Curtis Park Neighborhood Information and Homes for Sale
The Curtis Park neighborhood is located directly north of the city center in an area identified as Denver North East.
Curtis Park Denver Homes For Sale
When defining the boundaries between Ballpark, Five Points, Curtis Park and even LoDo, there’s overlap as well as varying boundary designation depending on the source. For the purpose of this description, boundaries were based on all available sources and common sense.
Curtis Park Denver homes for sale are in the midst of a cultural and architectural renaissance. From flat-roofed row houses to Queen Ann style Victorians to urban-industrial condos, there’s no end to the architectural yin-and-yang defining this work-in-progress. Read More...
Bordered on the west by Larimer, the east by Glenarm, the south by 20th Street and the north by North Downing Street, the Curtis Park neighborhood is defined by high concentrations of Victorian houses and apartment buildings, including mega Queen Annes with second-floor balconies. Add to the mix clusters of flat-roofed row houses, urban-chic condos and art house flats concentrated along Lawrence and Park Avenue.
Just as the neighborhood varies in architectural style, it’s equally eclectic in terms of neighborhood aesthetics. Bordering on Ballpark, LoDo and Uptown, the Curtis Park district is part city-living and part tree-lined neighborhood. From the vistas of parking lots to the canopy of mature trees, this area runs the whole gamut. Curtis Park Denver homes for sale are listed with the zip code of 80205.
Market statistics for the Curtis Park neighborhood are available upon request. Please feel free to contact Stacy if you would like a more detailed analysis of Curtis Park Denver homes for sale.
With its prime location and direct access to downtown and points south via the Light Rail, Curtis Park has access to some of the best hot-spots in the city including the 17th Avenue “restaurant row” in Uptown, all of LoDo, Ballpark and downtown, as well as the homegrown charms along Welton Street, Larimer Street and Park Avenue. In addition, Curtis Park is home to the Sonny Lawson Park with its beatnik-legendary baseball field and the Mestizo-Curtis Park with its outdoor pool, tennis and basketball courts and soccer field.
Take a historic drive down modern-day Welton where jazz greats like Charlie Parker, Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday haunt the recently resuscitated Rossonian Hotel. For modern music, try Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom and Quixote’s True Blue for a whiff of your own lilac night. Curtis Park’s next up-and-coming area is the Larimer/Lawrence corridor with its authentic Mexican restaurants, bars/music venues like indy-rock-inspired Larimer Lounge and small ad companies like Vanguard Communications. Finally, 20th Street and Broadway are both major thoroughfares with 20th leading to I-25 and Broadway/Brighton Boulevard leading to I-70.
Own a piece of Denver architectural history at 816-818 25th Street. Renowned city...