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Baker is bound on the north by West 6th Avenue, on the east by Broadway Street, on the south by West Mississippi Avenue, and on the west by the South Platte River.
With a mix of urban convenience and historic charm, Baker is one of Denver’s hippest neighborhoods. Abutting Broadway, a bustling street lined with eclectic restaurants, funky boutiques, antique stores, and brew pubs, the Baker neighborhood is one of the oldest in the Denver area and was recognized as a historic district in 1985. First plotted and developed in the 1870s, the area has become a mix of Victorian-style homes, modern condos, and arts-and-craft dwellings. Opportunities for entertainment abound from live music to independent movies shown at the 1930s art deco Mayan Theater. Phil Milstein Park with riverside trails and picnic tables is also within walking distance. The Baker area maintains a cozy neighborhood feel with the added convenience of easy access to the urban heart of Denver. If you are seeking a neighborhood with an appealing mix of modern and vintage charm, Baker is the place for you.
Capitol Hill is located just southeast of Denver’s Central Business District (CBD) and is bound by Broadway, Downing Street, Colfax Avenue, and Seventh Avenue.
Dotted with stately old mansions, Capitol Hill is one of the most diverse and eclectic neighborhoods in Denver with a distinctly bohemian vibe. Elaborate mansions built in the 1880s by Denver’s early millionaires were later joined by upper-middle class homes and mid-century high-rises. Nestled between 10th and 11th Streets on Sherman Street is Poet’s Row, a block of historic apartment complexes named after poets such as Emily Dickenson and Robert Frost. Studio and one-bedroom apartments on Capitol Hill are home to a wide-ranging mix of residents, including hipsters, who add a vibrant energy to the area. Popular attractions include the Molly Brown House Museum
, a Victorian home decorated with period art and furnishings, the gold-domed Colorado State Capitol Building
and the Denver Art Museum
. Offbeat shops with a punk aesthetic line 13th Avenue, and hip bars and late-night coffeehouses keep the area lively after dark. Capitol Hill is the perfect neighborhood for individuals seeking the full urban experience.
Curtis Park is bound by Park Ave West, Downing Street, Larimer St and California St.
Established in the 1860s, Curtis Park was one of the first fashionable “suburbs” in Denver and this charming neighborhood is known for its 19th-century houses built in eclectic architectural styles, such as Italianate and Queen Anne. With over 500 homes and a large portion of the neighborhood named to the National Register of Historic Places
in 1975, Curtis Park has great appeal for those with a commitment to honoring the past, without giving up modern amenities. Residents can take a quick ride on the light rail to get to downtown Denver’s businesses and can be welcomed back home with lively street offering music venues, craft beer bars, and hip eateries. The neighborhood also includes Denver Central Market
’s food hall, and in a Victorian dwelling dating from 1890, the Black American West Museum
tells the story of early African-American cowboys. The economic diversity of the community helps make Curtis Park a unique and welcome home to diverse and eclectic group of people.
Cheesman Park is bound by Downing Street, York Street, Colfax Avenue and 8th Avenue.
The Cheesman Park neighborhood is one of Denver’s oldest residential areas. Known for its tranquility, Cheesman Park centers on its namesake green space, with expansive lawns, shady jogging trails, a dramatic neoclassical pavilion and regular LGBT-oriented events. Just east of the park, Denver Botanic Gardens
features themed areas and an amphitheater for popular summer concerts. Casual pizzerias, relaxed coffeehouses and hip craft-cocktail bars dot the streets around the park. While it has a charming mix of homes, those looking for a high-rise view condo with easy access to parks and downtown will find this neighborhood hard to beat. Quiet residential streets belie this neighborhood’s proximity to the state capitol building and the heart of downtown offering the ideal location for those seeking a suburban feel with urban amenities.
Five Points is in Northeast Denver where the downtown street grid meets the neighborhood street grid of the first Denver suburbs. The five points in the district name represent the vertexes formed where 26th Avenue, 27th Street, Washington Street, and Welton Street meet.
Cultures blend in historic Five Points, one of Denver's oldest and most diverse neighborhoods. With block after block of Victorian homes mixed with luxury lofts and new housing developments, Five Points has been referred to as the "Harlem of the West" because it was a frequent stop for jazz greats including Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong and Miles Davis, who played clubs like the Rossonian and the Rainbow Room. The neighborhood was also mentioned repeatedly in Jack Kerouac's book On the Road. The nearby Stiles African American Heritage Center
, Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library
and Black American West Museum
offer important historical information regarding the African American experience in the West. Five Points' creativity and vibrancy can be seen in its innovative coffeehouses, craft breweries, and live music from all genres at independent music venues. Restaurants in this neighborhood serve up some of the best Caribbean, soul food, catfish, and BBQ you’ll find in Denver.
The Golden Triangle (also known as the Civic Center neighborhood) is just south of the Central Business District in the shape of a triangle, bordered by Lincoln, Colfax and Speer.
The Golden Triangle is a hip, resurrected neighborhood where contemporary design meets old-school charm. Posh townhomes sit amongst museums, shops, and galleries, creating a unique atmosphere. People seek out this neighborhood for its central location, proximity to Downtown and its reputation as a cultural hub. A mixed-use neighborhood which is home to restaurants, childcare centers, clubs and multiple art galleries, the neighborhood is also near the Denver Art Museum
, Denver Public Library
, U. S. Mint
, History Colorado Center
, and Colorado Photographic Arts Center
. Adding to its charm, several former garages and industrial buildings have been renovated for use by small businesses, resulting in a chic, urban feel. The enormous transformation undergone in The Golden Triangle make it a hot spot for art lovers and cultural aficionados alike.
RiNo is bound by I-70 to the North, I-25 to the West, Park Avenue West to the South, and Arapahoe Street to the East.
The Platte River runs through RiNo giving this neighborhood its unique name, an abbreviation of “River North.” Once a commercial and industrial district, this neighborhood has been transformed into a trendy Arts District featuring contemporary art galleries and hip concert venues in revamped industrial buildings. In addition, food lovers will find an eclectic mix of craft breweries, trendy restaurants and food halls including the Denver Central Market
. RiNo offers an ecletic mix of warehouses and historic red-brick buildings sitting next to modern condo develop. Known for its colorful murals, Upper Larimer Street also has cocktail lounges, brewpubs with patios and late-night food trucks. If you are seeking a cutting edge, hip neighborhoods, RiNo is the place for you!
Whittier is bound by 23rd Avenue to the south, Martin Luther King Boulevard (32nd) to the north, Downing Street to the west, and York Street to the east.
Dating back to 1868 and named after John Whittier, an American poet and abolitionist, the Whittier neighborhood features beautiful, historic homes in Victorian, Queen Anne and Denver Square styles. The neighborhood was previously home to many of Denver’s finest craftsmen and their skills are still evidenced today in ornate details found on many of the homes. Whittier's historic charm and convenient location just northeast of downtown make it a popular neighborhood. A light rail station provides easy access to downtown Denver and City Park
is nearby, as well as the popular Uptown neighborhood. With all its historic charm and central location, it’s easy to understand why Whittier is so popular with hardworking families and singles.
Denver Central Real Estate
Denver Central real estate tends to sell quickly. Contact Denver real estate agent & realtor, Lisa Taylor to find Denver Central townhomes, condos, houses & luxury homes for sale in Capitol Hill, Five Points, Curtis Park, Whittier, RiNo, the Golden Triangle & more.