Mark Gelband

Mark Gelband

Mark Gelband is a 31-year Boulder resident currently on self-granted sabbatical in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he and his family are working on a large-scale art project centered on sustainability, affordable housing, green energy, fostering creative passions, cooperative ownership and living wages, shared food, and community good. He supports Bedrooms Are For People, housing the unhoused, and the CU South agreement as baby steps toward the common good of building abundant housing and a less car-centric future.


Boulder agrees on the problems. Scholars agree on a simple solution.

By: - September 14, 2021

Nearly everyone in Boulder agrees: Our open space is amazing but not if we can’t go outside because of the air quality; the University of Colorado has done a terrible job providing enough affordable student and faculty housing; the city, too, has a dearth of affordable housing and housing prices are out of control; we […]