Denver’s diverse urban neighborhoods run the gamut from
renovated historic commercial buildings that have been
converted into lofts to homes on quaint tree-lined streets
just minutes from downtown’s skyscrapers.
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Cherry Creek: One of Denver’s most
upscale residential neighborhoods, Cherry
Creek North also contains galleries, shops,
boutiques, restaurants and more around Fillmore Plaza, where residents can participate
in community events such as Films on Fillmore and the Cherry Creek Arts Festival.
Cherry Creek South is dotted with luxury
condominiums and townhomes, as well as a
bevy of parks and greenways. Cherry Creek
Shopping Center provides a wide array
of exclusive shops, from major retailers
to small boutiques and is one of the most
popular tourist attractions in Denver, as well
as being popular with residents.
Stapleton: This “new urban” development
located on the site of Denver’s old Stapleton
Airport brings distinctive home options
together with a neighborhood feel in an overall
vision of sustainability. The neighborhood
has garnered worldwide attention in recent
years, because it’s an environment in which
homes and all amenities, including many
parks and plenty of open space, combine to
create a classic and sustainable neighborhood.
Stapleton has the feel of a small-town community in the heart of an urban center.
Denver Tech Center: Located in the corporate complex off of Interstate 25, south of
Denver, the Denver Tech Center (DTC) is an
“urban village.” The DTC is home to many
big businesses that employ thousands of
workers from throughout the Front Range.
But the office buildings don’t detract from
its own unique community environment
and atmosphere—if nothing else, it adds a
special flavor to the area. DTC offers access
to beautiful buildings, multiple housing
options and a variety of nearby restaurants,
entertainment venues and shops.