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Tungsten Village

333 State Highway 72
Nederland, CO

Type: Government, Multi-Unit Residential, Prefabrication

Owner: Boulder County Housing Authority

Architect: Coburn Architects

Project Summary

Tungsten Village was built to address the Town of Nederland’s need for affordable housing. Owned and managed by the Boulder County Housing Authority, the 26-unit community was developed as a response to increasing local rents and the reduction of the town’s housing stock following a severe flood.

The three-story, 24,888 sq. ft. building contains one, two and three-bedroom units. Construction is wood frame, slab on grade. Additional spaces include property management offices and storage lockers. Outdoors, residents have onsite parking and a nature area at the northeast side of the property, near the peaceful North Beaver Creek.

Tungsten Village is an Enterprise Green Community with a photovoltaic solar system producing approximately 31 KwH/YR. The project team worked closely with the Town of Nederland to ensure that recycling, composting and green initiatives were met, and the construction incorporated solar, pervious surfaces and downcast lighting to promote Nederland’s Dark Sky initiative.

The transit-oriented community is across the street from Nederland’s RTD Park-n-Ride, and a community walkway though the site allows neighbors to quickly reach the heart of the town.

Prefabrication: Milender White delivered 6,446 linear feet of wall panels and 15,700 square feet of flooring for this project. 

Below is the video to the virtual ribbon cutting ceremony that was held September 23rd, 2020.



Tungsten Prefab


Winner of Project Pride Award!

Tungsten Prefab

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