Denver Neighborhoods Information

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Arvada Centennial Englewood Littleton Parker
Aurora Chessman Park Evergreen LoDo / Downtown Platt Park
Belcaro Cherry Creek Five Points Lone Tree Polo Club
Berkeley Park Cherry Hills Village Golden Triangle Longmont Riverfront Park
Bonnie Brae City Park Greenwood Village & DTC Louisville Thornton
Boulder Congress Park Golden Lowry University Park
Broomfield Cory-Merrill Highlands Morrison Uptown
Capitol Hill Curtis Park Highlands Ranch Observatory Park Washington Park
Castle Pines North

Country Club

Hilltop Old South Pearl Street Westminster
Castle Rock Downtown Lakewood Park Hill Wheat Ridge








Arvada
The City of Arvada 100,000 residents gave feedback that they were satisfied with city government, are pleased with their quality of life, they feel safe and were satisfied with city government.
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Aurora
The city of Aurora is situated just east of Denver, still within sight of the snow-crested Rocky Mountains. Once a provincial farming community, Aurora has become one of Denver's largest suburbs and a city in its own right. With almost 300,000 residents, numerous historical sites and a range of activities, Aurora is a notable destination for shopping, relocating and entertainment.
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Baker
Baker is between Northern Boundary - West 6th Avenue, Eastern Boundary - Broadway St., Southern Boundary - Mississippi Avenue, Western Boundary - South Platte River.  Recently, Baker has been transformed and has become a popular urban neighborhood because of its central location and its access to several commercial business enclaves.
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Belcaro
It borders Colorado Boulevard on the east, Tennessee Boulevard on the south, and Steele Street on the west. Only 15 minutes from downtown Denver and very close to the Cherry Creek shopping center,   Belcaro is a beautiful and fashionable neighborhood with a great location. It consists of old and new architecture, centering on the jewel historic Phipps Mansion.  This mansion contributes to the historic and prestigious feel of the neighborhood.   Most of the homes were built between 1950’s and 1960’s and range in price from $300,000 to well into the millions. There are also huge new custom homes that range from one to five million.  The majority of  homes there are ranches which reflect the style of when they were built. Commuting from Belcaro is simple because of its superb location and easy access to I-25 and the light rail.
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Berkeley Park
The Berkeley Park neighborhood is located on Tennyson Street, between 38th and 44th Avenues.   There are cute stores, local restaurants, spas, boutiques and galleries.  There is a First Friday Art Walk much like the better-known Santa Fe Drive walk.
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Bonnie Brae
"Bonnie Brae" is Gaelic for "Pleasant Hill" was initially created in 1922, this quaint pocket comprises less than a square mile of land and harkens back to  the feel of simpler times. The commercial area includes the renown Bonnie Brae Ice Cream, the Saucy Noodle, and the Bonnie Brae Tavern.  Bonnie Brae is located only minutes away from Cherry Creek and downtown Denver onBonnie Brae is the perfect location for those seeking a simpler lifestyle within close reach of the city.
This community features a variation of single-family homes including English Tudors, Cape-Cods, colonials, and newly constructed, custom contemporaries-all nestled among the tree-lined streets. Real estate commands prices from the mid $350,000s up into the multi-millions.
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Boulder
A hilly city of slightly less than 100,000 people, located about 30 miles northwest of Denver, Boulder is an attractive city, recognized nationally for its aesthetic appeal and unique, bohemian ambiance. The city is dominated by the culture and activities of the University of Colorado—many of the bars and pubs are crowded with twenty-something grad students, law students and professors in wire-rimmed glasses. Students, nature-lovers, and visitors from all over the world provide Boulder with a diversity that seconds only Denver.
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Broomfield
In the 1950s, developers decisively created this "dream community" to be wholesome and family-oriented.  The Broomfield Community Center offers activities from 3 on 3 Women's Basketball Leagues to Senior Softball and Youth Volleyball. Broomfield contains over 66 miles of trails, many developed parks and 45 playgrounds, all with a wonderful views of the Rockies.
Flatiron Crossing Mall, located just off Highway 36, is filled with premium retail—Coach, J. Crew, Aveda, Swarovski, Nordstroms, and is surrounded by shops and restaurants.  And not to forget the  twelve-screen movie theater.
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Capitol Hill
Bounded by Broadway, Downing, Colfax, and 6th, the Capitol Hill area of Denver is a diverse
downtown location for young professionals and more. The State Capitol building and other
state offices are close to the modern high rise buildings and historic residences that this area provides to the potential home owner. The home prices range from 100-800k. Many restaurants and cultural activities are convenient to the neighborhood. Also, there is excellent public transportation provided in this section of town.
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Castle Pines North
North is home to 9,500 residents and is located 19 miles southeast of Denver County in Douglas County. This beautiful city is quiet and is secluded.   One can enjoy the Colorado experience without the feel of city living.   Castle Pine North has breathtaking views of the Mountains, and its open space is home to an array of wildlife. The community of Castle Pines North offers a events including: holiday carriage rides, summer concerts, outdoor movie and more. Castle Pines North offers an urban, upscale neighborhood, but also a child / family friendly environment. Real estate spans the range of about $200,000 for something traditional to in the millions for something contemporary.
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Castle Rock
Castle Rock is a growing community located south of Denver and north of Colorado Springs. Castle Rock is known for its small town feel with the conveniences of a big city.  Castle Rock is  a unique and beautiful community that anybody would love to call home.  Residential real estate prices run the gamut, from an affordable starter home at approximately $200,000 into to the multi-million dollar range.
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 Centennial
Centennial spans 28.4 square miles and is situated between Littleton, Greenwood Village and Aurora. Depending on the district boundary,  youth are assigned to attend school in either the Littleton Public School District or the Cherry Creek School District.Housing options in Centennial are quite vast. The community's modest, traditional tract
Homes are perfect for young families and first-time buyers, and the custom luxury homes are perfect for established families and dream home searchers. Leisure opportunities are plentiful.  Price ranges from $350,000 and up.
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Chessman Park
The Chessman family donated a Greek pavilion in the neighborhood and thus the area was named Chessman Park.  The pavilion is used for outdoor concert and entertainment. The Denver Botanic Gardens and the historic Denver Botanic Gardens House are the reason that many families choose to live in Chessman Park.
Chessman Park is made up of 2 vintage neighborhoods: Humbolt Island which runs along Humbolt and 10th and 12th Avenues, and Morgan’s Addition which runs along 9th Ave between Race and York. This areas includes mansions, bungalows, ranch homes, high rise apartment conversions, and luxury condos.
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Cherry Creek
The Cherry Creek Neighborhood is named after the meandering Cherry Creek which has bike paths and running trails alongside its banks. The neighborhood falls between University St. to the west and Colorado Blvd. to the east. Bounded by 6th Ave. to the north and Alameda Ave. to the south, the neighborhood also hosts Denver's most prestigious shopping center, Cherry Creek Mall.  It is the premier shopping and dining neighborhood, which showcases 320 independently owned shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and spas.  It is considered the most diverse shopping district between Chicago and San Francisco.  Houses in this neighborhood are on average around $650,000.  The schools in the neighborhood are outstanding and close enough for your kids to walk.
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Cherry Hills Village
Cherry Village is located to the south of Denver and ranks amongst the top 10 of wealthiest suburbs in the United States.  The many styles of mansions include Mediterranean, French Country, contemporary ranch and Tudor styles which all built around small streams, lakes, trails and open space. Equestrian estates are also found in this beautiful area.
While keeping the feel of the country, retail such as Park Meadows Mall,  Aspen Grove in Littleton and the Cherry Creek Shopping District are all close by.  The Cherry Hills Country Club, Kent Country Day School and St. Mary’s Academy are all found in the Cherry Creek Village neighborhood.
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City Park
Listed in the National register of historic places, City Park in Denver is home to more than 200 residents. THe residents have access to some of the best attractions in the state. Home to the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Gates Planetarium, and IMAX Theater.  The City Park area falls between York Street (to the West), Colorado Boulevard (to the East), 23rd Avenue (to the North) and Colfax Avenue (to the South). Currently, the area is made up of a combination of Denver “four squares”, ranch style, Victorian, mission style homes. Also available are condominiums and apartments.  The actual City Park which is home to a public golf course, playgrounds, fountains, gardens, and a pavilion (with a bandstand and snack bar) is next to Ferril Lake. Another bonus is the eclectic restaurants such as Mezcal and Tommy Thais.  City Park is a great location for young families wanting to be near to city attractions, open space, and the quick drive into the city.
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Congress Park
Congress Park, located from 6th to Colfax and York to Colorado is one of Denver’s most well known and loved neighborhoods.  There are many benefits that Congress Park itself brings:  baseball, swimming, tennis courts, and soccer fields.  There are many joggers, and families enjoying the park daily.  With families and young professionals inhabiting the area, there has beenrestoration and extensive landscaping of the older historic homes.   Also the Art Deco style apartment buildings and Denver Square type of homes. These are typically 2 stories, 3-4 bedroom homes with mission style looks.  Congress Park, has the Denver Zoo, Denver Botanic Gardens, Museums, and Cherry Creek shopping nearby. Restaurants include the Barolo Grill and Truffle where you will find outstanding fresh foods.
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Cory-Merrill
Cory-Merrill is considered a Denver South East single-family neighborhood, and is close to urban life.  There are mostly bungalows and ranches, and the area is now experiencing some updating. "Scrapes" and "pop-tops" are converting to contemporary mansions.  Mission-style and other beautiful homes populate the area among the tree-lined streets. Washington Park is nearby and offers miles of trails and other recreation Cory-Merrill elementary school is top-rated. and some of the cities best shopping is nearby.
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Curtis Park
Curtis Park is a great place to live, especially because it is walking distance to downtown.  The neighborhood is centered around Mestizo-Curtis Park and steets lined by trees. The homes range smaller Four Square homes and duplexes to updated Victorian mansionsand sit along side many Queen Anne style buildings.  The diverse residents makes Curtis Park an attractive place to live. It is currently part of an up and coming NODO development effort as well.  Its prime location and continuing development attracts investors and residents alike.
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Country Club
Country Club is located just a few miles from downtown Denver and is minutes from Cherry Creek,.  It is a stately, tree-lined neighborhood and has a large role in local history.  Initially, social elites settled in showcase mansions in this grand neighborhood. This highly desirable area is north of the actual Country Club, with beautifulMediterranean gate marking the original entrance at 4th and Franklin. Streets and lots are more spacious than most other Denver communities. Home were built primarily between the 1910's and 1920's and are vast with traditional Colonial mansions, enormous Tudors, Denver Squares, Gothic, and Spanish-Style as well as 20th century revival styles. Denver Country Club remains one of the premier membership-only clubs in the state, affording amenities such as an 18-hole golf course, hockey, ice-skating, tennis and swimming.

Real estate in the Country Club Annex is the most affordable location Country Club and Park Lane Square is host to truly elaborate and most expensive homes. Prices range from the $900K range to $8 million for one of these amazing treasures.
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Denver Tech Center (DTC)
The DTC consists of an area of moderate high-rise buildings. The DTC is one of the nation's premier business areas, and is located near the intersection of highways I-25 and I-225.
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Downtown
If you are looking for a truly Denver urban living experience this is the place. Living choices from modern to traditional include lofts, condos, and penthouses with a vast array of amenities. One can readily find units in newer constructed high-rises, low- rises and in condo-conversions.
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Englewood
Englewood is Centrally located within the Denver metro area, Englewood is serviced by two light rails stops and has full RTD bus service.  Englewood offers similar outdoor recreation amenities found in many of the traditional suburban Colorado communities.  It consists of 11 parks and six athletic facilities, an in-line hockey rink and skate park. Englewood is also home to the Pirate's Cove Family Aquatic Center which offers three slides and a leisure pool and a lazy river. Englewood is a unique community that presents the perfect combination of city and suburban life.
Small homes in the western section of Englewood start from the high $100,000's, making them ideal for first-time home buyers. Prices increase as they get closer to the Denver Tech Center.
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Evergreen
The town, located 30 miles west of Denver on I-70, has a population of about 30,000 people, most of who commute to Denver for work although many are able to work and live in Evergreen.

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Five Points
Five Points is one of Denver's oldest neighborhoods in Denver.  Victorian homes are built among luxury lofts.   The light rail line runs through Five Point’s making it convenient to downtown. Once considered the “Harlem of the West”, the Five Points neighborhood was frequented with regular performances from jazz greats like Billie Holiday and Duke Ellington.
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Golden
Golden can be found 15 miles west of Denver on U.S. Highway 6, I-70 and C-470. The town of 17,000 people, though known for the Coors brewery, has a variety of other activities to entertain. Go hiking, horseback riding, or enjoy a picnic. For the state's most spectacular view, check out Panorama Point.  Open parks and 125 miles of trail add to Golden's must-see list. Hike, backpack, camp, and fish in the summer. In the winter, take in the majestic views while cross-country skiing or snowshoeing.
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Golden Triangle
The Golden Triangle/Civic Center Park region is due south of Denver’s Central Business District and considered to be “downtown”. Loose boundaries include Colfax Avenue to the north, Speer Boulevard to the South and Broadway to the East, hence creating the triangle. Original architectural styles in the 1900s included Victorians and Bungalowsc It is home to the Central Library, art galleries, restaurants, and other boutiques which shape the whole upscale feel to the Golden Triangle.
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Greenwood Village & Denver Tech Center (DTC)
Greenwood Village is an upscale community that prides itself on careful planning  between businesses and homeowners.  Located in Greenwood Village, the Denver Tech Center (DTC) is Denver's second largest business district.  The combination of commercial location, recreational opportunities, and its family-friendly environment is why Greenwood Village is an extremely popular area to live. Spend time viewing an exhibit or listening to a lecture at the Curtis Arts & Humanities Center.  Also attend an outdoor summer concert at the Crescent Amphitheater, and visit one of the 20 parks and playgrounds, or even go horseback riding.  Greenwood Village's main priority to offer resources for everyone from children to seniors.
Homes in Greenwood Village are typically newer compared to those in Denver and range from flats, condos, and townhomes to luxury single family properties. Expect to pay in the $300,000 range for a condo or smaller single-family home and more than $1 million for a beautiful, executive home.
Denver Techh Center (DTC) The DTC is characterized by its moderate high-rise buildings built on 882 acres!  Today, the DTC is recognized as one of the nation's premier business areas, and the lies near the junction of two major Colorado highways, I-25 and I-225.
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Highlands
The Highalnds,  (not to be confused with Highlands Ranch), is a classic, hip and historic neighborhood located just minutes from downtown in northwest Denver.  Highland became much more accessible to downtown with the construction of the Millennium Bridge and Platte River bridge in the Central Platte valley, along with the construction of the Highland Bridge over Interstate 25 in 2006.  High-end condominiums and loftshave sprung up all over the neighborhood. However, Highland still offers many historic single family homes close to Denver's original town site on the South Platte River.
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Highlands Ranch
Highlands Ranch, (not to be confused with the Highlands) is located 12 miles south of Denver in Northern Douglas County,  Highlands Ranch specifically appeals to families, including outdoor and indoor leisure activities and community conveniences. It consists of 22 parks, 70 miles of trails, and 2,000 acres of open space. Highlands Ranch also has four indoor recreation centers with state-of-the-art exercise equipment and other upscale amenities.
Highlands Ranch homes vary from affordable tract homes in the low $200,000 range to luxury custom homes up to several million dollars. Condos, townhomes and patio homes are also available.
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Hilltop
Hilltop is located on a high hill, and stretches over one square mile.  It is one of Denver’s best loved upscale neighborhoods. There is much historical architecture and Denver's finest builders have built homes there.
Many religious options exist in the area and include Temple Emanuel, Assumption Greek Orthodox, and Augustana Lutheran.
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Lafayette
The majority of the Lafayetter was built in the past ten years. The 25,000 people who live in Lafayette are a half-hour from Denver, twenty minutes from Boulder.

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Lakewood
Propped up against the foothills, Lakewood is a rapidly re-developing city of 140,000 people, adorned with recreational parks and an incomparable view of the Rockies. Unlike Denver's newer neighborhoods, Lakewood has endured some less-polished years, yet the city has pulled through with pizzazz. Enter Belmar, Lakewood's brand-new, brand name-filled shopping/eating/living/meeting center. Recently opened in April 2005, Belmar Center houses conference rooms, a 770-person Grand Ballroom, a 400-person covered plaza terrace, shops, lofts and everything in between, including an outdoor skate rink.
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Littleton
Located a short distance southwest of Denver, Littleton has maintained its beauty and rural charm. Old Town Littleton’s historical appeal includes boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.
Don’t miss the Littleton Historical Museum, as well as Hudson Gardens, which offers outdoor events such as concerts and community fairs. The Douglas H. Buck Recreations Community Center includes a fitness center, basketball courts and swimming.  Littleton is perfect for families, couples and singles. It has easy access to downtown via the light rail system, Real Estate Snapshot
Small homes built in the 50s are priced from the low $200,000's to the mansions which can cost in the millions.
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LoDo / Downtown
Downtown consists of two distinct regions: the contemporary and the historic district, Lower Downtown (LoDo), to the west. The area is surrounded by outdoor cafes , fine-dining and retail.
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Lone Tree
Lone Tree is a beautiful suburb, 19 miles south of Denver in Western Douglas County.   Quick access to both I-25 and the new light rail stop, Lone Tree is the perfect location for a commuter with a family. The community of Lone Tree includes a public library and complete recreation center.  The Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel offers a championship golf course and a resort community style luxuries within the confines of the neighborhoood.  Luxury estates are also available in the gated golf community of Heritage Estates on the south side of Lincoln.
Residential real estate ranges fromhigh $100,000's and up.
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Longmont
Located between Fort Collins and Boulder, the 81,000-person town of Longmont is a residential oasis, and offers a wealth of outdoor activities.

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Louisville
Louisville, the tiny town six miles east of Boulder and 25 miles northwest of Denver recently topped the list of Best Places to Raise Your Family: The Top 100 Affordable Communities in the U.S. In July 2006, Money magazine also ranked Louisville the fifth best place to live in the country.
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Lowry
The Lowry Redevelopment combines the feeling of a city neighborhood with Colorado's natural spaces. The area successfully combines old and new architecture.
The Town Center District offers shopping, restaurants, and other cultural attractions.  Offices and schools are conveniently located here too. Lowry will appeal to buyers who want to integrate into their own experience into the harmony and stability of home ownership.
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Mayfair
Mayfair is located east of downtown Denver and in close proximity to National Jewish Hospital, Rose Medical Center, the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science, Mayfair Park, and many wonderful restaurants.  The homes vary in architectural styles from ranches, to Tudors, and bungalows. The downtown commute is 15 minutes, and Cherry Creek Mall is 5 minutes away.  Mayfair has been committed to ongoing prosperity and maintaining a splendid quality of life for its residents for decades.
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Morrison
The home of Red Rocks, Morrison is home to less than 500 people and boasts that (besides tourism) its major industry is margaritas. It is a thriving mountain community that offers rural living right outside the city. What you will find in Morrison is anything but the ordinary. For example, you can begin your stay in one of the luxurious bed and breakfasts "embedded" within Morrison, join the locals for dinner at one of downtown Morrison's cozy neighborhood restaurants, and cap the night off with a magnificent view of the starry sky minus the hum drum of urban existence.
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Observatory Park
Observatory Park is a premier neighborhood with a historical blend of spectacular features: including Denver University and the Romanesque Chamberlain Observatory. The cultural feel of a college town is experienced by the residents through the lectures, concerts and theater provided by the University and the surrounding neighborhood.  Also, students, professors, and locals provide an exciting blend of intellectual energy.  The nearby Light Rail is convenient for traveling to the Denver Tech Center, Downtown, or Park Meadows Mall.  The shopping district provides bookstores, shops, galleries and coffee bars for enjoyment.
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Old South Pearl Street
Old South Pearl Street rests between East Evans Avenue and Butchel Boulevard, Old South Pearl Street is located only 7 miles from downtown Denver, and close to the University of Denver..  The neighborhood is made up of a nine-block strip of  Victorian houses, shops and restaurants.  
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Park Hill
Park Hill is divided into three regions: South Park Hill, North Park Hill and Northeast Park Hill.
South Park Hill real estate includes Tudors, bungalows and new Craftsman style homes.  North Park Hill real estate includes brick ranches and bungalows for moderate prices. Northeast Park Hill is most affordable property opportunities.  Park Hill prices range from the high $200,000's to several million dollars based on location.
The Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science form a beautiful backdrop for the Park Hill neighborhood.  The historic Park Hill neighborood boasts two public libraries which offer fun activities for young children.  There is also the youth job program which matches kids aged 12-15 with local businesses to provide the teens a taste of the real world.  The Hiawatha Davis Recreation Center can be enjoyed by all.  Park Hill's other community activities include home tours, art fairs and kid-friendly events.
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Parker
Parker is a community situated southeast of Denver in eastern Douglas County.  It is described as a "full service community with a home-town feel".   The community offers 200 acres of parkland, 400 acres of open space, 12 miles of paved pathways, and the 1,000 square-foot field house, which is climate controlled and features an indoor sports turf field, four-court gymnasium, indoor in-line hockey rink, and fitness loft.
Residential properties include newer tract homes and reasonably priced homes in areas such as Stonegate.   Moderately priced homes are available in the Pinery area, and high priced are availableTimbers neighborhood.
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Platt Park
Platt Park, including "Old South Pearl Street", is a neighborhood steeped in tradition. Situated four miles south of downtown, South Pearl Street. The neighborhood attracted painters, potters, sculptors and other creatives seeking for inexpensive storefronts. The neighborhood offers art galleries and restaurants like Sushi Den and Pearl Street Grill.  There is no need for a car in Platt Park because it is a walker-friendly neighborhood and close to light rail.
The neighborhood consists of bungalows and Tudors built in the late 1800's to new construction and scrapes.   A duplex (half) generally starts in the $300,000's and some single-family homes are upwards of $1,000,000.
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Polo Club
The Polo Club is an exclusive and secluded gated neighborhood, while being located near the Denver Tech Center, downtown Denver and Cherry Creek. Originally created as a horse property where Polo Ponies were raised, it is now a luxurious area with elegant mansions on 1/2 to 2 acre lots.  The architecture of the homes varied from Spanish Colonial Revival style,  to Tudor, and to other fine styles.   Polo Club is one of the most prestigious locations in Denver,.  It also offers convenience to 14 private schools, 6 private golf courses, 8 hospitals, and many churches and temples. Cherry Creek Bike Path, Washington Park, Bonnie Brae Park and the Denver Zoo are all nearby.  The Polo Club attracts discriminating buyers, who enjoy exceptional beauty with a lively urban lifestyle.
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Riverfront Park
Riverfront Park is a newer downtown residential community which is a master planned, urban environment.  Walk to sporting events, work, and, dine in one of the 300 restaurants. Mass transit provides quick access to museums and galleries as well as shopping.  3 The Millennium Bridge provides pedestrian access to the 16th Street Mall. Other attractions include the Denver Aquarium, Children’s Museum, and the Pepsi Center.  Biking, jogging, and kayaking in the South Platte River are immediately avaiable. Commons Park, Confluence Park, and the Centennial Gardens are central to the community and provide a “neighborhood” feel while still living in the heart of Denver. Bordered by Cherry Creek, 20th Street, the Consolidated Main Line, and Commons Park, Riverfront Park provides future homeowners with trendy choices such as townhomes and lofts with an urban style. Many of the new townhomes provide unobstructed views of historic Union Station.  A dog-friendly neighborhood, Riverfront Park is also an eclectic mix of families, singles and young professionals. Living here eminates the felling of being downtown and feeling like you are home.
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Stapleton
Located in northeast Denver, this award-winning development is a perfect blend for those who enjoy both urban and suburban living.  Stapleton offers an array of housing choices with abundant leisure opportunities. Walk or ride your bike to the center of activity, Town Center at East 29th Street.  Enjoy independently owned shops and restaurants such as Casey's Bistro, Blue Fin Sushi Bar, and Udi's Bread Cafe.  It’s 10-minutes to downtown Denver and a 20-minutes to Denver International Airport (DIA).
Architectural styles range from traditional Denver Square to Colonials to with modern design. Condominiums, brownstones and duplexes also are abundant.  The streets are filled with joggers, walkers and parents with strollers. Property prices range from entry-level condos to homes upwards of million dollars.
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Thornton
Located just off I-25, fifteen minutes from Denver and under 25 from Boulder, the town is teeming with ways to cater to the car parade — about 100,000 in total — that passes by every morning and night.  Thornton is a commuter's paradise.
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University Park
University Park dates back to the late 1800s, when the University of Denver was  located in this area.  Professors and administrators lived in the neighborhood among fraternity and sorority houses. Today the homes are diverse, and range from frame ranches built in the 50's to Victorian homes with carriage houses and huge lots.  Cultural and sporting events provide entertainment, as does the nearby Observatory Park, which has a small working observatory.  University Park is defined as a historic neighborhood enhanced by the high mindedness of academia.
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Uptown
Denver’s oldest residential neighborhood, Uptown provides an urban trendy feel. Homes in the area are as varied as Denver squares, Victorian remodels, bungalows, and loft conversions.  This area, east of downtown Denver, has been a part revitalizing the Colfax corridor.  Boundaries are Broadway, Colfax Avenue, 23rd Avenue, and York Street. Uptown is accessible to a variety of hospitals including St Josephs, Presbyterian, St. Luke’s, and Kaiser Permanente. Uptown provides quick access to a variety of doctor’s offices and other related businesses.  the neighborhood is also highlighted by  Restaurant Row on 17th which runs from Broadway to City Park.  Restaurant Row provides a variety of ethnic food as well as bars, cafes, and upscale dining.  The recently renovated Fillmore Auditorium and Ogden Theater key parts of the music scene in Denver.  Living in Uptown is a wonderful place to be in the center of the action in Denver!
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Washington Park
Washington Park, or "Wash Park" as the locals call it, is a vibrant community known for its162-acre park that includes Smith Lake to the north and Grasmere Lake to the south.  It offers a recreation center, crushed- granite outer trail (for jogging and walking), paved inner trail (for biking and rollerblading) and tennis courts.  Rentals are also offered for pedal boats, kayak and various types of bikes.   Additionally, the park contains 54 flower gardens, one of which is a replica of Martha Washington's Mt. Vernon garden. Situated close to I-25 and the Platt Park light rail station at Louisiana/Pearl, Washington Park living makes getting around Denver a breeze.
Residential proeprties include Tudors, 1900s-style bungalows, renovated pop-topped bungalows, and new construction from "scrapes".  Prices range from the low $400,000's for a small 1920's style bungalow to several million dollars for larger estates or newly constructed homes.   Residents can easily walk to local restaurants on South Gaylord Street like the Washington Park Grill, Riever's, and Max Gill and Grill.
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Westminster
Westminster has been noted for its exponential growth. Due to a toll road that went through Boulder and Denver, Westminster went from a small town to a formidable city.  It is has a population of over 100,000.
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Wellshire
 Part of Wellshire’s appeal is the quiet, curvy, peaceful meandering streets. Classic ranch homes, built from the1950's to the 1960's, provide an affordable option in this lovely neighborhood.  Some new construction is in the works too.  One of Denver's finest public courses, The Wellshire Golf Course,, takes up one fourth of the area and is a favorite for many avid golfers.   Additionally, the historic Wellshire Inn serves gourmet food and is open to the public. Wellshire schools have a top notch reputation. Parks and churches are located  conveniently around Wellshire. The neighborhood is rated as one of the safest in the Denver area.

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Wheat Ridge
Wheat Ridge has been a home for commuters and suburban residents and boasts a vivid view of the mountains and easy access to the interstates. Eighteen schools including a Montessori center and two parochial schools service Wheat Ridge.
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