Capitol Hill: Capitol Hill is known as one
of downtown’s most eclectic and historic
neighborhoods. Vibrant urban living has
been the norm in this neighborhood for
many decades, even before the other parts
of downtown Denver had started revitalizing. It’s dotted with historic mansions
that have either remained as single-family houses or have been converted
into apartments. Wealth residents at the
turn of the 20th century include famous
Titanic survivor Molly Brown, whose
house on Pennsylvania Street is open
for tours. Among the classic mansions
you’ll find modern high-rises and lofts,
as well as later-built smaller homes and
apartment complexes. Colorado’s State
Capitol building stands on the literal hill
this district is named after. Other landmarks include the Fillmore Auditorium,
the beautification of streets, greenery
additions and overall ambience. This
neighborhood will likely become even
more desirable in future years.
Stapleton Airport brings distinctive home
options together with a neighborhood
feel in an overall vision of sustainability.
The neighborhood has garnered world-
wide 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.
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
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
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Come explore Stapleton and be a part of this thing called love.
With smart new homes, from the $200s to the $800s, in a community
that invites you to come and play outside.
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