Central Denver sprung up shortly after Denver’s inception as a city, beginning in the late 1800’s and turn of the 20th century up to World War II and also continued on into the mid century. These original “streetcar suburbs,” with their tree-lined streets, are known for their “walkable urbanism,” and most feature one or more commercial districts that would have originally been clustered around a streetcar stop. Given the central location of these neighborhoods, they are coveted due to their easy access to all parts of the city- downtown, DIA, Cherry Creek for shopping, the DTC, etc.
This area ranges from very urban in character like Uptown and Capital Hill in Denver, to semi-urban in character, or mainly single family detached residential, of which Denver is well known.
Cherry Creek North and the Cherry Creek Mall anchor Central Denver and all neighborhoods in this area feature easy access to Denver’s premier retail destination, featuring one of the top malls in the Rocky Mountain West, and hundreds of independent boutiques and restaurants in the Cherry Creek North district.
Central Denver is a vibrant area comprised of many diverse neighborhoods, including:
You really can’t go wrong living in any of the fine neighborhoods that comprise Central Denver!
Central Denver Homes
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