Arapahoe Green Townhomes is a 60-unit community offering two and three bedroom, multi-level townhomes. Built in 2002, these beautiful buildings are located in unincorporated Arapahoe County, a community you will love! Need more information about how to become an Archway Resident? Check out some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about how to become a resident.
About the Neighborhood
Arapahoe Green is located near Dayton Triangle and Indian Creek in unincorporated Arapahoe County. At South Xenia Street and East Mississippi, Arapahoe Green lies within Denver’s award-winning Cherry Creek school district and in close proximity to city parks and shopping centers.
Archway provides an array of services to a variety of populations including: individuals, families, youth, people aging in place, refugees, people who come from experiencing homelessness, and chronically homeless and homeless veterans.
The purpose of services is to support tenants as they adjust to life in their home and promote healthy, happy, and quality lives; this is done on an individual/family basis, in the onsite community, and as a part of the larger community.
The Supportive Services team responds to the needs of the onsite community and works with the tenants to identify building needs and connecting tenants to appropriate programming, resources, and activities. This takes the form of onsite programming, such as life skills groups, therapeutic support groups, advocacy opportunities, community integration, youth enrichment programming, and wellness activities. Supportive Services collaborate internally across sites and with agencies and community groups
There are seven standardized groups in use throughout Archway Communities that are developed based on the needs of tenants. Each month, Supportive Services staff will work together to create a monthly calendar of events at each community focusing on individualizing these groups to meet the unique tenant needs.
For more information on our services programming, please visit our Supportive Services page: