Denver Neighborhoods

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Denver Alamo Placita Neighborhood Denver Auraria Neighborhood Denver Athmar Park Neighborhood
Denver Baker Neighborhood Denver Barnum Neighborhood Denver Belcaro Neighborhood
Denver Berkeley Park Neighborhood Denver Berkeley West/Regis Neighborhood Denver Bonnie Neighborhood
Denver Capital Neighborhood Denver Chaffee Neighborhood Denver Cherry Creek Neighborhood
Denver Civic Center Neighborhood Denver City Park Neighborhood Denver Clayton Neighborhood
Denver Congress Park Neighborhood Denver Cory Merrill Neighborhood Denver Country Club Neighborhood
Denver Crestmoor Neighborhood Denver Five Points, Curtis Park Neighborhood Denver Golden Triangle Neighborhood
Denver Hilltop Neighborhood Denver's Golden Triangle Neighborhood Denver Jefferson Park Neighborhood
Larimer Square Is Located In LoDo Denver LoDo Neighborhood Denver Lowry Neighborhood
Denver Montbello Neighborhood Denver Montclair Neighborhood Denver Observatory Park Neighborhood
Denver Park Hill Neighborhood Denver's Polo Club Neighborhood Denver Stapleton Neighborhood
Denver Sloan's Lake Neighborhood Denver Sunnyside East Neighborhood Denver Sun Valley Neighborhood
Denver's University Park Neighborhood Denver Virginia Village Neighborhood Denver Washington Park Neighborhood
Denver Whitter Neighborhood

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The hottest neighborhoods in Denver according to 5280 Magazine's May 2010 edition.


Belcaro neighborhood is one of Denver's exclusive luxury home neighborhoods.

Berkeley West/Regis neighborhood seems to attract young couples that may not be able to afford the higher priced Highland neighborhood nearby.

Congress Park South neighborhood  located in central Denver, home values went up in 2009.

Jefferson Park neighborhood has more modestly priced homes.

Park Hill East neighborhood
is an affordable alternative neighborhood, it's close to Denver's City Park most of this neighborhoods homes are bungalows and Tudors.

Sloan's Lake West neighborhood is Denver's largest lake you'll find joggers, boaters, and water skiers in this park, it has become a popular area to live.

Sunnyside East neighborhood is located in northwest Denver

Washington Park West is a hipper alternative to the popular and more expensive Washington Park East neighborhood.


Denver Alamo Placita Neighborhood

Denver Alamo Placita neighborhood boundaries:
North: 6th Avenue South: Speer Boulevard
East: Downing Street
West: Pennsylvania Street  


The Denver Alamo Placita neighborhood was named after Denver's Alamo Placita park, which is in the "National Register of Historic Places". The Alamo Placita neighborhood has a history dating back to approximately 1889. 


This neighborhood primarily consists of single family homes with architectural designs such as Queen Anne style, Cottage style, American Foursquare (Simple box shape two-and-a-half stories high), Tudor, condos, and townhomes. 


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Alamo Placita, Denver, Colorado 

List of Denver neighborhoods 

 


Denver Auraria neighborhood sign

Denver Auraria Neighborhood

List of Neighborhoods in Denver 

Denver's Auraria Neighborhood  


Denver Athmar Park Neighborhood


Denver Athmar Park neighborhood boundaries:
North: Alameda Avenue
East: Mississippi Avenue
South: S Platte Avenue
West: Federal Boulevard 


The Denver Athmar Park neighborhood is a easy commute to downtown Denver and is located in the southwest section of Denver. 


Additional Links  

List of Neighborhoods in Denver 

Athmar Park, Denver, Colorado 

Athmar Park neighborhood association  

Denver Baker Neighborhood


Denver Baker neighborhood boundaries:
North: Sixth Avenue
South: Mississippi Avenue
East: Lincoln Street
West: Platte River 


The Baker neighborhood is one of if not the oldest neighborhood in Denver. 


Much of Denver’s Baker neighborhood on the western side is industrial, but on the eastern side from Broadway east have many residences and small businesses. The Baker neighborhood is diverse in its business community and the eclectic mix of people that inhabit the neighborhood. Along Broadway you’ll find family owned shops, restaurants, many antique stores, and clothing stores many of which feature vintage clothing. 


You’ll be able to find an array of places to live in the Barker neighbor. Most of the architecture is typical to many Denver neighborhoods and include the traditional Denver Squares, Queen Anne, Dutch Colonial Revivals most styles are 2-stories and bungalows. You’ll also find condos, townhomes, and apartments. 


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Baker, Denver 

Denver Barnum neighborhood home photo


Denver Barnum Neighborhood


Denver Barnum neighborhood boundaries:
North: West 6th Avenue
South: Alameda Avenue
East: Federal Boulevard
West: Sheridan Boulevard 


The Denver Barnum neighborhood is another historical neighborhood and is located in the south west corridor of the city. 


The Barnum neighborhood was named after Phineas T. Barnum (better known as P.T. Barnum) who was half owner of the Barnum and Bailey Circus. P.T. Barnum owned well over 700 acres in the late 1800’s and kept his circus animals there when not touring. 


The Barnum housing and residents are diverse. You’ll find affordable single family homes such as ranch - one story frame and frame brick, a few tudor homes and one story duplex homes, many of the homes have been completely remodeled. Most homes in the Barnum neighborhood were originally built in the 1930 era.  


Denver also has another neighborhood called Barnum West, also named after P.T. Barnum. This area is an easy and quick way to get on I-25 for commuters going north or south.  


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Denver's Barnum Neighborhood 


The Berkeley Park neighborhood photo


Denver Berkeley Park Neighborhood


The Berkeley Park neighborhood boundaries:
North: I-70
South: 46th Ave
East: Federal Boulevard
West: Sheridan Boulevard
The hot spot of the Berkeley Park Neighborhood is Tennyson Street, between 38th and 44th Avenues. 


You’ll enjoy this neighborhood with all of its quaint restaurants, chic boutiques, spas, galleries, as well as the Tennyson Street Cultural Association which hosts an art walk the first Friday of each month – you’ll see art of every kind as well as the wines and cheese in the studios. While visiting spend some time at the “Oriental Theater featuring music, comedy and movies, there is always something going on in Berkeley.  


Denver’s Berkeley neighbor real estate market has been strong for years; property prices are a little higher than some Denver neighborhoods but still very affordable, its true, in real estate it’s all about location. 


Berkeley West/Regis Neighborhood


The Berkeley West/Regis neighborhood seems to attract young couples that may not be able to afford the higher priced Highland neighborhood nearby.

Berkeley, Denver, Colorado 

Denver Belcaro Neighborhood


Denver Belcaro neighborhood boundaries:
North: Cherry Creek Drive on the north
South: Tennessee Blvd
East:  Colorado Blvd
West:  Steele Street


According to 5280 Magazine, May 2010 issue, this is one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods.


Belcaro is also One of Denver's most exclusive luxury home neighborhoods. You'll find two story and ranch style homes but they are pricey in the one million plus range. Belcaro is located near the popular Bonnie Brae neighborhood in southeast Denver.


Homeowners have an easy commute to one of the mosy popular area's in Denver, Cherry Creek, and Downtown.

Belacaro, Denver, Colorado 


Denver Bonnie Brae neighborhood photo


Denver Bonnie Brae Neighborhood


Denver Bonnie Brae neighborhood boundaries:
North: Exposition Avenue
South: Mississippi
East: University Blvd.
West: Steele Street 


The Bonnie Brae neighborhood was originally designed to resemble a Scottish village with all the Scottish charm, the neighborhood now boasts an eclectic mix of old and new styles of housing in its beautiful residential areas perfect for homebuyers seeking a charismatic, eclectic neighborhood.  

Bonnie Brae is definitely one of the most charming neighborhoods in the city!

You'll find great restaurants; shops, a meat market, and even an old fashioned ice cream parlor where many residents sit out on the front patio to people watch and get together. This neighborhood has attempted to retain the 1920’s flavor for the community. There are approximately 30 businesses in the bonnie Brae neighborhood.

Commuting from Bonnie Brae to Denver is easy, the main thoroughfares is University Blvd.  


Home construction in the Bonnie Brae neighborhood began in the early 1900’s and continued past WWII. Today you’ll find the best of both the old and new homes in Bonnie Brae. Many homes are Brick flat roofed designs called the International Style which became popular after WWII. Many of these homes have been remodeled, updated and have had additions added.  


Homes in this neighborhood are a little pricy but affordable and primarily inhabited by middle and upper middle income families. This is a neighborhood that cares! 


The housing architecture is predominately nostalgic featuring steep-roofed brick Tudors, cottages, colonials, and stucco mission houses. 


Additional Links:  

Bonnie Brae Ice Cream 

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Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Info 

Bonnie Brae Neighborhoods Block Party 

Denver Business Journal 


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Denver Capital Hill Neighborhood


Denver Capital Hill neighborhood boundaries:
North: Colfax
South: Sixth Avenue
East: Downing Street
West: Broadway 


The Capitol Hill neighborhood is named after Denver's state Capital Building, the dome of the capital building is covered with gold flake (yes gold) and can be seen for miles because it was built on a hill, in fact the 3rd step from the top is actually 1 mile high which accounts for Denver being referred to as the “Mile High City”. 


There is also a neighborhood called North Capitol Hill which is identified in the mind's of locals as Uptown. Colfax Avenue provides the border for both of these neighborhoods. 


In Denver's Capital Hill district, you will find one of the most diverse and eclectic neighborhoods the city has to offer and a culture all its own.  


Capital Hill is just one of Denver's business districts, its old buildings have a charm all their own, most of the buildings were built around the 1920s.  


Between 10th and 11th Streets on Sherman you'll find “Poet's Row”, a block of historic apartment complexes all named after lyrical luminaries such as Emily Dickenson and Robert Frost. It is even more appropriate considering Alan Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac lived on the hill at one time. 


Cheesman Park is a grassy expanse that is technically north of the neighborhood, though many consider it a Capital Hill park. Visit Cheesman Park any weekend afternoon, and it will be clogged with joggers and speed walkers, a great place to people watch.
Clubs Bars & Restaurants in Capital Hill include:

Governor's Park Bar & Grill is constantly overflowing with patrons, especially during happy hour, which it is well known for. You can often find many of our Colorado elected officials frequenting Governors Park because of its close proximity to the Colorado State Capital.  


Charlie Brown's is located just up the street from Governors Park and it is another neighborhood watering hole, a real favorite of the beat poets. 


Kerouac and Ginsbergs 35-year-old piano bar shares a building with The Colburn Hotel, one of many places to stay on Capital Hill.  


The Burnsley Hotel is another option, and is located across the street on 10th and Grant.

If you don't want the traditional hotel and are looking for something unique try the Capital Hill Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn, and in the morning, head over to Penn Street Perk, the only coffee shop in the area that challenges Starbucks's in popularity. 


The Capital Hill neighborhood offers one of Denver's widest range in housing styles and price ranges; you'll find everything from high-rise apartments and condos, apartments and condos in historic mansions, single-family homes, and lofts in renovated commercial buildings. Many apartment buildings have been rehabilitated throughout Capitol Hill, commercial buildings have been transformed into mixed-use housing projects, and vacant lots have given rise to new construction for housing developments. 


A fun point of interest Denver’s Capital Hill neighborhood houses the original home of Thomas Croke who built it in 1890 then sold it to Thomas Patterson after living in it for only two years this home has had reports of ghostly encounters starting in 1970. When the home was being remodeled in 1970 workers and visitors alike have reported sounds of someone typing when there is nobody there. Another story goes that Croke’s two Doberman Pinchers had jumped out of a window three stories high and were subsequently found dead speculation is something must have frightened them. Sources hauntedDenver.com, Strangeusa.com, ^The Denver Newspaper  


You can get more information on the Colorado state capital building on the additional links. 


Additional Links 

Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods 

Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods History 

Capitol Hill, Denver Colorado 


Denver Chaffee Park Neighborhood


Denver Chaffee Park neighborhood boundaries:
North: 48th
South: 38th
East: Inca
West: Tejon 


Residents of Chaffee Park have an easy commute to downtown Denver via 38th Avenue and can access I-25 north and south in just minutes. 


Denver's Chaffee Park is an historic neighborhood with contemporary ideas and is another one of Denver's rediscovered areas full of character and charm. 


You'll find the majority of Chaffee Park’s commerce district along 38th Avenue. 38th Avenue features authentic Mexican restaurants, markets, banks and much more.  


Denver's Chaffee Park is primarily a residential neighborhood with old churches, fire house, police station, and there is a Boy's club and a girl's club in the neighborhood. You will find another eclectic blend of architecture throughout the Chaffee Park neighborhood homes are generally small brick bungalows, Victorian, Queen Ann, Denver Square, Craftsman and Tudor styles.  


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Denver Cherry Creek neighborhood photo

Denver Cherry Creek Neighborhood

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Denver Cherry Creek neighborhood boundaries:
North: 6th Avenue
South: Exposition Avenue
East: Colorado Boulevard
West: University Boulevard 


The Cherry Creek neighborhood is one of Denver's upscale neighborhoods. 


You'll find the Denver Country Club, Denver's most prestigious shopping center is the Cherry Creek Mall, gyms, cafes, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, and a three-day outdoor market every early July.  


There is also a Cherry Creek North shopping and dining area which is a 16 city-block area with more than 300 galleries, boutiques, restaurants and salons and spas as well as the pedestrian plaza named the "Fillmore Plaza". 


The Cherry Creek housing market is one of Denver's upscale areas and has traditionally held its higher priced values. 


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Cherry Creek, Denver, Colorado 

Cherry Creek  


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Denver Civic Center Neighborhood


Denver Civic Center neighborhood boundaries:
Located between the boundaries of Lincoln, Colfax and Speer. 


Denver's Civic Center is the #3 Up-and-Coming Neighborhoods in the U.S. according to an article in Business Week magazine. 


The neighborhood is named after another neighborhood and park in Denver and is commonly know by locals as "The Golden Triangle". There is a reason the civic center is known as the center of Denverites civic life in the city. It’s the area of arts, government, Denver’s public library’s main library, Denver’s city and county building, Colorado state judicial building, and a number of local festivals and parades held annually in the park. The Civic Center Park itself includes many statues, fountains, beautiful gardens, as well as a Greek amphitheater, a war memorial, skateboarding and the Voorhees Memorial Seal Pond. 


You’ll find new construction, high-rise condominiums, townhomes, apartments, and a touch or the older Denver architecture. 


Additional Links  

Business Week, Civic Center Neighborhood 

Golden Triangle Association - Denver, Colorado 

Civic Center, Denver, Colorado 


Denver city park and City Park West neighborhood photo


Denver City Park Neighborhood


Denver city park and City Park West neighborhood boundaries:
North: 23rd Avenue
South: Colfax Avenue
East: Colorado Boulevard
West: York Street
Located in east-central Denver. 


The city park neighborhood was named after Denver’s City Park. The park itself is the largest in Denver, 330 acres, and includes a boat house, 2 lakes, the zoo, and the Denver Museum of Natural History; there is something for everyone in this lovely neighborhood. Golfers will find Denver’s City Park golf course just north of the park a great place to spend some leisure time, and it is affordable. 


The residential part of City Park is relatively small, most of the original homes were built in the early 20th century. You’ll find primarily brick homes, bungalows, new construction renovated homes and more here.  


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City Park, Denver, Colorado 

City Park West, Denver, Colorado  

City Park West neighborhood association 


Denver Clayton Neighborhood


Denver Clayton neighborhood boundaries:
North: 43rd Avenue
South: 30th Avenue
East: Elm Street
West: Elizabeth Street 


This neighborhood is a neighborhood in transition. 


The Clayton neighborhood primarily consists of single family homes with architectural designs such as traditional Bungalow, Tudor, Denver square, and two-story homes. 


Additional Links  

Denver's Clayton Neighborhood Association 

Denver Clayton Neighborhood Info 


Denver's Cole neighborhood photo

Denver Cole Neighborhood


Denver’s Cole neighborhood boundaries:
North: 40th Avenue
South: 32nd Avenue
East: York Street
West: Downing Street 


The Cole neighborhood is located in Denver’s City Council District 8.

The Cole neighborhood primarily consists of single family homes with architectural designs such as traditional Bungalow, Tudor, Denver square, Folk Victorian, and two-story homes. 


Additional Links  

Denver Neighborhoods 

The Cole Neighborhood Memoirs 

Research the Cole neighborhood 


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Denver Congress Park Neighborhood


Denver Congress Park neighborhood boundaries:
North: Colfax Avenue
South: 6th Avenue
East: Harrison Street
West: Josephine Street 


According to 5280 Magazine, May 2010 issue, this is one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods.

Located in central south east Denver, the Congress Park neighborhood was named after the United States Congress, the original land was Prospect Hill Cemetery, the cemetery became an eyesore due to a lack of maintenance, and upkeep and the U.S. Congress decided the best use of the land would be a park and Congress Park was established soon to be followed by the Congress Park neighborhood. The Congress Park neighborhood was then named after the park. 


You’ll find a wide variety of architecture in this neighborhood, from brick Bungalows, Victorians, Art Deco, sturdy Denver Squares, grand Gothic, Dutch Colonial Revivals, Mission, Mediterranean, and graceful Queen Annes along 7th Avenue, and high-rise apartments from the 1960 era.  


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e Talk About Denver's Congress Park Neighborhood 

Congress Park 


Denver Cory Merrill neighborhood photo

Denver Cory Merrill Neighborhood


Denver Cory Merrill neighborhood boundaries:
North: Tennessee Avenue
South: Interstate 25
East: Albion Street
West: York Street 


This neighborhood is another upscale neighborhood and is located south of the Bonnie Brae neighborhood in what is considered south east Denver. 


Cory Merrill has become one of the hottest neighborhoods in Denver, this is one of those neighborhoods in transition you read about. You’ll find upper-end custom homes builders replacing older homes giving the neighborhood new life and a new look.  


Residents of the Cory Merrill neighborhood have easy and quick access to interstate 25 north and south, the neighborhood is also close to Denver’s upscale Cherry Creek neighborhood, Denver’s Washington Park neighborhood, Denver’s Bonnie Brae village neighborhood. 


This neighborhood primarily consists of single family homes with architectural designs such as single-story/ranches, brick Tudors, and new two-story  


Additional Links  

Cory-Merril Neighborhood Association 

Cory Merrill neighborhood in Denver, Colorado Detailed Profile 


Denver Country Club neighborhood photo

Denver Country Club Neighborhood


Denver Country Club neighborhood boundaries: 

North: 6th Avenue along Circle Drive
South: 1st Avenue
East: University Boulevard
West: Downing Street 


The Denver County Club neighborhood was originally built for Denver’s elite society in 1901, the same time as the Denver Country Club itself, and was designated a Historic District in 1979.  


This neighborhood primarily consists of single family homes with architectural designs such as large Tudor, Mediteranian, Denver Square, Gothic, and Georgian styles homes most of which are mansions. You'll also find upscale townhomes in the Denver Country Club as well. Home prices range from $1.5 million to around $2.5 million. 


Additional Links  

Golf-Link.Com 

About Country Club Historic Neighborhood 

Historic Denver Country Club Design Guidelines 

Country Club Historic Neighborhood Association 

Home Photos Denver Country Club 


Denver Crestmoor Neighborhood


Denver Crestmoor neighborhood boundaries:
North - 6th Avenue
South - Alameda
East - Holly Street
West - Colorado Boulevard 


Crestmoor is considered one of the most sought-after communities in Denver.

Denver’s Crestmoor and Hilltop neighborhoods are side by side with similar architecture such as English Tudors, 2-story colonials and Georgians, as well as, luxurious custom built homes. Located in Southeast Denver the neighborhood is only 5 miles to downtown Denver, approximately a 15 minute drive,and just 1.5 miles to Denver’s affluent Cherry Creek North neighborhood. There are three parks in the Crestmoor and Hilltop neighborhoods. 


Additional Links 

Denver's Crestmoor Park Neighborhood  

Crestmoor Park Neighborhood Park Map & Boundries 


Five Points neighborhood photo

Denver Five Points, Curtis Park Neighborhood


Five Points neighborhood boundaries:
Park Avenue, Downing Street, Stout Street, Tremont Place. Note: The boundaries between the Curtis Park, Five Points and Ballpark neighborhoods overlap.  


Census tract authorities apply the name "Five Points" to all three areas, while other authorities call the entire area "Curtis Park." 


Located just north of LoDo, take Denver’s light rail and visit The Five Points. 


The Five Points Neighborhood is a busy retail, restaurant and services corridor on Welton Street. 


The Five Points has more history than most of the entire Metro Denver area. The Five Points has historically been a music venue like no other in Denver Colorado. The greatest jazz musicians such as Charlie Parker, Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton once played their Jazz music in the Five Points. In its jazz days people would “bar hop” from one club to another all night long, there were many "after hours clubs" that stayed open to the wee hours of the morning. 


Today the Five points has been rejuvenated with Denver ending its light rail system in the middle of Five points. You’ll find diversity, excellent restaurants, shopping, the Black American West Museum, and entertainment, as well as Denver’s first public open space, Mestizo-Curtis Park. 


The Denver Office of Cultural Affairs and the Denver free concert events put on an annual Five Points Jazz fest every year. The annual Juneteenth celebration commemorates the announcement of the end of slavery in Texas and is a festive event. 


Contractors have remodeled and brought new construction to the Five Points today you’ll find single story duplexes, grand Victorian mansions, flat-roofed row-houses and classic two-story Denver squares 


Additional Links  

Culture & Heritage 

The Regional Transportation District "RTD" Five Points Station 

Five Points. One of Denver’s Odest Nighborhoods 


Denver Golden Triangle neighborhood photo

Denver Golden Triangle Neighborhood


Denver Golden Triangle neighborhood boundaries:
North: Colfax Avenue
South: Speer Blvd.
East: Lincoln (According to the Downtown Denver Partnership)
West: Speer Blvd. 


The Golden Triangle neighborhood is very small compared to most but it is of major importance to the city. You’ll find the Civic Center and several cultural institutions at in the north end of the neighborhood. The Golden Triangle neighborhood is one of Denver’s most important historic and vibrant neighborhoods.  


The majority of homes are along Lincoln, you’ll find many homes that have been completely renovated as well as the traditions older Denver architecture. 


Additional Links  

Golden Triangle Association - Denver, Colorado 

Golden Triangle, Denver, Colorado 


Denver Hilltop Neighborhood


Hilltop neighborhood boundries: 

North – East 8th Avenue
South – East Alameda
East - Holly Street
West - Colorado Boulevard 


Hilltop is only 1 square mile but it is considered one of the most prestigious and sought-after communities in Denver.

Located in Southeast Denver the neighborhood is just 5 miles to downtown Denver (approximately a 15 minute drive) and just 1.5 miles to Denver’s affluent Cherry Creek North neighborhood. Hilltop is considered one of the most sought-after communities in Denver.  


The Hilltop and Crestmoor neighborhoods are adjoined side by side with similar architecture such as English Tudors, 2-story colonials and Georgians, as well as, luxurious custom built homes, large estates and extravagant mansions. 


Additional Links 

Denver's Hilltop Neighborhood 

South Hilltop Neighborhood Assoc. 

Denver Hilltop Neighborhood Map 


Denver Highlands neighborhood photo

Denver’s Highlands Neighborhood

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Denver Highlands neighborhood boundaries
North: W 38th Avenue
South: W 32nd Avenue
East: Zuni St
West: Federal Blvd 


The Highlands neighborhood (not Highlands Ranch) has always been known for its ethnic diversity. It began in the early 19th century with predominantly Italian and German immigrants migrating to Denver. The Highlands neighborhood was later populated largely by Spanish speaking immigrants.  


The Highlands neighborhood has been rejuvenate and become one of Denver's favorite neighborhoods; you'll enjoy its ambiance. The Highlands neighborhood is now full of restaurants, boutiques, novelty stores and martini bars and is just a few minutes from downtown Denver.  


The Highlands' residential district with its quaint architecture has made Highlands a favorite place to live by locals. Many of the interiors of its homes and businesses feature exposed brick walls, old world winding staircases, and Victorian architecture. Major builder's have become active in Highlands neighborhood in the past several years and built new houses and condos to keep up with the residential demand as well as rentals in a variety of architectural styles. 


Additional Links  

Highlands Square 

Photos of Denver's Highlands Neighborhood 

Maps to Coral Room - Highlands Neighborhood 

Things in Denver's Highland Neighborhood 

Denver's Highland Neighborhood 

About Denver's Highland Neighborhood 


Denver Jefferson Park Neighborhood


Denver Jefferson Park neighborhood boundaries:
South: 17th Avenue
North: Speer Boulevard
East: Platte River
West: Federal Boulevard  


According to 5280 Magazine, May 2010 issue, this is one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods and homes are modestly priced homes.  


The Jefferson Park neighborhood rests on a bluff to the northwest of downtown Denver providing fabulous views of Denver's Central Platte Valley neighborhood. 


Jefferson park is one of Denver’s parks and is located at Clay Street and west 32nd Avenue, you’ll enjoy it’s a basketball court, picnic shelter, and playground. 


Jefferson Park is another of Denver’s entertainment hubs and is located close to Elitch Gardens, the Children's Museum, Colorado Ocean Journey, Invesco Field, the home of the Denver Broncos NFL football team, and Loretto Heights University is in the Jefferson Park neighborhood. It’s no wonder this neighborhood is one of Denver’s up and coming places to live! 


Today you’ll find affordable housing with a vast variety of architectural designs from many past eras from single family homes from the early 20th century to apartment complexes built in the 1950s and 1960s. Homeowners and builders are renovating many homes in this area. 


Additional Links  

RealtyTimes.Com 

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The Larimer Square neighborhood photo

Larimer Square Is Located In LoDo


The Larimer Square neighborhood.  


Larimer Square is located in lower downtown in a restored section of Denver's oldest street, Larimer. When you visit you'll see beautiful Victorian buildings that have been restored to house a large collection of cafes and restaurants, art galleries, clothing stores, nightclubs, lofts, flats, Condos, and townhomes for those who like to live that cosmopolitan lifestyle. Larimer Square in “LoDo” is a must see!  


Additional Links 

LoDo, Denver, Colorado 

About Larimer Square 

Dine @ Larimer Square  

Larimer Square Events  

The Market @ Larimer Square - A Favorite! 

The Best Dining, Shopping & Entertainment in Downtown Denver.  

Larimer Square The First Historic District in Colorado 


Denver LoDo neighborhood photo

Denver LoDo Neighborhood


Denver LoDo neighborhood boundaries:
North: 20th Street
South: Cherry Creek
East: Larimer Street
West: Wynkoop Street. 


Lower Downtown Denver is referred to as "LoDo" by the local population.  


"LoDo" was Denver's original downtown and is the cities oldest district covering approximately 23 acres.  


"LoDo” is the place to go for entertainment, nightlife, great restaurants, shopping and people watching! You'll find trendy pubs, piano bars, wine lounges, martini bars, restaurants, gourmet bistro, the Comedy House", retail shops, Coors Field home of the Colorado Rockies, art galleries, horse drawn carriage rides and much more.  


You'll find historic buildings as well as landmarks mixed in with the rejuvenation of the area. Many of "LoDo's" historic buildings have been converted to flats, lofts, condos and townhomes. You won't want to miss looking at "The Glass House" if you are considering this area 


Additional Links 

LoDo - Denver's Lower Downtown Neighborhood 

Downtown Denver 

Map of LoDo 

History of LoDo 

Search for Denver, Colorado MLS listings and homes for sale in the LoDo neighborhood 

LoDo's Nightlife Guide 


Denver Lowry neighborhood photo

Denver Lowry Neighborhood


Denver Lowry neighborhood boundaries:
North: Eleventh Avenue
South: Alameda Avenue
East: Yosemite Street
West: Monaco Parkway 


This neighborhood was the home of the old Lowry Air Force Base. The base closed in 1994, providing Denver and Aurora (the two cities that had jurisdiction over the base's property) an opportunity to use the former base to build a new neighborhood. Denver and Aurora took on an intensive planning process which included local residents and businesses from 1991 to 1993 creating this successful redevelopment. 


Today you’ll find open spaces, several parks covering 500 acres and recreational areas, golf course, an Ice Arena, many small shops, and centers, several coffee houses, pottery galleries, restaurants, an aviation museum as well as state-of-the-art educational facilities.  


Denver’s Lowry neighborhood was selected as the site for the 1998 Parade of Homes event in May 2007. 


The Lowry neighborhood is far from a cookie-cutter community! Lowry offers an architectural diversity seldom found in today’s modern developments by some of Denver's best homebuilders. You’ll find affordable living options, apartments, condos, townhomes, patio homes, single family homes, custom homes, multi million dollar homes, and the old Officers quarters which have been renovated combining the old and new. In Lowry it all comes together to create a wonderful community like no other. The Lowry neighborhood has it all and should be an area to consider if you are contemplating purchasing a home in Denver.

Lowry received the Governor’s Award for Smart Growth 


Additional Links  

Lowry Air Force Base 

The History of Lowry 

Lowry Neighborhood Info. & Events 

Denver's Lowry neighborhood  

Search for Denver, Colorado MLS listings and homes for sale in the Lowry neighborhood 


Denver Montbello Neighborhood


Denver Montbello neighborhood boundaries: 

Locate in the northeast corner of Denver
North: E 56Avenue
South: I-70
East: Chambers Road
West: Havana Street 


The name Montebello stands for “beautiful mountain” because of the many spectacular views of the metropolitan Denver area. 


Montbello provides amenities such as seven parks, a recreation center, a library, high school, and an elementary school. Montbello has a wide verity of restaurants and shopping choices most of which are about 20 minutes away. 


Home prices in Montbello are affordable. 


Additional Links  

DenverGov.Org/ Neighborhood Boundaries 

Montbello, Denver 


Denver Montclair Neighborhood


Denver Montclair neighborhood boundaries: 

North: Montview Avenue
South: 11th Ave.
East: Yosemite
West: Quebec 


The Montclair neighborhood is on the eastern border of central Denver. 


Montclair is another one of Denver’s Historic Districts. In the 19th century Baron Water Von Richthofen selected Montclair as one of Denver’s best locations. Montclair offers a fine living lifestyle. The neighborhood is about five miles from downtown Denver, Montclair’s residents and visitors enjoy a wide range of amenities such as shopping, fun restaurants, art galleries, various entertainment venues, parks, and ponds. Baron Water Von Richthofen was right; the Montclair neighborhood is an upscale neighborhood and has always been popular with locals. 


Commuting in Montclair is easy and beautiful via Monaco Parkway which runs through its center. 


Montclair home architecture includes bungalows, classic cottages, Tudor, and ranch style homes 


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Denver Observatory Park neighb

Denver Observatory Park Neighborhood


Denver Observatory Park neighborhood boundaries:

North: I-25
South: Yale Boulevard
East:  Colorado Boulevard
West: University Boulevard


Observatory Park is actually in Denver's University Hill's Neighborhood but is commonly called "Observatory Park".

Observatory Park is located at S. Fillmore on E. Evans Ave. This park features a basketball court, football field, rugby field, softball field, picnic area and tennis court. It actually houses a small, working observatory.


The park serves as the neighborhood focal point for everyone to enjoy. The observatory itself is located at 2930 East Warren Avenue, Denver, CO 80210 Phone: (303) 871-5172


Observatory Place is a family-oriented neighborhood and provides a mixture of modern and traditional lifestyles and architecture. Residents enjoy the quaint shopping districts at Old South Gaylord Street and on South Pearl Street you'll find restaurants, cafés, galleries, bookshops, and boutiques, movie theaters and more.

Housing: Builders have been scrapping properties to build new homes ranging from approximately $800,000 - $2,000,000 for the past several years. There are also beautiful old homes built from the 1930’s to the 1950’s waiting for you. The resale market is healthy in this neighborhood. 

A Tudor-style home for sale directly across the street from the Observatory was listed at $1,850,000 in Oct. 2007, its total Square Feet was listed by the builder as 6,882 and its finished Square Feet was listed as 6,662, the home was advertised as having five bedrooms and six baths with two fireplaces. Its current neighbor is a small Tudor-style home with a 1-car garage.


Transportation: Residents often walk or take bike rides to Denver University. Commuters can take Interstate-25 and the light rail to Downtown Denver, the Platte Valley, Denver Tech Center, and to the Park Meadows Mall. University, Colorado, and Yale Boulevards also main roads that can expedite commuter's travels throughout the area.


Denver Park Hill neighborhood photo

Denver Park Hill Neighborhood


Denver Park Hill neighborhood boundaries:
North: East 52nd Avenue
South: East Colfax Avenue
East: Quebec Street
West: Colorado Boulevard 


According to 5280 Magazine, May 2010 issue, the Park Hill East Neighborhood is one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods. The Park Hill East is an affordable alternative neighborhood.

The neighborhood is and eclectic neighborhood, Park Hill was once one of Denver’s stately neighborhoods today you’ll find resident’s from every walk of life including doctors, lawyers and "white collar" professionals.  


Montview Boulevard is in the middle of Park Hill, it is a main thorough fare with majestic trees lining the street. There is also 17th street which is used by commuters going to and coming from downtown, 17th street is lined with parks. 


The park Hill neighborhood primarily consists of single family homes with architectural designs such as aristocratic mansions, traditional Bungalow, Tudor, Denver square and two-story homes. 


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Denver Polo Club Neighborhood photo

Denver’s Polo Club Neighborhood


Denver Polo Club Neighborhood
Boundaries:
North - Exposition Avenue
South - Missippi Avenue
East - Colorado Boulevard
West - University  


The Polo Club was originally a polo club in the Denver Country Club neighborhood, the land was purchased in the 1920‘s. The wealthy could purchase land in the Polo Club into the 1990’s as home sites. The Polo Club is still one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Denver. It’s also one of the most secluded neighborhoods in the city; people drive by and never know they are at the outlying borders of the Polo Club. 


This neighborhood is one of Denver’s most well known neighborhoods because of its multi million dollar homes. Every entrance is guarded, this neighborhood is exclusive and home to some of the riches families in Denver Colorado. 


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Denver Stapleton Neighborhood


Stapleton Neighborhood Boundaries:
North: 56th Ave.
South: Montview Blvd
East: Havana St.
West: Quebec St. 


Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood is approximately 15 minutes from downtown Denver and is a pride and joy urban project built on the land that was once Stapleton International Airport. Stapleton is now the biggest urban infill development in the country and is a model of excellence and pride. Stapleton is also Colorado’s largest Energy Star community, and offers a mixed-income housing neighborhood and high-quality schools, open space, great restaurants, farmer's market, an abundance of parks approximately 30% of Stapleton was devoted to its parks with biking and walking paths for a healthy life style, Stapleton’s central park is beautiful and was built on an 80 acre parcel. You’ll find abundant retail stores primarily on east 29th Avenue in the Town Center it is surrounded by apartment buildings, condominiums, affordable housing, and million dollar homes at Stapleton. If you are relocating to Denver Stapleton is a community to consider. 


In Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood you’ll find apartments, condos, townhomes, and affordable homes as well as multi million dollar estates. 


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Denver's Sloans Lake Neigthbor

Denver Sloan’s Lake Neighborhood


Sloan’s Lake neighborhood boundaries:
North: 29th Avenue
South: 17th Avenue
East: Federal Blvd.
West: Sheridan Blvd.

The Sloan’s Lake neighborhood encompasses two connected lakes, Cooper and Sloan, the park covers over 177 acres and features a wildlife refuge, walking and bike trails, playground, boat docks and tennis courts, the park is the central attraction to the neighborhood.This neighborhood primarily consists of single family homes with architectural designs such as Tudors, Queen Annes, mid-century modern, a sprinkling of new townhomes, and infill single family properties.

According to 5280 Magazine, May 2010 issue, Sloan's Lake West is one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods.  In this neighborhood you'll live near Denver's largest lake and find joggers, boaters, and water skiers in this park, it has become a popular area to live.


Denver Sunnyside East Neighborhood


This neighborhood is considered part of North West Denver.


Neighborhood Boundaries
North: Interstate 70
South: 38th Avenue 
East: Inca Street
West: Federal Blvd


According to 5280 Magazine, May 2010 issue, this is one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods in Denver.


Most of the Sunnyside neighborhood is commercial and residential. It is a modest priced single family home neighborhood with predominately ranch style architecture. You'll find redevelopment throughout this area but predominantly on the west side.


Denver University Park Neighborhood

Denver Sun Valley Neighborhood


Denver Sun Valley Neighborhood Boundaries:
North: 20th Ave.
South: 6th Ave.
East: I-25
West: Federal Blvd.

Denver's Sun Valley Neighborhood is made up of publicly subsidized housing projects within about a ten block area the remaining area is predominately industrial areas, civil service structures, Rude park located on the west side of Sun Valley, and The Sports Authority Field at Mile High and its parking lots, The Sun Valley zip code is 80204 (See detailed profile map at:  http://www.city-data.com/neighborhood/Sun-Valley-Denver-CO.html). In May 2013 the light rail will connect downtown Denver with Golden with a station in Sun Valley, the state's poorest neighborhood.

Denver is about to revitalize one of its poorest neighborhoods (visit http://www.denverpost.com/politics/ci_23066719?source=bb). Known as the Decatur-Federal Station Plan it is a high-level vision for how the area a half-mile around the light rail station should develop in the years to come. It foresees high-quality housing for the poor and middle class, a riverfront park, streets that connect to downtown and a new entertainment and cultural area around the Broncos stadium.


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Denver University Park Neighborhood



University Park Neighborhood Boundaries:
North: Interstate 25
South: Yale
East: Colorado Boulevard
West: University Boulevard


University Park is located across from the University of Denver. The university is rated among the top for law and business majors.


You’ll find Tudor and Victorian-style homes to upper scale new custom built homes. This is also a great area for investors intending to rent to college students.



Denver's Virginia Village Neighborhood


Denver's Virginia Village neighborhood is located in Southeastern Denver, Colorado. The neighborhood boundaries are the intersection of Interstate 25 and Colorado Blvd, one of Denver's busiest thoroughfares. The neighborhood consists of a mixture of apartment buildings and town homes, single family houses, strip-malls, and mid and high-rise apartments and office buildings. It is served by the Colorado Station on the RTD light rail; this neighborhood offers easy access in all directions. If you are looking for Denver real estate listings in the southeastern area of Denver this should be an area to consider.


Denver Washington Park neighborhood photo

Denver's Washington Park Neighborhood


Denver Washington Park neighborhood 
Denver Washington Park neighborhood boundaries:
North - Exposition Avenue
South - Missippi Avenue
East - Colorado Boulevard
West - University  


According to 5280 Magazine, May 2010 issue, this is one of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods.  


The Washington Park neighborhood has become another major must live in place in Denver Colorado. This neighborhood is called “Wash Park” by locals and surrounds one of Denver’s best parks.  


The Washington Park neighborhood is close to Old South Gaylord Street and South Pearl Street where you will find boutiques and quaint little shops, Cafes, and restaurants that serve about every kind of cuisine to meet you’re dining. 


“Wash Park” is Denver’s largest park encompassing 161-acres, with two lakes, jogging and walking trails, in-line skating, bicycling and dog walking paths. Gardeners from all over the city come to enjoy the beautiful flower gardens in “Wash Park”. 


Washington Park is only about a half mile from Denver’s popular and upscale shopping district known as Cherry Creek. 


The neighborhood homes are upscale with newly renovated one and two story brick houses. “Popping the top” in these homes to add additional living space became the thing to do for homeowner that wanted to live in this neighborhood but wanted additional living space; you’ll find some absolutely gorgeous homes that have been renovated in Washington Park including bungalow and Tudor style homes. 


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Denver Whittier neighborhood photo

Denver Whitter Neighborhood


Denver Whittier neighborhood boundaries:
North: Martin Luther King Blvd
South: 23rd Avenue
East: York Street
West: Downing Street 


This neighborhood was named after the poet John Greenleaf Whittier. Its elementary school is called "Whittier. Located at 24th Avenue and Downing Street. 


Denver’s Whittier neighborhood is another one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods and is approximately 2 miles northeast from the downtown district. Most streets are lined with mature trees making the drive pleasant. The St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church built in the early 1900’s is one of the Whittier neighborhood’s most notable landmarks and has twin bell towers. 


You’ll find architectural designs such as Queen Anne Victorian, renovations as well as contemporary style homes in this neighborhood. 


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