Recent Multifamily Housing News

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Affordable Private Sector Housing The BAS1S team has been a long-term advocate for affordable housing of various types. From providing pro-bono work for local chapters of Habitat for Humanity to working with Housing Authorities, to advocating through volunteer work and weighing in on public policy, we believe communities are stronger by having housing availability for [...]Read More >

Peak View Apartments

Like many other mountain towns across Colorado and the west, Estes Park is suffering from an extreme lack of housing attainable to multiple income levels working in the valley. Very few units had been built over the last decade - a recent study estimated a need for up to 1,500 new housing units.  In 2016 [...]Read More >

Alarado Development

On a long-vacant parcel at the eastern edge of downtown Estes Park, the Alarado development addresses a number of community needs. The majority of the main level houses a new Urgent Care Facility - a wing of the local hospital Estes Park Medical Center. the Urgent Care expands services available to residents and visitors alike [...]Read More >


We have long advocated for affordable and workforce housing in communities. Mountain resort communities are especially susceptible to housing inequality as wealthier people move and retire to these enchanted communities. When the builders and developers approached us about designing a community of workforce housing, townhomes and single family homes we jumped at the chance to [...]Read More >

Good Samaritan Society

When the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society came to us to help develop their Estes Park facility, we proposed an architectural style loosely coined ‘parkitecture’ based on using western national park buildings as influences. The resulting project is complimentary to its unique mountain resort community and one of the preeminent Good Samaritan Society facilities. The [...]Read More >


This project presented an opportunity to design an anchor mixed use building on a brownfield site at the West end of downtown. The ground level plan includes four retail units with prime street frontage plus a large space on the Town’s Riverwalk for retail or arts group use. The upper floor consists of nine higher [...]Read More >

Good Samaritan, Fox Run

The Good Samaritan Society felt that a presence in the new Fox Run development on the west side of Greeley, Colorado would be advantageous. We developed a master plan of senior housing for one of two tracts owned by the Society. The plan calls for over 200 units of independent apartment and assisted living distributed [...]Read More >