Communities Guide


GET TO KNOW DENVER

Depending on where you choose to settle, you could be in the mix downtown, near a community park, a popular shopping district or situated with a view of the mountains. There’s many neighborhoods to choose from and a variety of houses, condos and townhomes available in all different styles. Take a look below and peruse some of the most popular neighborhoods that Denver and it’s surrounding areas have to offer. As questions come up, I’m only a text, phone call or email away. Have fun!


Denver, Colorado

With wide open spaces and a bustling downtown core, this community is an excellent mix of small town charm and big city convenience. Buyers will find a nice selection of single family homes on quiet streets, as well as brand new condominiums and townhouse developments. Whether you’re looking for your first home, a luxury estate, or an investment property to add to your portfolio, you’ll find what you’re looking for right here.

Denver, CO – Baker Neighborhood

Baker is widely dynamic and vibrant neighborhood with a diverse urban population, historic homes and a thriving business community.  Designated as a historic district in 2000, you’ll find many Queen Anne style homes prominent throughout. The architectural styles range from viictorian homes to bungalows to newly remodeled duplexes and recently built condo complexes. Residents enjoy a short commute to downtown, being just minutes away from urban conveniences mixed with historic charm. You’ll find many of Denver’s landmarks in this area; one such treasure being The Mayan Theatre.  Boundaries Include 6th Ave., South Platte River, Mississippi Ave. and Broadway.

Denver, CO – Belcaro Neighborhood

Belcaro is an upscale neighborhood located in central Denver, Colorado. Located between University & Colorado Blvd, Mississippi Ave and Cherry Creek Drive, Belcaro sits minutes away from downtown Denver. With large lots, stately mansions, ’60s ranch-style houses and new custom homes, this tree-lined, charming neighborhood has easy access to many shops & restaurants in Bonnie Brae, Old South Gaylord and Cherry Creek.

Denver, CO – Berkeley Neighborhood

Berkeley boasts an eclectic mix of architecture, consisting of grand victorians, brick bungalows, quaint cottages, ranch homes and newly built duplexes and town homes. A completely revitalized area, Berkeley’s center of activity is Tennyson Street, lined with restaurants, shops and galleries that host a monthly 1st Friday culture walk. 2 large parks, a golf course, Berkeley Lake and Rocky Mountain Lake provide beautiful open space for outdoor recreation. Conveniently located to I-70, Berkeley offers easy commuting. Boundaries include I-70, Sheridan Blvd., W. 38th Ave. and Federal Blvd.

Denver, CO – Capital Hill Neighborhood

As Denver’s most densely populated neighborhood, Capitol Hill, consists of historic mansions, apartments and condos. It was once the home of Denver’s elite and origination of Foursquare architecture in Denver. Today, Capitol Hill contains homes at every price range, is within walking distance of grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops, music venues and has 9 designated historic districts. Boundaries consist of Colfax Ave., Downing St., 6th Ave. and Broadway.

Denver, CO – Cherry Creek Neighborhood

Cherry Creek offers something for everyone including the farmer’s market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, the Cherry Creek Arts Festival in July and the Taste of Cherry Creek.  The Cherry Creek Mall provides world-class shopping, Whole foods as well as the upscale spas and salons, amazing restaurants, classy boutiques and morning coffee spots draw residents from the entire city.

Denver, CO – City Park Neighborhood

Stately Denver Squares, gorgeous Queen Anne-style homes, Victorians and bungalows sit on the tree-lined streets of City Park and City Park West. Denver’s 320-acre park provides gorgeous views of the Denver skyline against a mountain backdrop. Home to the Colorado Museum of Nature and Science, The Denver Zoo, City Park Golf Course, beautiful gardens, water features and a pavilion, the park offers peace in an otherwise bustling urban environment.  A short distance from downtown Denver, City Park’s central location is an easy commute to all corners of the city. Boundaries include Colorado Blvd., Downing St., Colfax and 26th Ave.

Denver, CO – Cory Merrill Neighborhood

Cory-Merrill is a community that offers small town neighborhood charm. From culture to shopping to miles of paths, parks, lakes and gardens -residents are right at home in this neighborhood. Situated within minutes from Downtown, Cherry Creek and Washington Park, Cory-Merrill also offers easy access to city conveniences. Situated east of University, North of 1-25, West of Colorado Blvd and South of Mississippi, you will find mature trees, large lots, old charm and many newly remodeled elegant homes – a beautiful place to call home.

Denver, CO – LoDo Neighborhood

Lower Downtown, or LoDo, is perhaps the most historical neighborhood in Denver.  This area was revitalized during the 90’s and now boasts up-scale apartments, restaurants, sports venues, bars, breweries, hotels and much more. One of the most prominent and robust retail and restaurant areas of LoDo is called Larimer Square. Coors Field and the Pepsi Center mark the north and south perimeter of LoDo, and between the two are dozens of fantastic restaurants, art galleries and boutique shops. With the renovation of Union Station to serve as the city’s rail hub once again, LoDo has become one of the most connected neighborhoods in all of Denver. Light rail lines and commuter trains connect LoDo to DIA, Boulder and virtually every neighborhood in between.

Denver, CO – LoHi Neighborhood

This revitalized neighborhood on the edge of downtown is enjoyed by young singles, urban professionals and growing families who enjoy the diversity of city living, close proximity to downtown and a community feel. LoHi has a very eclectic mix of modern and historic architecture. You will find stately Victorians and brick bungalows mixed in with newly built brownstones, condos and apartments. Many neighborhood favorites such as Pasquini’s Pizzeria, Duo Restaurant and Gallop Cafe can be found on W. 32nd Ave. and Zuni Street. Another popular section of  businesses can be found on Boulder Street where Vita, Lola and Little Man Ice Cream stand. The Highland pedestrian bridge, located in LoHi, connects Northwest Denver to downtown allowing easy access to Confluence Park and the Cherry Creek bike path. The proximity to I-25 and Speer Blvd. makes commuting from LoHi very convenient. Boundaries include W. 38th Ave., I-25, Speer Blvd. and Zuni St.

Denver, CO – Observatory Park Neighborhood

The Denver community of Observatory Park is situated within minutes from the University of Denver, with easy access to Downtown Denver and Cherry Creek. This small park in the DU area is quiet and charming with mature trees and a small town, classic feel. This South Denver neighborhood sits between University and Colorado Blvd with 1-25 and Evans to the North and Yale to the South. Many new construction homes boast an upscale, stately feel that would be perfect for calling home.

Denver, CO – University Hills Neighborhood

The Denver community of University Hills is situated between Colorado Blvd and Hampden Ave. It’s a peaceful area with easy access to restaurants, retail stores, theaters and more. Most the homes maintain the feel of the 1950’s, many of which are renovated. Wellshire public golf course and Maime Dowd Eisenhower Park are favorite spots to play with an outdoor pool, tennis courts, athletic field, and much more. The mature, well-maintained landscaping makes this a perfect place to call home.

Denver, CO – Uptown Neighborhood

Uptown’s truly urban environment is the perfect fit for young professionals, active singles and couples who enjoy the ease of accessibility to Downtown. This highly walkable neighborhood is close to music venues, local theatre, sports bars and “Restaurant Row” along 17th Ave. The architectural influence spans the spectrum from colorful Queen Anne homes, cute bungalows, beautiful Victorians and new construction in the form of lofts and condos.


Cherry Hills Village, Colorado

Cherry Hills offers a nice sense of community and a high quality of life in a semi- rural environment situated in the midst of a thriving cosmopolitan area. With a comprehensive system of parks and trails, including The Highline Canal, residents enjoy outdoor living at it’s best on foot, horse or bicycle. With a reputation as one of the best public school districts around, Cherry Hills is also home to a range of top-notch privates schools, including Kent Denver and St. Mary’s Academy.


Greenwood Village, Colorado

Located 12 miles south of Denver in Douglas County, Highlands Ranch offers a wonderful quality of life and opportunities for an active lifestyle. Recognized by Money Magazine as One of the Best Places to Live, by Forbes as one of the top places to move and by Business Week as one of the best places to raise kids…it’s most definitely a great place to call home.


Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Located 12 miles south of Denver in Douglas County, Highlands Ranch offers a wonderful quality of life and opportunities for an active lifestyle. Recognized by Money Magazine as One of the Best Places to Live, by Forbes as one of the top places to move and by Business Week as one of the best places to raise kids…it’s most definitely a great place to call home.


Lone Tree, Colorado

The city’s motto, “It’s a great day to be in Lone Tree,” embodies the overall sense of pride community members share with their city and with one another. Lone Tree has it all…state of the art facilities, top notch shopping, outdoor activities and much more. Lone Tree is home to Sky Ridge, a state of the art medical facility, Lone Tree Library, Park Meadows Mall, multiple golf courses, Lone Tree Summer Concert Series and a network of outdoor trails, parks and open space.


Parker, Colorado

Cherry Hills offers a nice sense of community and a high quality of life in a semi- rural environment situated in the midst of a thriving cosmopolitan area. With a comprehensive system of parks and trails, including The Highline Canal, residents enjoy outdoor living at it’s best on foot, horse or bicycle. With a reputation as one of the best public school districts around, Cherry Hills is also home to a range of top-notch privates schools, including Kent Denver and St. Mary’s Academy.