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Hottest Urban Neighborhoods in Denver

The Rivera Team - Kentwood City Properties

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In metro Denver, the hardest part of urban neighborhoods is which one to choose.  The Denver Relocation Guide in cooperation with The Rivera Team at Kentwood City Properties have put together a list of Denver’s hottest urban neighborhoods.  


HIGHLANDS


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The Highlands is located in West Denver and is bounded by West 38th Avenue, Sheridan Boulevard, 29th Ave, and Federal Boulevard. A few things that the Highlands is known for is the Victorian-era homes and buildings, lush gardens and parks, hip locally owned shops, art galleries, and restaurants, and so much more. What makes this neighborhood so popular is the close proximity to downtown Denver, the access to transportation and main highways that provide easy access to the Rocky Mountains. The shopping, dining, and social scenes give this area a great sense of community making it a sought-after city-center neighborhood.

Average HHI:  $81,311.00 

Average Home Price:  $665,454.00

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‚ÄčLO-HI (LOWER HIGHLANDS)


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With 38th Avenue to the north, 23rd Avene to the south, I-25 to the east and Federal Blvd to the west, Lo-Hi has become one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Denver.  Over the last few years, Lo-Hi has developed into a community rich in art, restaurants, shopping and live music.  With the iconic Highlands bridge, giving easy access across I-25, Lo-Hi is home to young professionals, families and active retirees.

Average HHI:  $60,640.00

Average Home Price:  $531,857.00

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SUNNYSIDE


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Sunnyside is known as a city-center neighborhood and is located in the northwest part of Denver. It borders the Highland neighborhood and runs from 38th Avenue north to Interstate 70 and from Federal Boulevard east to Inca Street. Sunnyside has seen a great turn around since the late 80s/early 90s. The formation of Sunnyside United Neighbors, Inc. helped in making Sunnyside desirable after a great recession in the 1980s. The neighborhood is zoned mostly for two-story buildings and single family homes, which enables it to retain a lot of the old time character and charm. There are also a lot of new businesses popping up all over Sunnyside such as coffee shops, high end restaurants, craft breweries, and much more.

Average HHI:  $66,495.00

Average Home Price:  $300,000.00

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BERKELEY


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Berkeley is located just west of Sunnyside and is bounded by Federal Boulevard, I-70, Sheridan Boulevard, and 38th avenue. Often times, Berkeley is grouped together with the Highlands neighborhood yet they have some differences and are not to be confused. Berkeley contains 2 lakes that are surrounded by parks, a rarity in Denver, they are known as Berkeley Lake Park and Rocky Mountain Lake Park. A lot of the homes in the neighborhood are still original bungalows and ranch-style homes but now we are starting to see brand new structures and stunning remodels being built all throughout Berkeley. The neighborhood's residents are worth mentioning as well... They bring a great energy and good vibes, electrifying the neighborhood and bringing their own uniqueness to the streets. Be sure not to miss Tennyson Square when you visit Berkeley; known for its restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, and art.

Average HHI:  $56,837.00

Average Home Price:  $542,112.00

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WASHINGTON PARK


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Lovingly referred to by local residents as Wash Park, this beloved Denver neighborhood has a 161 acre park for its heart.  Wash Park is home to tree lined streets, 365 days of outdoor recreation and some of Denver’s most beautiful unique homes and restaurants.  Surrounded by some of Denver’s respectable and gorgeous streets, Alameda, Buchtel, University and Downing and immediate access to I-25 and the light rail system, Wash Park is the perfect setting for city and urban life.

Average HHI:  $94,919.00

Average Home Price:  $892,515.00

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CHERRY CREEK


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Surrounded by Colorado Blvd, University, 6th Avenue and Cherry Creek Drive, Cherry Creek hosts upscale retail shops, boutiques and art galleries all within walking distance.  With numerous restaurants and bars to choose from, residents enjoy living in luxury townhomes and remodeled “mansion” like bungalows.  The Cherry Creek mall is home to upscale shopping and the area hosts the Cherry Creek Arts Festival every year.  Residents enjoy the 22-mile Cherry Creek recreational path that is easily accessible.

Average HHI:  $128,664.00

Average Home Price:  $985,032.00

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CITY PARK


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With the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and Denver’s City Park as a neighbor to the south, the city park neighborhood is a historic area known for the 320 acre park that is the back drop the perfect picture of the downtown Denver skyline and the beautiful Rocky Mountains in the back ground.  With a rich history and beautiful architecture, City Park is often the home of multi-generational families.

Average HHI:  $37,824.00

Average Home Price:  $892,225.00

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PARK HILL


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Nestled within Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Quebec, Colfax and Colorado Blvd, the Park Hill neighborhood is known for its mature trees, rose gardens and welcoming residents.  Tucked away, locals enjoy restaurants and shops that are well kept secrets.  Residents enjoy the neighborhoods quiet streets and easy access to City Park, outdoor recreation and downtown Denver.

Average HHI:  $49,004.00

Average Home Price:  $599,612.00

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