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We welcomed 166 families at The Rose on Colfax, and Northfield Commons, two newly completed properties in Colorado. We also broke ground in Glendale, Arizona on Glendale Senior Apartments, which will be home to 148 seniors when complete.


Our development pipeline has never been stronger and over the next few years we will develop and preserve more than 900 units of housing in our region.


MHSW received a $308,000 grant from Mercy Care AZ, that will go towards breaking barriers to healthcare access for all our senior residents in Arizona.


Volunteer Week was a success with over 150 corporate and individual participants across CO and AZ assisting eight properties with fifteen different activities


Mercy Housing Mountain Plains

Mercy Housing Mountain Plains (MHMP) residents are the reason we work hard to bring affordable housing solutions to those most in need across our region. With the increasing demand for affordable housing, our development pipeline is strong as we work with partners, residents, and communities to answer the need. Whether we are breaking ground on a brand-new affordable housing community, upgrading an already existing community, or welcoming residents to their new homes, MHMP is committed to bringing service-enriched housing to the communities we serve.

The Rose on Colfax combines housing with childcare and brings service-enriched housing to a neighborhood with a shortage of childcare and affordable homes.


By the Numbers

47% Families

35% Seniors

18% People with special needs







Meet Jennalee

“Life has definitely been a roller coaster but sometimes you just have to take it one day at a time and stay positive and keep going.” The Rose on Colfax resident, Jenalee, has many life mottos. This is one of them. A single mom of two, and a cystic fibrosis warrior, Jenalee and her family have settled into their new home located in Denver’s east side. “I like the security, and I just like everything about it,” she shared. Before moving into The Rose on Colfax, Jenalee and her girls lived with her mom in a one-bedroom apartment. With the comfort of knowing her mom is still just a quick phone call away, Jenalee is looking ahead. She has enrolled one of her daughters in the Head Start program, run by Mercy Housing partner, The Mile High Early Learning Center, located on the ground floor of The Rose. “I know she is going to have a structured environment in which she can play and learn,” she explained, leaving Jenalee with more time to focus on herself and the future. 

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