NOW! Conference Sponsors       2019 Event Sponsors
Presenting Sponsor

Eagle Awards Title Sponsor

Title Sponsors
BBVA Compass
Chase
U.S. Bank
Wells Fargo
Bank of Colorado
Bank of the West
Delwest Development Corp.


Eagle Awards Gold Sponsor

CHFA
US Bank
Wells Fargo


Eagle Awards Silver Sponsors
Bellwether Enterprise
Delwest Development Corp.
Land Title Guarantee Company
Taylor Kohrs

Amenity Sponsors
Enterprise Community Partners
Real America Companies

 

 

 

 



Eagle Awards Table Sponsors
Alliance Construction Solutions
CASA of the 7th Judicial District
Deneuve Construction Services
Dominium Development & Acquisition
Enterprise Community Partners
Housing Authority of the City of Aurora
Mercy Housing/ Loan Fund
Palace Construction
Pinkard Construction Company
SB Clark Companies
Volunteers of America



Track Sponsors

 

 

Annual Legislative Lunch
Kutak Rock

Annual Members Holiday Lunch
Chase Bank


Exhibitors

Innovative Structures
Twain Financial



Supporting Sponsors
RBC Capital

 

Forums
*Opportunities Available*

 
Networking Events

Land Title Guarantee Company
Palace Construction
Rocky Mountain Communities

Spring Site Tour

First Bank

Webinars 
*Opportunities Available*


You can join these great organizations!

Email Rachel Massman
with any questions or to sign up. 

 

 

 

Learn more about sponsors of Housing Colorado and their work in the affordable housing industry: 


CHFA strengthens Colorado by investing in affordable housing and community development. Since 1974, CHFA has invested $18.9 billion in Colorado supporting the places where people live and work in each of the state’s 64 counties. CHFA invests in affordable homeownership, the development and preservation of affordable rental housing, and helps Colorado businesses access capital needed to grow and create jobs. CHFA’s community partners and participating lender network help us deploy our resources statewide and are instrumental to our work. For more information about CHFA visit www.chfainfo.com.

 

 

Headquartered in Denver, InnovAge opened its first Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) center in 1990. InnovAge now offers PACE in Colorado, California, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Its approximately 2,000 employees serve nearly 6,000 seniors. As an alternative to nursing facilities, PACE focuses on keeping seniors living independently at home. InnovAge is the largest PACE provider and is committed to expanding the program to serve more seniors in more communities. In Colorado, InnovAge also offers home care for seniors and owns two affordable senior housing communities. For more information, visit www.MyInnovAge.com.


 

 

BBVA Compass believes in bringing the age of opportunity to everyone. We understand that every individual and company has unique dreams and ambitions, needs and wants. We realize that few take the same path in the faster, busier, and more complex world we live in. Whichever path you choose, and whenever you need us, we want to make sure every experience is bright.

 

 

Chase Community Development Banking takes pride in working to develop vibrant and diverse communities by providing financial resources needed to help grow, develop and strengthen communities across America.

 

 

 

U.S. Bank is one of America's strongest and most stable banks. We are well capitalized and ready to lend and invest. Our experienced and creative affordable housing lending and equity specialists offer a broad range of loan and tax credit equity financing and investment options and are poised to help you finance your affordable housing developments

 

  Wells Fargo's affordable housing initiatives include volunteer and philanthropic support and an array of financial products. Contact Shelly Marquez, Senior Vice President of Community Development, at Shelley.Marquez@wellsfargo.com

 

 

Visit www.bankofcolorado.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

Bank of the West is deeply committed to development, rehabilitation, and preservation of affordable housing in Colorado and beyond. In 2018 alone, the Bank facilitated $50M in loans to support affordable housing projects, invested $100M in Low Income Housing Tax Credits and donated more than $600k in philanthropic contributions to nonprofits offering housing-focused programs and services in the communities where they're needed most. For more information, contact Stephanie Tedy at 303-202-5570 or stephanie.tedy@bankofthewest.com.

 

 

 

 

Visit delwest.com for more information.

 

   

 

Subscribe To Our Newsletter