Jefferson Park is northwest of Denver's downtown, providing some amazing views of our great city. The exact boundaries of the neighborhood are Colfax to the South, Speer to the North, the Platte River to the East and Federal Boulevard to the West. There is even a 6.7 acre park smack-dab in the middle of Jefferson Park, hence the name. The neighborhood is truly one of the last affordable areas within the downtown city limits.
In regards to the architecture of the Jefferson Park area, any of the hilly and quiet streets today could see home styles representing the 1890s/19th century to the 1950s to present day. Historic places turning into urban dwellings. That mix of properties is what gives the area charm.
Jefferson Park has definitely seen some ups and downs as a neighborhood in the past. However, by the 90s, Jefferson Park's great location, affordable housing and the overall feel, brought it back to the attention as a wonderful place to live and invest. Redevelopment can be seen on almost every street in the area. This is likely to continue as land within proximity to downtown continues to become more desirable.
Single family homes from the late 19th century are the predominant architecture of the area. However,...
Everyone knows that the holidays are one of the busiest times of year. For some people, they love it. For others, they just want them to be over. There is so much planning, organizing, shopping, whether it’s for turkey or presents, and we sometimes don’t slow down to actually enjoy ourselves.
Living in Stapleton, with all the different people in the 1,000s of homes, lies a lot of opportunity for parties, family get-togethers, dinners, you name it! The community as a whole also offers an array of Central Park events to help make life a little bit easier during such a crazy time. Let others take care of the plans and logistics for you! You can even get some of your shopping done right in our 29th Ave. Town Center, and other areas within the confines, between our local grocery store and our small boutiques and shops.
One of the most anticipated Central Park holiday events is the official “Winter Welcome”. A large Christmas tree is lit in the Town Center, there’s music, s’mores for the family, other kid-friendly activities, some early bird shopping, and even a special appearance by a favorite white-bearded man in a red suit. The very fun welcome will be held on Friday, November 22nd starting at 6:00 pm.
Two weeks later, on Friday, December 6th, there will be a showing of the movie Elf, as the official Winter Movie on the Green. With Colorado weather, you and your family...