Littleton

Littleton

The city of Littleton’s history dates back to the 1859 Pike’s Peak Gold Rush, which brought not only gold seekers, but merchants and farmers to the community. Richard Sullivan Little … Read More

LoDo

LoDo

Lower Downtown Denver or “LoDo” is a 23-block area of the oldest and original settlement of the city. Reknowned for its nightlife, the area is a mixed- use historic district … Read More

Lowry

Lowry

The neighborhood of Lowry Field in east Denver is bounded partially by Alameda and 11th Avenues, Quebec and Yosemite Streets, with Arapahoe County to the east. The neighborhood has been … Read More

Mission Viejo

Mission Viejo

It is bordered by Buckley Road to the east, Hampden Avenue to the north, Chambers Road to the west and Quincy Avenue to the south. The land on which Mission … Read More

Montbello

Montbello

Montbello began as a suburban-style development, the first major annexation of privately owned land to the far northeast area of Denver, taking place in September, 1965. The annexation included almost … Read More

Montclair

Montclair

The land was purchased and developed by the Montclair Town and Improvement Company in 1885. One of its founders, Matthias P. Cochrane, originally came from Montclair, New Jersey and named … Read More

Northglenn

Northglenn

The nearly 36,000 residents of Northglenn enjoy small neighborhoods with accessible schools, convenient shopping centers, parks, lakes, open spaces and outdoor recreation facilities. The city government’s support for community and … Read More

Platte Park

Platte Park

Much of the West University Community was incorporated in 1886 as the Town of South Denver. The boundaries were the Platte River east to Colorado Boulevard and Alameda Avenue south … Read More

Regis

Regis

It is located in the area known as North Denver. Its boundaries are Harlan Street to the west, Clear Creek (Colorado) to the northwest, 52nd Avenue and the northern border … Read More

Rosedale

Rosedale

Much of the West University Community was incorporated in 1886 as the Town of South Denver. The boundaries were the Platte River east to Colorado Boulevard and Alameda Avenue south … Read More

Ruby Hill

Ruby Hill

The Ruby Hill/Godsman Park neighborhoods are less than 5 miles south of downtown Denver. There is easy access to S. Santa Fe Dr. and I-25 for multiple ways to access downtown … Read More

Sheridan

Sheridan

Sheridan was originally part of the Indian Territory and has always been a small community. The first white settler of what would become Sheridan was John McBroom in the spring … Read More

Skyland

Skyland

Clayton and Skyland were annexed to Denver under the Session Laws of 1883 and 1889. The acquisition of land for City Park, south of the neighborhoods, along with the legacy … Read More

Sloans Lake

Sloans Lake

The neighborhood is located on the northwest side of Denver. The lake is the central feature of Sloan’s Lake Park, which is managed by the Parks and Recreation division of … Read More

Southmoor Park

Southmoor Park

Southmoor Park in southeast Denver offers a great family neighborhood.  Homes were built in the 60’s and 70’s and are on large lots.  Recently many have undergone renovations and updates … Read More

Stapleton

Stapleton

The 4,700 acre neighborhood of Stapleton is bounded by Quebec Street to the west, Peoria Street to the east, and Adams County to the north and south. The neighborhood is … Read More

Sunnyside

Sunnyside

Before any major housing development occurred in Sunnyside, the area west of Pecos Street was occupied by small truck farms, orchards and undeveloped land. In 1879, the northeast corner of … Read More

Thornton

Thornton

Thornton consisted solely of farmland until 1953 when Sam Hoffman purchased a lot off Washington Street about seven miles north of Denver. The town he laid out was the first … Read More

University

University

Much of the West University Community was incorporated in 1886 as the Town of South Denver. The boundaries were the Platte River east to Colorado Boulevard and Alameda Avenue south … Read More

University Hills

University Hills

Bound by three highways when you consider that Colorado Boulevard and Hampden Avenue are highways 83 and 285 respectively, University Hills feels like an oasis of solitude with easy access … Read More