City Park/City Park West

Located in the heart of Denver, City Park is adjacent to the highrises of downtown as well as the city’s largest park. The park itself  is 330 acres and contains the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the City Park Golf Course. Urban meets recreation in this neighborhood.

Condo (1bd): $370K

Single Family (2bd): $415K

School District: Denver 1

Park: City Park, Cheesman Park  

Bars: Vine Street Pub

Restaurants: Olive & Finch, Tacos Tequila Whiskey

Cheesman Park

Wedged between City Park and Congress Park, the Cheesman Park area provides close proximity to another great city park and serves as a hybrid of the City Park neighborhood’s bustling activity and Congress Park’s quieter vibe. It provides a balanced mix of new apartments and historic buildings. The park itself offers many activities as well as a 1.6 mile running loop.

Condo (1bd): $248K

Single Family (4bd): $850K

School District: Denver 1

Park: City Park, Cheesman Park  

Bars: Park Tavern

Restaurants: Wyman’s Pizza, Shells & Sauce

Congress Park

The perfect mix of quiet residential streets within walking distance to bustling Colfax Avenue. This historic district is full of old bungalows and residences with some charming commercial spots mixed in here and there. Less congested than Cheesman and City Park, while also able to boast its own neighborhood park.

Condo (1bd): $200K

Single Family (3bd): $800K

School District: Denver 1

Park: Congress Park, Cheesman Park  

Bars: Sienna Wine Bar, Bar Max

Restaurants: Shells & Sauce, The Hound

Capitol Hill

Denver’s most densely populated neighborhood as well as one of the oldest. Eclectic mix of old Victorians and more modern condominiums. This area is bustling with activity and a diverse array of shops and restaurants, with the state capitol building serving as a centerpoint. Walking distance to downtown, including Civic Center Park and 16th Street Mall.

Condo (1bd): $288K

Single Family (4bd): $809K

School District: Denver 1

Park: Cheesman Park  

Bars: Ace, Blueprint Bar, Hudson Hill

Restaurants: City O City, Park Tavern, Snarf’s

Five Points/RiNO

A cultural and historic district formerly home to a vibrant immigrant community and rich music scene, Five Points sits adjacent to downtown Denver but offers a high dose of diversity and culture. Hub for many breweries as well as a winery and trendy shops on Larimer Street. Close to a light rail stop and the RiNO Arts District, walking distance to Coors Field.

Condo (1bd): $590K

Single Family (4bd): $1M

School District: Denver 1

Park: South Platte River

Bars: Great Divide Brewing Co., Our Mutual Friend, Blue Moon Brewing Co.

Restaurants: Work & Class, Cart Driver, Los Chingones

Highlands & LoHi

The Highlands sits slightly above the rest of the city, offering a more serene environment a little bit away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. LoHi, short for Lower Highlands, is the expansion of the Highlands, brushing up against central downtown. Both are home to some of Denver’s top restaurants and unique shops.

Condo (1bd): $356K

Single Family (4bd): $690K

School District: Denver 1

Park: Platte River Bike Path, variety of dog parks

Bars: Forest Room 5, Linger, Williams & Graham

Restaurants: Root Down, Uncle

Baker

Wedged between the hustle and bustle of South Broadway and the Santa Fe Arts District, Baker is a great central area offering plenty of action. Homes here are a variety of ages and styles, offering a unique visual appeal. Not walkable to downtown, but close to a light rail station and bus lines.

Condo (2bd): $550K

Single Family (4bd): $609K

School District: Denver 1

Park: N/A

Bars: Punch Bowl Social, Historian’s

Restaurants: The Hornet, Illegal Pete’s, Gozo