It's pretty well known that Denver is a hub for diversity and quite the melting pot when it comes to the neighborhoods that make up the city. People from all walks of life live and coexist in just about every neighborhood in Denver which is one of my favorite things about this city. But which neighborhoods are the best? Well, I guess it just depends on what you are looking for in a neighborhood. But one thing is certain, Denver has a neighborhood that is a good fit for nearly anyone. Here are Team Vivi's 3 favorite neighborhoods in Denver.
Of course, Baker is one of our favorite neighborhoods in Denver. It's home to the Team Vivi offices and if you are buying or selling in Baker, chances are you are using Team Vivi for your real estate needs. (Or least you should be). The neighborhood is bounded by 6th Avenue, Lincoln Street, Mississippi Avenue, and the South Platte River. The Baker neighborhood is a diverse, dynamic neighborhood that was first plotted and developed in the 1870s. Today Baker enjoys a number of qualities and characteristics that make it a vibrant urban neighborhood including a diverse population, preserved historic homes, and close proximity to Broadway which offers shopping, casual and fine dining, and an array of entertainment, as well as access to mass transit.
Average Home Price in Baker: $521,250
2.) North Capitol Hill (Uptown)
One of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver, Uptown is a highly sought after neighborhood to live in that is right outside of downtown. The neighborhood is home to Restaurant Row, the stretch of 17th Avenue running from Broadway to City Park, and is lined with cafes, bistros, pubs, fine dining, and LGBTQ-friendly bars - almost all with outdoor patios. Uptown also borders the beautiful City Park, which features a wealth of outdoor recreation activities, as well as the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Denver Zoo.
Average Home Price in North Capitol Hill (Uptown): $430,900
3.) Cherry Creek
Cherry Creek is Denver’s high-end shopping and dining district and it’s only about a five-minute drive from downtown. Central to the area is the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. The mall features over 160 stores, 40 of which are exclusive to Cherry Creek. Designers available at Cherry Creek include Burberry, Louis Vuitton, and RH. The district also features Cherry Creek North, an outdoor shopping area with 16 blocks of art galleries, independent boutiques and upscale dining options.
Average Home Price in Cherry Creek: 840,200
https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/colorado/articles/the-coolest-neighborhoods-in-denver/ By Dillon Landfried - Aug 28, 2019