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“The Ridge” Affordable Housing Project on Deep Creek Mesa, just a short drive from Telluride and Mountain Village, could very well be the most controversial housing project to date.

*Update: Since the filming of this video, the Board of County Commissioners approved the new Community Housing Zone for this property, despite an overwhelming majority of comments and letters pleading otherwise. This zoning will allow for the Town of Telluride and San Miguel County to move forward with the purchase of the land, but does not guarantee that this project will come to fruition. I will continue to provide updates on the progress!


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Let’s talk about some GREAT housing news for the Telluride workforce!

This summer, some lucky locals in need of affordable housing will be able to move into the brand new Sunnyside development, less than 3 miles from the Town of Telluride (next to Eider Creek on the spur). Comprising of 30 rental units including tiny homes, apartments and townhomes, Sunnyside will meet the needs of a wide variety of families. Rents start at just over $1,198 per month, and go up to $2,565 depending on the size of the unit and the household income of the tenant (you read that right - the most expensive 4-bedroom is under $2,600/month! ????). To qualify for tenancy, all applicants must meet employment qualifications. This affordable housing…

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