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What Are the Prices of Denver's Neighborhoods?


According to a study from WalletHub, Denver is ranked 13 among 300 cities for the best places to buy a home in the United States. Right now, it is a buyer market! But it can be hard to figure out in which neighborhood you want to buy: there are so many in Denver. Here is a little help: the median home prices by neighborhood for 2018. City Data enables to search Denver neighborhood prices, here is what we found:

 

Dayton Triangle/Baker: 80247


A diverse, dynamic neighborhood, in the core of Denver. First plotted and developed in the 1870’s, Baker has played a central role in the history of Denver. Today Baker is a vibrant urban neighborhood and boasts a diverse urban population, preserved historic homes, proximity to Broadway’s Main Street development which promises shopping, casual and fine dining, an array of entertainment, and access to mass transit.
The median home value is $229,800.

 

Cherry Creek (North): 80014


Cherry Creek, one of the most desirable residential districts in Denver, surrounds itself around the Cherry Creek shopping center, Denver’s hottest premier indoor/outdoor retail and dining destination! Day or night, this neighborhood is always vibrant with lots to do, including a plethora of international fashion stores, art galleries, independently owned boutiques, and local quality restaurants. The area is just a ten minute drive from downtown Denver, however, the Cherry Creek Bike Path has become popular with commuters, cyclists, and runners as a nice alternative to avoiding the traffic while getting some exercise! The neighborhood is a favorite to many locals because of the fine dining options that have gained national recognition over the years. Conveniently just a few minutes from the mall, chain restaurants, large department stores, and grocery options are all at your fingertips. If you are looking for the life of luxury, make Cherry Creek your new home!
The median home value is $290,700.

 

Athmar Park: 80219


You will love the urban feel of the Athmar neighborhood while being incredibly green and quiet, featuring 5 parks and Levitt Pavilion, the brand new amphitheater! Spend Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine enjoying the outdoor concerts or running along the Huston Lake Park trail, with access to tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer fields, a horseshoe pit, and exercise equipment, all free to the public! Play a round of golf at Overland Golf course, just down the street. Grab a bite to eat at the multitude of authentic, ethnic food options on Federal Blvd; You have an unsurpassed amount of options including Korean, Pho, Thai, Chinese, and taquerias. All just less than ten minutes from downtown Denver!
The median home value is $319,500.

 

Cap Hill: 80203


Located just north of Denver’s downtown, Capitol Hill pales in comparison to the large, vertical reaches of the business district, but its buildings have a charm all their own since most of them were built around the 1920s. The Colorado State Capitol Building is a well-known attraction within this urban culture hub, along with Civic Center Park, a venue for many downtown events and festivals. Many of the houses are older, but this area has become a popular location for millennials. You’ll even find historic apartment complexes in this neighborhood called “Poet’s Row,” named after the likes of Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost. Fittingly, Alan Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac once resided in this area. The beautiful Cheeseman Park is nestled on the edge of Capitol Hill as well.
The median home value is $326,900.

 

Baker: 80223


Baker, A diverse, dynamic neighborhood, in the core of Denver. First plotted and developed in the 1870’s, Baker has played a central role in the history of Denver. Today Baker is a vibrant urban neighborhood and boasts a diverse urban population, preserved historic homes, proximity to Broadway’s Main Street development which promises shopping, casual and fine dining, an array of entertainment, and access to mass transit.
The median home value is $336,100.

 

 

Lakewood/Edgewater: 80232


Edgewater is a neighborhood located just to the west of Sloan's Lake in Denver. The community of this neighborhood is likely due to its rich history and long-time residents. With its beautiful homes, friendly neighbors & vibrant surroundings, you'll feel comfortable and you won't break the bank! 

The median home value is $375,700.

 

Edgewater: 80214


Edgewater is a neighborhood located just to the west of Sloan's Lake in Denver. The community of this neighborhood is likely due to its rich history and long-time residents. With its beautiful homes, friendly neighbors & vibrant surroundings, you'll feel comfortable and you won't break the bank!  Close To: Sheridan Boulevard, Sloan's Lake, Highlands Square, Bronco’s Stadium and West Colfax. Easy access to 1-70, 6th Avenue, Belmar shopping district, downtown and the mountains.
The median home value is $392,800.

 

Park Hill: 80207


Park Hill is perfect for those looking to settle into a traditional, historical home with mature tree-lined streets and a great school district all within a few miles from downtown; the perfect mix of urban and private. Its location is ideal for frequent travelers, being on the northeast side of the greater Denver Metro area with easy access to Denver International Airport. Hop right on I-70 for an easy weekend mountain getaway. The neighborhood is walking distance to City Park, which hosts the Denver Zoo and Museum of Nature and Science. One of the perks of living in Denver is the amount of sunny days we have! Spend them on the Park Hill Golf Course boasting beautiful views of downtown with a mountain backdrop. Don't forget to grab happy hour at the many award winning restaurants within minutes of Park Hill or a quick hop, skip, and jump to Cherry Creek’s fine dining and shopping district!
The median home value is $454,100.

 

RiNo: 80205


Located north just minutes from downtown Denver, the trendy RiNo (River North) community features a remarkable concentration of creative local businesses, including art galleries, breweries, eateries, and an array of studio and start-up spaces. Previously, the industrial hub of the city and lined with warehouses and factories, RiNo has changed immensely becoming one of the biggest up and coming, most desirable areas of downtown to live in. These warehouses have been beautifully converted into hip, modern lofts and distinct living spaces. Unique from its neighboring communities, RiNo features not only an overabundance of art galleries, but most of its structures and buildings are lined with local’s masterpieces, using vibrant colors that have really transformed the area into a district like any other in Colorado!
The median home value is $465,000.

 

LoDo: 80202

LoDo (Lower Downtown) is one of the oldest settlements in Denver and is home to some of the city’s most popular and well-known restaurant hot spots, bars, art galleries, shops and boutiques. Located in the heart of downtown Denver, the historic LoDo district is home to both old converted lofts with tons of character as well as the brand new, revitalized Union Station, the transportation hub of Denver. No Car? No Problem! LoDo is walking distance to some of Denver’s most popular attractions, including Mile High Stadium, Coors Field, Pepsi Center, Confluence Park, 16th Street Mall, and the brand new Dairy Block built in 2018! Whether you are here to work, live, or play, you’ll never get bored in Lower Downtown!
The median home value is $512,700.

 

Mountain View: 80212

Mountain View is a neighborhood located on the northwest side of Berkeley just south of I-70. Mountain View has been surging in popularity due to it's lower price points as compared to the Highlands and it's unique charm and accessibility. Not only does it have a nice neighborhood park of its own, it’s also an easy walk to Berkeley Park and Tennyson Street. Sloan’s Lake, Highlands Square, and Edgewater shops and restaurants are all a bike ride away. This area is also surrounded by tons of shopping and has 2 gyms within walking distance.
Close To: Sheridan Boulevard and I-70. Only a few blocks from Wheat Ridge’s 38th shops and restaurants, Sloan's Lake, Berkeley Lake Park, Tennyson, Highlands Square, Edgewater, and Wadsworth and I-70 shopping!
The median home value is $518,100.

 

Highlands: 80211

With lively W. 38th Avenue to the north, Rockies Stadium to the east, the South Platte River Bike Trail to the south, and all of the delicious and ethnic local food spots on Federal Blvd to the west, the Highlands is certainly one of the most sought-after city-center neighborhoods of Denver! The Highlands offers a multitude of boutiques, restaurants, bars, art galleries and wine shops! You will admire the mix of old and modern architecture, especially in Potter-Highland Historic District, Stonemans’ Row Historic District and in LoHi (Lower Highlands)! Enjoy the view of Denver’s ever-changing skyline as your cross the Millennium bridge into downtown! The Highlands is a very popular neighborhood with Denver’s locals because of the overabundance of rooftop patio bars, restaurants, and local foodie spots that are sure to impress. The Highlands is easily one of the hippest and dynamic neighborhoods in Denver!
The median home value is $538,900.

 

Cherry Creek: 80206

Cherry Creek, one of the most desirable residential districts in Denver, surrounds itself around the Cherry Creek shopping center, Denver’s hottest premier indoor/outdoor retail and dining destination! Day or night, this neighborhood is always vibrant with lots to do, including a plethora of international fashion stores, art galleries, independently owned boutiques, and local quality restaurants. The area is just a ten minute drive from downtown Denver, however, the Cherry Creek Bike Path has become popular with commuters, cyclists, and runners as a nice alternative to avoiding the traffic while getting some exercise! The neighborhood is a favorite to many locals because of the fine dining options that have gained national recognition over the years. Conveniently just a few minutes from the mall, chain restaurants, large department stores, and grocery options are all at your fingertips. If you are looking for the life of luxury, make Cherry Creek your new home!

 The median home value is $664,800.

 

Wash Park: 80209

Take a break from the busy downtown scene in lovely West Washington Park - dubbed “Wash Park” by locals. The area has a Rockwellian feel, with its lush landscaping, awning-covered storefronts and family friendly atmosphere. Washington Park itself has two lakes, two formal flower gardens, tree- lined paths and seemingly endless expanses of green grass. It’s a fitness mecca for Denverites, and on any given day you’re likely to spot people walking their dogs, running, biking, paddle boating or doing yoga. It’s no wonder that it’s consistently chosen as Denver’s favorite park. Being a close neighbor to the Baker neighborhood, you are still within walking distance to lively South Broadway, home to galleries, wine and cocktail bars, specialty shops, boutique and high-end clothing stores and some of Denver’s best local dining.
The median home value is $724,900.

 

Interested in one of these neighborhoods? Contact us today!

 

By Caroline Germano - Dec 13, 2018

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