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How to Pick the Perfect Neighborhood in Denver?

“City Of Denver Colorado in Blue Hour (Long Exposure)” by @CarShowShooter from Creative Commons

It’s not surprising that people easily fall in love with Denver. Also known as the Mile High City, it’s both the capital of Colorado and the fastest growing city in the USA.

Denver has it all, from astonishing sites, such as the Rocky Mountains backdrop, to cultural institutions and locally made beer. You can even go skiing in the morning and golf in the afternoon during the right time of the year. The city’s bursting economy offers plenty of opportunities to individuals and families looking to improve their quality of life.

However, deciding to move to the Mile High City is the easy part. With the diversity of Denver neighborhood options, the challenge is to find the one best suited to your lifestyle and needs. So, to help you with this endeavor, we’ve taken a look at some best places to live.

Capitol Hill

Apart from being a favorite amongst locals and first-timers alike, it’s also Colorado’s most densely populated neighborhood. It’s one of the most expensive areas for renters. The streets are bustling with people, and it offers plenty of restaurants and bars, resulting in a lot of quality nightlife.

It encompasses East Colfax (15th Avenue) to the north and 6th avenue in the south and the capitol building to the west with Cheesman Park in the east. This area is rated as one of the best places for Denver millennials to stay.

Congress Park

“Colorado State Capitol, Denver, Colorado” by Ken Lund from Creative Commons

Easy access to public transportation, charming little shops and restaurants, and a mere 3 miles from the downtown area makes this neighborhood an exceedingly popular one to stay in. It hosts many exceptional eateries on its northern border, marked by Colfax Avenue.

There’s also the local TAG burger bar on Madison Avenue, or if you’re in the mood for dessert, you can stop at Sweet Cooie’s on 12th avenue. Should you feel the need to spend a relaxing afternoon in the botanic gardens, they’re just a short walk away from Congress Park.

The Highlands

This area is divided into three sections:

  • LoHi (Lower Highland)
  • Tennyson street cultural district
  • Highland Square

The Highlands is an outstanding area to live in. Although this neighborhood provides various vibrant post-work activities, it has a more residential or suburban feel. The region gets its name from its geographic location, as it’s raised on a hillside overlooking the city.

Highland Square, near 32nd and Lowell, offers consumers independent restaurants, trendy boutiques, coffee shops, and even a farmers market during the summer months.

Sloan’s Lake

Located on the Southwestern border of the Highlands is Sloan’s Lake. This exceptional neighborhood is perfect for anyone who wishes to get out of the city but still live close to it. It hosts Denver’s biggest lake as its centerpiece and main attraction.

Being just outside of walking distance to downtown, this area’s sleepy, suburban nature provides even quieter, more peaceful accommodations for its residents. Although it hosts some cool spots to eat and drink, most people either head up to Highland Square or Edgewater for their nightlife activities.

Washington Park

“Union Station, Denver, Colorado (USA)” by @CarShowShooter from Creative Commons

Being one of Denver’s oldest best places to live, Washington Park runs from Speer Boulevard to the north up to I-25 in the south. This neighborhood has some of the most expensive houses in the city. So, if you’re looking for that sunny suburban life in the heart of the city, look no further.

This area is also home to its namesake, Washington Park. With multiple lakes, lush grass, and its surrounding track, it’s likely to be the best city park in all of Denver. Its majestic lawn is typically littered with nature-loving locals all year-round, enjoying Denver’s well-known outdoor life.

To Wrap Up

Regardless of what you’re looking for, Denver is sure to have it. The various neighborhoods have it all, from local watering holes and excellent craft beer to fine dining and premier shopping. To complement this rapidly growing city’s features is the stunning backdrop of the Rocky Mountains to the west. No matter where you live, you’ll always have a spectacular view.

 

 

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