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A Comfort Inn would be one of several hotels in District 8 to shelter people experiencing homelessness.

DENVER — As part of Mayor Mike Johnston’s plan to house 1,000 people, Denver is looking to convert another hotel in North Park Hill. 

Neighbors showed up to a community meeting on Tuesday to say they’re not happy with this idea. They believe too many units are going in their area, when some city council districts don’t have any proposed sites. 

The meeting was about a proposed shelter option at the Comfort Inn at 4685 Quebec St. Part of the property has been used for lodging, and some rooms have been offered as temporary emergency housing for families experiencing homelessness. 

During a presentation at the meeting, the city said they now want to lease the entire hotel as a non-congregate shelter in 2024. The 138 rooms would support individuals and couples. 

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