Windsor, Denver: The tight-knit Windsor community has access to a variety of outdoor activities, including Windsor Lake and the High Line Canal Trail. The path spans 60-miles across southeastern Denver and connects to a variety of trails throughout the region.
Five Points, Denver: Five Points is home to a variety of music venues where jazz greats like Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday once played. Today, the neighborhood puts its artistic history on display with tons of colorful murals. View our Instagram Story today for more about Five Points.
Country Estates, Broomfield: Country Estates residents have access to a variety of outdoor activities, including the Lake Link Trail, where mountain bikers can get their fill of thrill on over 10 miles of path.
Montclair, Denver: Montclair, once an independent town, was incorporated into Denver in 1903. The architecture in this historic east Denver neighborhood is incredibly diverse, ranging from 19th-century Victorians to new, modern homes.
Excelsior, San Francisco: The 300-acre John McLaren Park borders the Excelsior neighborhood of San Francisco and is the second largest park in the city. Named for a prior superintendent of Golden Gate Park, this gigantic recreational hub houses a golf course, a pool, a lake, and nature trails to escape the city.
North Austin, Austin: Residents of the oak-lined North Austin neighborhood might have a longer commute to downtown, but neighbors seem to enjoy the inclusivity and serenity of the suburb. It's close to N. Lamar Blvd., where people go to shop and grab a bite to eat at locally-owned stores.
South End, Boston: You’ll find rows and rows of 5-story red-brick buildings in this centrally located neighborhood — no surprise, since it’s the largest Victorian row house district in the US. (📸: @lindsaymkit)
Parkside, San Francisco: Parkside has a tighter-knit, more suburban vibe compared to the greater San Francisco area. As part of the Sunset District, the neighborhood's pastel-colored, stucco homes were mostly built in the early 20th century and cover the beachside community with color.