Denver Neighborhoods

New townhomes and condos in River North, Denver

The central park at S*ParkThe River North (RiNo) District is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Denver. Primarily comprised of old warehouses that have been converted to art galleries, restaurants, breweries, boutiques and bars, it has a very unique character. 

The problem, there aren't that may options if you want to buy a home in the RiNo neighborhood

That is quickly changing as a number of new construction townhome and condo projects are in the works. One of which is the S*Park Comunity being built by Tres Birds Workshop at 26th and Lawrence. 

S*Park gets its name from the parcel of land it is being constructed upon. The old Sustainability park of Denver that stretches between 25th and 27th streets and between Lawerence and Arapahoe Streets.

S*Park is being constructed with sustainability in mind. The project features and enormous solar grid, a community greenhouse and reclaimed brick from old Denver warehouses.

The project features 91 condo units and 8 townhome plans (phase I) ranging in size from studio floorplans up to 3 bedrooms units. Prices start under $300,000 and offer numerous layout options.

S*Park Building Rendering

Not only does the project boast an incredible location, with proximity to ...

Top Appreciating Neighborhoods in Denver

Denver Appreciation Rates  Since the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) began tracking the home price index back in 1991, the average cost of a home in Denver has more than quadrupled. That’s the best long-term appreciation rate of any metro area in the United States over that timeframe.

If you’ve been watching the Denver housing market at all recently, you know that our short-term appreciation rates are just as strong. Home prices are booming all around town, but there are some neighborhoods experiencing really powerful gains.

Want to know which areas qualify as the top appreciating neighborhoods in Denver right now? Here’s our list based on Neighborhood Scout data for the Mile High City.

Lowry

Located in a southeastern section of Denver outside the city center, the Lowry neighborhood is a planned development that has completely revitalized land that once was home to an Air Force Base.

Lowry isn’t your typical planned community. It’s diversity, self-sufficiency, and architectural style are just a few of the interesting features that have made this neighborhood home to some of the fastest appreciating real estate in Denver.

With many of the city’s wealthiest executives and professionals choosing Lowry as their home base, it’s no surprise that the neighborhood offers an enviable mix of spacious homes and rapidly rising real estate values.

The median price of real estate in Lowry Denver is $625,586.

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LoDo Denver Homes -- Neighborhood Profile

For more than 20 years, lower downtown, or LoDo, has been slowly restored and revamped, transforming it into what it is today – one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Denver.

 

LoDo has an exceptional concentration of Victorian and turn-of-the-century buildings, but it is also characterized by brewpubs, coffeehouses, restaurants and the home of the Colorado Rockies -- Coors Field. It’s an excellent location for creative, tech-friendly types, with its abundance of Internet design firms, graphic design studios, art galleries and advertising agencies.

 

LoDo could be considered to be the fashion capital of Denver, with its 18 boutiques and shops that sell over 200 fashion lines. It's the place to be for anyone who's looking for unique clothes, accessories and style. Thanks to all of the top restaurants and gastropubs, and the many chefs who call this neighborhood home, LoDo could also be called Denver’s food capital.

 

There’s also a bit of literary history associated with the area. My Brother's Bar, a former hangout for Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady, is still popular with many LoDo residents. This and many other local spots fits in well with the neighborhood’s stylized and historic feel.

 

LoDo attractions include Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park, Downtown Aquarium, Children's Museum of Denver and Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. There's also plenty to do for those who enjoy being active. There's Confluence Park and Cherry Creek, which boasts pedestrian paths for avid runners and bikers and rushing waters for kayakers.

 

LoDo Denver Homes for Sale

 

While LoDo is primarily a commercial sector of Denver, there also are plenty of restored Victorian warehouse-lofts mixed in with the boutiques, restaurants,...

The Best Denver Neighborhood for Bicyclists

Bicycle commuters and everyday riders are growing in numbers throughout the Denver metro area. Unfortunately, not every neighborhood is as kind to their desire to turn to the pedals to avoid the cost and environmental impact of a car-free lifestyle.

If you live in Denver or are thinking about relocating here and relying on your bicycle for transportation, exercise, or plain old fun, you would be wise to do your research before settling down. When it comes to two wheel-friendly locations in the city, we think there is one clear choice.

The Best Denver Neighborhood for Bicyclists -- RiNo

Nestled right up against the Platte River Bike Path, it should come as no surprise that the River North (RiNo) neighborhood has developed a bike-friendly attitude from the beginning. As it has rapidly developed (it’s quickly becoming one of the trendiest parts of town), it has maintained its status as a bike commuter’s dream location.

Easy access to downtown Denver is very important to commuters of any stripe, but it’s non-negotiable for bikers. RiNo does an excellent job of pairing that proximity with just the right amount of space and access to youthful nightlife. Cyclists can explore large swaths of the neighborhood via the South Platte River Greenway Trail, and then stop in for a drink at one of 10 different winery, distillery, or brewery locations along the way.

It’s a very hip neighborhood with many of the features that young home buyers are looking for. It’s the best neighborhood for bicyclists, but it’s also much more than that.

If you are thinking about buying a home in a location that is bike-friendly, you must consider RiNo Denver real estate.

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Stapleton Denver Neighborhood Profile

Roughly six miles to the east of downtown Denver sits one of the biggest urban redevelopment projects in the U.S. in the past quarter century: Stapleton.

When the airport moved east, local voters decided the old airport space should be transformed into a neighborhood. Today, even though most trees and homes in Stapleton are barely a decade old, it would be more accurate to call it a community than a neighborhood.

There are roughly 20,000 residents who call the 4,100-acre Stapleton home. It may not be the perfect for every type of home buyer -- yards are small, houses are close together, playgrounds and parks are busy and plentiful -- but with the booming population and consistently high level of interest in real estate in Stapleton, they are clearly doing something right on the northeast side of Denver.

From the beginning, the development was created with “New Urbanism” principles in mind. That meant public areas and eco-friendly homes would be top priorities. Quickly, the neighborhood began to attract on-the-go families who loved the focus on green living and building a naturally communal atmosphere.

For those who embrace it, this is a dream neighborhood and an ideal place to raise a family. In addition to copious park and play space, Stapleton has 14 of its own schools, some of which are rated among the best in the entire city (100 percent of Stapleton’s Denver School of Science and Technology graduates have been accepted by a four-year college!). Check out our page on Stapleton Denver schools to learn more about the excellent elementary, middle and high schools.

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Denver Neighborhood Rankings for 2015

Beyond looking for the perfect dream house, home buyers also search for an ideal neighborhood that balances community and privacy, excitement and safety.

 

Many home buyers base moving decisions on factors like neighborhood crime rates, unemployment rates, access to quality schools and, depending on their lifestyle, additional aspects like proximity to restaurants and entertainment venues. Each year, 5280 Magazine uses these factors and more to rank all of Denver’s neighborhoods.

 

In case you missed it, the 2015 list of Denver’s Best Neighborhoods has been released! Many of our favorite sections of the city scored very high.

 

Here is a quick rundown of some high-ranking neighborhoods that Denver home buyers should consider for their 2015 property search:

 

Lowry Features Affordable Condos and Homes

 

Those who are looking to live the condominium lifestyle will find Lowry to be a great neighborhood to move to. It also has single-family homes that start in the $200k's. There are bars and restaurants nearby, including Lowry Beer Garden.

 

Check out our list of Lowry homes for sale in Denver.

 

Cherry Creek Offers Upscale Shopping and Night Life

 

Whether you're looking to dine at a fine restaurant or browse for beautiful, unique items at a shopping plaza, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy life in Cherry Creek. This neighborhood is high-end with homes averaging north of $1 million. It also has excellent schools and a low crime rate as well.

 

Visit our Cherry Creek Denver neighborhood real estate page for info on homes for sale in this section of town.

 

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Cherry Hills Village Community Profile

For many years, Denver-area home buyers have viewed real estate in Cherry Hills Village as the gold standard for the area. Located just a few miles south of the Denver metro area, this affluent suburban community offers beautiful rolling landscape, grand homes and a long list of eye-catching features.

Homes in Cherry Hills Village

Cherry Hills Village is home to many gorgeous mansion-style homes, many located within the area’s gated communities. Expansive properties and open, rolling terrain make it the perfect setting for homes with horse stables, gardens, and lush greenspaces.

Schools

Quality of education is one of the top reasons for families to relocate to Cherry Hills Village. This community is home to a few of Denver’s best schools. Top private institutions include Cherry Hills Village Elementary, West Middle School and Cherry Creek High School. The leading private schools are Colorado Academy, Kent Denver School and St. Mary’s Academy.

Math, writing and reading test scores typically rank in the 98th percentile or above.

Get to Know Your Neighbors

Knowing who your neighbors will be is just as important as knowing about the property you are interested in. Here is some key data on Cherry Hills Village residents:

  • Average annual household earnings is an estimated $389,043
  • More than half of the population here is under 65, and the average age is 42.8
  • Approximately 85% of residents are married, and almost half have young children.

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Best Denver Neighborhoods for Young Professionals

Best Denver Neighborhoods for Young ProfessionalsYoung professionals from the millennial generation and Generation X are playing an increasingly large role in the Denver real estate market these days. These young home buyers typically fall into one of two categories: (1) looking for a turnkey home that requires little improvement or upkeep (2) interested in investing sweat equity to add value and put a personal stamp on a property.

The Denver home market is filled with opportunities to satisfy the needs of both types of buyers. Here is a short list of the best Denver neighborhoods for young professionals.

Wash Park

Split into two sections -- Washing Park and Washington Park West -- this area has a lot to offer young professionals looking to purchase a home. Its excellent walk score and proximity to outdoor adventure, bars, restaurants, and coffee shops make it an ideal location for young singles or couples on the go.

If you’re looking for a turnkey home in a beautiful neighborhood that caters to your needs as a young adult, check out our page on available Wash Park homes.

Cheesman Park

Like Wash Park, this is another top Denver neighborhood built around one of the city’s best parks. What sets Cheesman Park apart is its affordability. Relative to some other top neighborhoods around town, it has lower priced homes that offer young professionals a chance to save money upfront and build value through sweat equity.

Cheesman Park has tons of green space, a nice variety of retail stores, and close proximity to downtown. Check out our Cheesman Park neighborhood profile for more information, or start your property search...

Neighborhood Profile: Denver's Washington Park

Neighborhood Profile: Denver's Washington ParkInterested in relocating to a home in Denver's Washington Park neighborhood? This area of town has some amazing features that make it a great choice for families as well as singles and couples of all ages.

To get started on your real estate search, visit our list of Wash Park homes on the market. Read on if you’d like to learn more about the neighborhood and all that it has to offer.

The Park

The neighborhood is centered around – and takes its name from -- one of the finest parks in Denver, known as Washington Park. The park sits on 165 acres and has a lot to offer, including two beautiful lakes, running trails, the largest flower garden in the city and a serene atmosphere that appeals to singles, couples and families. The park extends from Downing Street all the way to University Boulevard.

Neighborhood Statistics

Other than the gorgeous park setting you can visit anytime, you may be interested in who lives in the area. According to the most recent numbers from City-Data.com, the average median rent was $1,293 and the average value of detached homes was $521,029. The median income per household in the area, as of 2011, was $95,691, which is more than double the median salary of all Denver, which is $47,371.

In Washington Park, about 46.1% of the households are populated by married couples. Approximately 42% of households have children. The median age of residents is 40 years old for both men and women, which is a couple of years older than the median in Denver and Denver County.

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Best Denver Neighborhoods for Foodies

If you’re looking for mouthwatering cuisine, there are several Denver neighborhoods that can provide you with a wide variety of great dining options. You just need to know where to look.

These days, The Mile High City has much more to offer than just breathtaking mountainous terrain. In fact, its reputation as a foodie destination is growing more and more each year.

Here’s a short list to help you make sure your next home is located in one the best Denver neighborhoods for foodies:

Five Points/RiNo

Five Points may be one of Denver's oldest and most historic neighborhoods, but it is on the forefront of the city's emerging food and restaurant scene.

The neighborhood’s top restaurants -- Snooze (breakfast and brunch), Biker Jim’s Restaurant (creative burgers and hot dogs, lunch and dinner), Comida (Mexican, lunch and dinner), Acorn (new American, lunch and dinner), The Populist (new American, dinner only), and Work & Class (new American, dinner only) – will keep you full and happy morning, noon, and night.

Check our RiNo Denver real estate listings page to find a property in River North, the neighborhood adjacent to Five Points.

Highland/Jefferson Park

The burgeoning restaurant scene is one of the main reasons that the Highland neighborhood has become one of the hottest parts of town. If you include the nearby Jefferson Park and its own list of excellent eateries, it’s easy to see why this area is earning rave reviews from visitors and residents alike, especially from foodies.

In Highland and Jefferson Park, restaurants like Duo, Über Eats, Sushi Sasa, Park Burger, Linger, Lola, Old Major, Root Down, Sassafras, Uncle, and...

Uptown Denver Neighborhood Profile

Uptown may be Denver’s oldest residential neighborhood, but its chic shops, trendy restaurants, and progressive vibe make it one of the hottest and hippest parts of town these days.

Head over to the Neir Team’s neighborhood page to start browsing for homes for sale in Uptown Denver.

Location

Less than three miles southeast of downtown, Uptown is bordered by 20th Street to the north, Colfax Avenue to the south, York Street to the east, and Broadway to the west. Modern high-rise apartments, Queen Anne and Victorian homes, and swanky lofts are mixed among the tree-lined boulevards.

Attractions

Restaurant row is just one of many attractions that has people flocking to Uptown. After you’re done sampling the flavors from one of the local gastropubs or upscale restaurants, you can head over to the city’s largest green space -- City Park. Within the park, you’ll find the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and miles and miles of scenic biking and jogging paths.

If you are looking to catch a memorable sunset over the Rockies, Uptown’s City Park is maybe the best vantage point in the city. In fact, it offers stunning panoramic views of the terrain around Denver at any time of day.

There is always something special going on in Uptown. In the summer, the City Park Jazz concert series and the Colorado Black Arts Festival are both very popular with locals. During the holiday season, the Denver Zoo’s Zoo Lights event is a hit with children and adults.

Uptown Denver Homes for Sale

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Best Denver Neighborhoods for Families

As we get older, our values change. When we’re young and carefree, we may look for a home that’s close to bustling city centers, convenient public transportation, and exciting nightlife. Adding a spouse and children to your life will vastly change what you look for in a home.

There is no perfect way to define a “family-friendly neighborhood,” but there are a few factors that most of us can agree on: low crime, good schools, and plenty of other families around. Throw in some parks and some all-ages entertainment options and you have the makings of a family-friendly neighborhood.

Here are a few of the top Denver neighborhoods for families.

Stapleton

This neighborhood was planned and built with families and children in mind. In addition to great schools, you’ll also find more than 35 parks within the confines of Stapleton. There is no shortage of safe, open green space for kids to run around and play in.

If one of the hallmarks of a family-friendly neighborhood is a tight knit network of parents and children, then Stapleton is one of the family-friendliest areas you’ll find anywhere. On summer nights, roughly 500 local kids and adults will come out to enjoy free outdoor movies together.

Once the new light rail system between Stapleton and Denver is complete by 2016, this area will be an even more convenient location for moms and dads who have to commute into the city.

For The Neir Team has an up-to-date listing of the top Stapleton homes for sale. Check it out today!

Washington Park

Despite being conveniently located in the city, the Washington Park neighborhood has a distinctively clean, safe, and suburban feel to it. The tree-lined streets and the large park from which the...

Cherry Creek Neighborhood Profile

Cherry Creek Denver Neighborhood ProfileThe Cherry Creek neighborhood of Denver is where local residents and visitors go to shop at the best stores and eat at the finest restaurants. It’s no coincidence that you also will find some of Denver’s most beautiful and valuable homes in this part of town.

Located about four miles from downtown, around 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Avenues, from University to Steele Street, Cherry Creek has plenty of allure for home buyers.

First and foremost, this neighborhood is known for having some of the best shopping in the West. In fact, many like to say that it is the number one shopping destination between Los Angeles and Chicago.

Cherry Creek North is home to more than 300 independently owned shops, ranging from boutiques and galleries to spas, restaurants, and much more. Here, you will find an invigorating 16-block retail paradise that always gives you something to do.

Many famous upscale brands can be found at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, and Neiman Marcus all have their own shops here, and they are surrounded by more than 150 other quality retailers.

Beautifully manicured parks and gardens, tree-lined streets, and public art give Cherry Creek a special charm that can’t be found anywhere else. It matches well with all of the local bakeries, outdoor cafes, and coffee shops in the area.

With easy access to the 22-mile course of the Cherry Creek Bike Path, you can stay in shape in spite of all the tasty neighborhood treats.  

Its proximity to downtown and its unmatched luxury and charm make Cherry Creek one of the premier Denver neighborhoods. If you are ready to search for Cherry Creek real estate, talk to the Neir Team.

Call Stacy Neir at 720.280.3004 or Alex...

Best Denver Neighborhoods for Commuters

Those looking to relocate to Denver will find a couple of neighborhoods that are suitable for commuters. In the Hampden South/Southmoor Park neighborhood of Denver, accessibility and walkability are priorities for the residents that dwell here. In Hampden South, there are more than just excellent neighborhoods, but a great venue for food and fun. The District and Shoppes at Highpointe provide fine dining and retail stores, making the area appealing to locals and visitors alike.

The majority of the homes you'll find in Hampden South were built in the '60s and '70s, so they come with open, yet functional floor plans that are ideal for families of today, who enjoy their own space and privacy. However, the homes aren't too large to where residents don't know their neighbors. There are a fair share of original owners who live here, but those who decide to leave are replaced by new younger families.

 What makes this neighborhood a winner for commuters is that it has the Southmoor light rail station that transports residents to the city. The Ballpark/River North Art District area is a popular spot for urbanites who are looking to have fun. It's home to artists, coffee roasters, builders, architects, brewers and manufacturers. This assortment provides suitable backdrop for work or play. It's not too far from downtown, making it a great commute for bike riders as well.

 Stapleton real estate is a hot commodity for people who work downtown. This family-friendly neighborhood on the northeast part of town is only a 15 minute from the major business centers in the city.

 These Denver communities are great for families, couples and singles who are looking for...

Cheesman Park Neighborhood Profile

Cheesman Park is 80 acres of green space, surrounded by high-rise condos, historic mansions and rental apartments. In this area, you'll find a variety of retail stores, but what makes this community really attractive is its closeness to Cherry Creek, downtown and the park.

Walkability is one of the many reasons Cheesman Park is so popular with urbanites. Locals have easy access to nightlife adventures, as well as work opportunities. All sorts of people live here, including young folks and families. The median price of homes in this neighborhood is $234,500, with the average price being $376,959, which calculates to $229/square foot.

The popular places to visit around Cheesman Park include King Soopers (dubbed Queen Soopers by the locals), Hugo's Colorado Beer & Spirits. Torta’s Grill and Wyman’s No. 5 are two of the more popular restaurants. Families and lovers of cold treats can also enjoy ice cream at Liks Ice Cream or Skoops Ice Cream & More.

For a bit of creativity, you can visit Abend Gallery Fine Art, which showcases all sorts of media from across the world. Those who really enjoy beauty may also like to visit the Denver Botanic Gardens, where people can purchase plants in spring and autumn, enjoy concert series during the summer and the winter Blossoms of Light exhibit. Individuals who want to plan their own special event can rent out the park's neoclassical pavilion, which features beautiful mountain and city views.

To find your dream home in Cheesman Park, you need guidance from our real estate experts. Call Alex Neir at 720.935.4399 or Stacy Neir at 720.280.3004, or browse our online ...

Which Denver Neighborhood Matches Your Lifestyle?

Searching for a home isn’t just about finding the right space to fit your needs. It’s also about finding a neighborhood that inspires you to live a fuller life. For almost any kind of lifestyle, there is a perfect match to be found in one of Denver’s neighborhoods.

 Whether you are a young, single professional trying to embark on a successful career, an empty nester looking for a fresh start, or anything in between, there is a spot for you in this city. Here’s a short guide to help you find the perfect location to lead your ideal lifestyle.

Empty Nesters

Neighborhood Match: Park Hill

This quaint neighborhood with tree-lined streets has many of the conveniences provided by city living without any of the crime and congestion. Residents of this area have developed a close-knit community over the years. You can make new friends and enjoy easy access to some of Denver’s best attractions.

Young Families

Neighborhood Match: Lowry

With plenty of excellent school options and a fair housing market, Lowry is a great choice for young families looking to settle down in Denver. This area also happens to be very dog friendly, which can be a big plus for growing families with furry friends.

Foodies

Neighborhood Match: Highland

Highland has become one of the more popular neighborhoods in the metro area. This area is well known for its walkability, friendly people, culture, and, most of all, its restaurants....

Empty Nest Home Shoppers Should Target These Denver Neighborhoods

The typical story goes that when the kids grow up and move away, the so-called "empty nesters" find themselves having difficulty grappling with the changes. Your little ones leaving the nest doesn't have to be a cause for stress, though. For many, it's just the start of an exciting new chapter.

For most couples with grown children, proximity to the exciting urban life without the congestion or high rents of city living is ideal. These areas sport a huge array of options for culture, activities and entertainment, while still maintaining a tight-knit feeling that makes you feel at home.

Park Hill

Majestic trees line the streets of this charming northeast Denver neighborhood. With a tightly-knit community and staggering array of old-world architecture, including Tudor houses, bungalows, and Victorians, Park Hill can feel like stepping into a different era. But it's certainly modern: new restaurants and boutiques are opening all the time, and major attractions like the Denver Art Museum and History Colorado Center are easily accessible by public transit.

Highlands

This up and coming it-neighborhood has a funky, energetic vibe that will invigorate anyone who steps inside. With charming cafes, quirky fashion boutiques and plenty of live music options, it offers a plethora of fun for the bohemian in all of us. The Tennyson Street Cultural District is home to dozens of galleries and art shops, drawing in a diverse crowd of artists and free thinkers. The neighboring Navajo Art District is one of Denver's best-kept secrets, boasting sculpture, illustration, woodwork, and performance art from local Native American craftspeople.

Wash Park

Washington Park (or Wash Park as it's known to the locals) is one of the most-beloved neighborhoods in all of Denver. With the gorgeous...

Best Denver Neighborhoods for Holiday Shopaholics

Are you ready to hit the pavement in Denver to find those best holiday shopping discoveries? There are so many options for shopaholics that getting started is a challenge of its own. Never fear -- this handy guide will take you through the best Denver shopping neighborhoods so you can start your journey to great deals on the right foot.

Cherry Creek

One of Denver's more affluent neighborhoods, Cherry Creek is just a few steps south of the city's downtown. With over 300 boutiques, cafes and shops to choose from, Cherry Creek is one of the best shopping destinations between San Francisco and Chicago. The choices range from eclectic to sophisticated. After you've made your selections, a refreshing stroll or bike down the neighborhood's 22-mile bike path is the perfect relaxing end to a long day of fantastic bargains.

LoDo

LoDo is one of the city's trendiest hotspots, boasting an impressive assortment of boutiques and restaurants. The most prominent feature is undoubtedly the 16th St. Mall, a sprawling outdoor promenade that features galleries and fine dining along with retail establishments. If your feet are sore from the trek up the mile-long mall, don't worry: a free shuttle transports weary shoppers from beginning to end and back again. Booklovers should be sure to not miss the Tattered Cover, an expansive cathedral of a bookstore crammed full of paperback and hardcover selections. The store's armchairs are even conveniently placed next to cozy fireplaces -- the perfect break between shops.

Highlands Square

Perched up at the tip of northwest Denver, Highlands Square is an up-and-coming neighborhood with a funky and bohemian vibe. Looking for the perfect vintage jewelry set or a handmade afghan? Highlands Square has you covered. You can also find...

Denver Trick or Treating Guide 2014

While dressing up is a big part of the fun of Halloween, you can’t say it’s been a perfect holiday if you didn’t enjoy a good walk in a safe neighborhood and score a full basket of candy.

Many people will stick to their own block this Halloween, but this is a great opportunity to get out and explore some different parts of the city. You might like the treats you find in one of Denver’s top four neighborhoods for trick or treating.

Here’s a Denver Trick or Treating Guide for 2014:

Cherry Creek

The Cherry Creek neighborhood is bordered by Colorado Boulevard, University Boulevard, First Avenue, and Seventh Avenue. In addition to seeing many gorgeous homes, you also can count on staying safe and walking away with a big haul of candy.

Washington Park

Between I-25, Downing Street, Cherry Creek, University Boulevard, and Cherry Creek you will find the Washington Park neighborhood. The nice homes are tightly packed together here, making it prime trick or treating territory. You won’t have to do a lot of walking to fill your basket.

Hilltop

Alameda Avenue, Monaco Parkway, Severn Avenue, and Colorado Boulevard make up the borders of Hilltop. You’ll enjoy a safe walk through this beautiful upscale neighborhood. If the kids get tired, take a break and enjoy a Halloween parade in Cranmer Park, which is centrally located in the neighborhood.

Congress Park

This is another highly populated neighborhood that should give you plenty of opportunities to...

Rino gets a huge boost from the Industry Denver project

Industry Denver Artist Concept

Industry Denver, located at 3001 Brighton Blvd. opened its doors on May 15th and represents a taste of what’s to come on Brighton Blvd.

Industry Denver Building

If you have been paying attention to the River North (Rino) neighborhood of Denver you are familiar with how popular the area is becoming. The vibe and feel of Rino are like nothing else in the city and it’s becoming one of the hippest areas of Denver. The Rino neighborhood is industrial and gritty, combined with chic and sophisticated.

The Industry Denver project can be described the exact same way. The building itself is a repurposed work of art. Phase one is 130,000 square feet of collaborative office space with four new restaurants. The project, described by developer Sean Cambell, is a technology focused business ecosystem. The project caters to small to medium sized technology and creative companies looking for non-traditional office space and want to be part of a larger collaborative ecosystem. Industry tenants have an opportunity to cohabitate creative clusters of offices, conference rooms, community kitchens, lounges and work areas that foster productivity and innovation. According to Mayor Hancock, the strength of the project will be its ability to draw new, innovative businesses to the...