Kestrel Affordable Housing Community
The Kestrel neighborhood of Louisville is Boulder County Housing Authority's (BCHA) newest affordable housing development. Kestrel has easy access to local and regional bike trails, commercial services, and transit along South Boulder Road. Design to encourage community connection, the neighborhood has central mail delivery, a community center with on-site property management and resident services, multiple parks, and community garden plots. It is served by Louisville Elementary and Middle Schools, and Monarch High School.
Kestrel offers income-restricted, affordable rental housing including 129 townhomes for individuals and families of all ages and 71 apartments for seniors ages 55 and older. For more information about leasing, please contact BCHA at 720.564.2267 or visit www.BoulderCountyKestrel.org.
On April 24, 2017, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) recognized Kestrel for its innovation in a number of areas important to the future of metro Denver. Boulder County and Louisville received DRCOG's Metro Vision Award in honor of Kestrel's forward-looking approach to incorporating safe, affordable, and beautiful homes with free transportation, environmental sustainability, active lifestyle opportunities, and other on-site services they may need.
Other Affordable Rentals
Louisville has several other affordable rental properties with over 70 units, including: Acme Place, Lilac Place, Lydia Morgan, Regal Court II, and Sunny Place. To view available units, visit Boulder County's Housing page here.
Affordable Housing in Boulder County
To learn more about affordable housing in Boulder County, visit https://www.bouldercounty.org/families/housing/housing-energy/.