Utilities are included!
- One Bedrooms $910 per month
- Two Bedrooms range from $1,130 to $1,200 per month
- Three Bedrooms $1,450 to $1,495 per month
- Four Bedrooms $1,670 per month
Boulder County 60% AMI (Area Median Income)
- 1 Person Household $40,380
- 2 Person Household $46,140
- 3 Person Household $51,900
- 4 Person Household $57,660
- 5 Person Household $62,280
- 6 Person Household $66,900
- 7 Person Household $71,520
- 8 Person Household $76,140
Aspinwall New Construction and Revitalization Project, through Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA), is comprised of the construction of 72 affordable rental units and the rehabilitation of 95 scattered-site units that are currently owned and managed by BCHA. This project will be fully located within Lafayette, CO.
The 72-unit new construction portion, called Aspinwall at Josephine Commons, is the 2nd phase of the development, after Josephine Commons Senior Housing (Phase I), which was completed in 2012. The 95 existing units will be renovated based on comprehensive needs assessments and will vary on scope of work, depending on the conditions.
There is an online map of all the 167 units within this project.
The Aspinwall development features townhomes and duplexes ranging in size from 1 bedroom to 4 bedrooms and will provide an environment that supports a variety of residents. Common space amenities include a playground, and a communal green area.
The existing housing units will be renovated based on comprehensive needs assessments completed for those units. As with all of the units we own, BCHA strives to ensure that our properties continue to be well-maintained, safe for residents, energy-efficient, aesthetically-pleasing, and to be a good neighbor.
The story behind the name: Aspinwall at Josephine Commons
The site is named after Josephine Aspinwall Roche (1886-1976), who was the controlling owner of the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company, which owned and operated many of the mines in the Lafayette area, including the site upon which these 72 units of affordable rentals will be constructed. Watch the video of historian Elinor McGinn talking about Josephine Aspinwall Roche.