Denver's Housing Crunch Could Threaten Its Popularity With Millennials

Condo construction in the city has essentially halted, and that's driving up the cost of homes, as well as apartments in the trendy downtown neighborhood.

Downtown Denver is seeing a boom in apartment buildings thanks to a renovation of the Union Station rail hub. But they are too pricey for many millennials. Photo by Fawn Johnson/National Journal.
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