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What are the differences between subdivisions in Downtown Denver?

Asked by Trulia Denver, Denver, CO Wed Mar 28, 2012

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Trulia,

I think what you are asking is what are the different communities near Downtown Denver and what are there features and amenities. There are many and all are good solid, areas with classic homes and their own unique features. Here are some brief descriptions of some of the most popular.

1. Highlands - is to the west of Downtown and is one of the 'hottest' areas in Denver. Many early 1900's and turn of the century brick homes. They include Tudor's, Denver Squares, bungalows, etc. Many have been purchased and remodeled. Also new infill homes and duplexes are popping up. They have views of the mountains and fabulous Downtown views.There are many nice and popular restaurants and coffee shops within the communities that give it an urban feel.

2. Five Points and Curtis Park - are to the east. More Classic homes from the 1880's to new homes and chic, urban condo developments that are new builds as well as nicely done conversions of older homes and older condo units and lofts.

3. City Park West - My favorite community. Same types of homes and age of homes. Close to hospitals, parks and restaurants, downtown, Colfax, and the excitement of LODO entertainment and Coors Field where the Rockies play. Close to all of the same hip clubs and jazz clubs that mark downtown Denver as the place to be.

4. Park Hill and Stapleton - are a little further east; but still minutes from all of the above mentioned features that make Denver great. Park Hill is older and more classic. Stapleton is the highest rated urban infill with parks, pools, shopping, and homes by some of the nations top builders. The price ranges for all of these areas average from $300,000 - $600,000. So many great options and choices. the areas closest to Downtown Denver are the hottest and most desirable areas of town and are showing the highest appreciation in the area.


Robert McGuire ASR
Realtor/Consultant
Your Castle Real Estate
1776 S. Jackson St. #412
Denver CO 80210
Direct – 303-669-1246
http://rmcguire.yourcastle.org
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Can you clarify your question? There really aren't 'subdivisions' in Downtown/Central Denver like there are in the suburbs. There are neighborhoods. Denver does officially delineate neighbors, usually by street. There is usually no 'differences' between neighborhoods other than geography or inherent amenities. Each does have one or more neighborhoods associations. I can send you a copy of the Denver Neighborhood map if you would like to know more about how they are broken up and defined.
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Hi- Not sure I understand your question fully but different areas of Denver proper are divided by Street Boundaries, although this can get confusing I do have a good grasp on this and a map that is a rule of thumb. Some areas have been expanding their boundaries through consumer awareness and marketing to re-brand neighborhoods. Give me a call if you want to discuss further. I can be reached on 303-589-6692 Debbie Taylor, CRS, Realtor debtaylor99@comcast.net
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Matt Mansfield
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http://www.mansfielddenver.com
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