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DOWNTOWN DENVER PARTNERSHIP, INC.

DOWNTOWN DENVER PARTNERSHIP, INC.

DOWNTOWN DENVER PARTNERSHIP, INC.

Downtown Denver Residential Living Guide

VADABING VADABAM Firworks, horse & buggies, buskers, chalk-artists, events, festivals — the fun never stops Downtown.

Downtown Denver’s Best Kept Secrets

NIGHTLIFE THAT DOESN’T STOP The fun starts at happy hour. There are so many choices — concerts, bars, clubs, latenight dining, movies — you name it.

FOODIES WANTED We have hundreds of restaurants to choose from. An almost endless variety of cuisine, price points and experiences can be found all throughout Downtown.

ARTS & CULTURE CAPITOL Downtown Denver is THE center for Denver’s arts and culture — galleries, concerts, museums, movies, musicals, plays — enough said.

65,000 RESIDENTS KNOW SOMETHING, DON’T THEY? Those who choose to live Downtown — from singles to young couples to families to empty-nester to students — all know that they can find a unique neighborhood, a variety of housing options, at a wide range of price points, right in the heart of the city. 2

SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS GALORE Did you know there are more than a thousand shops and restaurants Downtown? Keep it quiet, or you may not get a table next time.

13 COOL NEIGHBORHOODS Downtown Denver is not one place, but many. 13 in fact. 13 cool, unique, hip, quiet, exciting, historical, urban, high-rise, low-rise, old world, new school, high-end, affordable city center neighborhoods. You can find just the right one to match your lifestyle and call it home.

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Under Construction

What’s New in Downtown Living

SPIRE Smart, sophisticated and sustainable. SPIRE is a new LEED-certified highrise community with a collection of modern homes and resort-style amenities above any other in Denver. All in a location that puts the very best of downtown Denver just steps away. Located on the corner of 14th & Champa at 891 14th Street.

Recently Completed

SOLERA Solera is the first of its kind — a LEED® Gold certified apartment building for lease in downtown Denver. If you’re looking for a green apartment for rent in a unique urban environment, look no further than the energy efficient luxury apartment living at Solera. Located on the corner of 20th & Lawrence at 1956 Lawrence St. 4

2020 LAWRENCE With the development of 2020 Lawrence, Zocalo continues to lead the industry in sustainable urban living. The LEED®-Gold registered, high-rise project features a 75-kilowatt, rooftop solar array that powers a high-efficiency VRF heating system; innovative, non-potable landscape irrigation systems; and high-quality, sustainable finishes. The project broke ground in 2011, and will commence leasing in October 2012.

Where do YOU want to be?

FOUR SEASONS RESIDENCES Create your life at Four Seasons Denver. For over 50 years, Four Seasons has been home away from home for guests who know and appreciate the best. For its residents, Four Seasons is home and there are no substitutes. Located on the corner of 14th & Arapahoe at 1111 Fourteenth Street.

SUGAR CUBE Mixing retail, office and luxury rental residences, SugarCube embodies urban city living and combines it with the Denver lifestyle. With the best apartments in Denver, it offers exceptional architecture, open unit plans, sophisticated details, museum-quality finishes, and complete personalized concierge services. Located on the corner of 16th & Blake at 1555 Blake St. 5

Downtown’s 13 Neighborhoods

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Tivoli Student Union The Tivoli is a Denver landmark. The first of its 12 buildings was built in 1866 as a brewery and brewed its last beer in 1966. In 1994, the newly renovated Tivoli opened as one of the premier student unions in the country. Ninth Street Historic Park At the heart of the Auraria Campus, the structures on Ninth Street Historic Park comprise the oldest restored block of residences in the city. Ninth Street houses serve as campus offices. Emmanuel Gallery Emmanuel is Denver’s oldest church building, constructed in 1876. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1969 and currently serves Auraria as a shared art gallery for the three schools on campus. W 38 Ave

Located in the heart of downtown Auraria is the largest campus in Colorado, where three separate higher education institutions enroll approximately 37,000 students. Community College of Denver a two-year institution offering more than 90 programs that lead to an associate degree or certificate. The Metropolitan State College of Denver is the largest undergraduate college in the USA. The college is a comprehensive, state-assisted four-year institution offering 50 majors and 69 minors, as well as individualized and many unique degree programs. The University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center Downtown Denver Campus is the only public university in the Denver metropolitan area. CU-Denver offers 36 undergraduate degrees, 43 master’s degrees and Ph.D. degrees in public affairs, applied mathematics, health and behavioral sciences, civil engineering and educational leadership.

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The Auraria Campus is proud to offer rental housing assistance to students, faculty and staff. Here are three close-by alternatives: The Regency is the first housing development created specifically for Auraria students. (303) 477-1950, www.regencystudenthousing.com or [email protected] Campus Village Apartments are a brand new, all inclusive student housing community. Leasing office in the Tivoli, Suite 124 or call (303) 573-5272, www. myownapartment.com, or [email protected] The Inn at Auraria combines student high-rise urban living with unparalleled location. (303) 623-3007 or www.theinnatauraria.com.

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Breckenridge Blake Street Pub The Breckenridge Brewery & Pub opened in November 1992 as one of the first brewpubs in Denver. The eclectic menu includes traditional pub fare, great burgers and sandwiches, salads, bar-b-que, Tex-Mex and specials, all made fresh daily. Snooze Snooze re-energizes the way you think, feel and eat breakfast. Established in 2006, Snooze invites you to a new kind of experience at breakfast and lunch, with recipes made from scratch using the highest quality ingredients; a setting filled with energy and pouring over in creativity; and service radiating fun and knowledge throughout. Marco’s Coal-Fired Pizza Marco’s is the only certified authentic Neapolitan restaurant in Colorado, and one of only 40 in the USA. They use only the finest, most authentic ingredients: flour from a third-generation Italian family, artisanal cheeses from the Italian countryside and fresh, locally grown produce found here in Colorado.

Ballpark neighborhood lies to the north of Lower Downtown and Downtown Denver’s Central Business District. The southern end of the neighborhood is anchored by Coors Field and stretches almost 20 blocks to the north into a section that is still a functioning warehouse and light industry district. Now a historic district, most of its original buildings still stand today. While the lure of summer baseball games may be the appeal to some residents, there is also the wonderful commercial corridor of North Larimer Street adding spunk to the neighborhood — offering a unique mix of buildings and tenants — pawn shops, jazz clubs, bars, antique shops, art framers, galleries, brewpubs, authentic Mexican restaurants, small companies and more. Here, you’ll find many brick buildings that still sport train and truck loading docks on their street frontages.

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Molly Brown House In 1970 local citizens formed Historic Denver, Inc., to preserve the long-time home of Titanic’s most famous survivor. Today, you can visit the Brown’s opulent 1889 home and hear fascinating tales of Molly Brown’s incredible life, from instant mining-town wealth, to labor reform and the stages of New York.

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Capitol Hill residents describe themselves as funky, eclectic and fiercely proud of their multi-generational, diverse neighborhood. Many older families have lived in the big, beautiful Capitol Hill homes for decades, while a younger crowd is now renting apartments or buying condos. With lots of walkable streets and almost every amenity close by, there is a steady stream of pedestrians taking in the restaurants, bars, coffee shops and boutiques. Strolling through the neighborhood, you’re reminded that Capitol Hill was founded in the 1880s as a new residential suburb for Denver’s wealthiest families. You can still see many of the extravagant Victorian, Tudor and Greek revival mansions they built using sandstone, granite and other materials native to Colorado. With new retail, entertainment venues, offices and even condominium developments along the fabled street, Capitol Hill residents have even more reasons to be proud.

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Denver Pavilions Opened in 1998 and updated in 2011, the Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall has more than 50 shops, restaurants and a 15-screen movie theater. Larimer Square A quaint historic street of hip shops, great restaurants and plenty of sunny places to sip a cappuccino. The block is a favorite shopping and eating destination of tourists and locals alike. Don’t miss Oktoberfest and the annual street-artist event, La Piazza dell’Arte.

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The Central Business District may sound like a stuffy array of bank buildings, but don’t let the name fool you. While LoDo has garnered most of the publicity over the last decade, residential growth in the upper end of Downtown — the Central Business District - has been equally strong. Both areas have populations of approximately 3,500 people, and the Central Business District has a distinct personality all its own. One of the most charming things about this neighborhood is the links its buildings hold to Denver’s past. In recent years, several vacant historic structures have been renovated into apartment and condominium projects. Residents of the Central Business District are not all business. They’re surrounded by some of the city’s best dining, shopping, arts and culture and everything is a quick walk or a short free shuttle ride away, making cars necessary only for trips out of the city.

Denver Center for the Performing Ats A showcase for live theatre, the symphony, touring Broadway shows, and an award-winning multi-media production facility. Next door,87the Ellie Caulkins Opera House has concerts, operas, films and shows.

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Entertainment & Arts This neighborhood boasts the city’s most prominent entertainment venues, including the Pepsi Center Arena, The Children’s Museum, Six Flags Elitch Gardens amusement park, the Downtown Aquarium, and the new Denver Museum of Contemporary Art. Millennium Bridge The bridge is part engineering marvel, part sculpture, links the valley to lower Downtown for pedestrians. Denver Skate Park Designed for both street skating and vertical skating, the Skate Park mimics an urban environment of planters, curbs, rails, bowls, and more.

If ever there was a new frontier in Denver, it’s the Central Platte Valley (CPV) neighborhood. This 120acre neighborhood west of Downtown is evolving before your eyes. After spending most of the 20th century marked by warehouses, viaducts and rail yards, the Central Platte Valley has been transformed into an exciting, mixed-use urban neighborhood with a variety of homes, lofts and luxury apartments, and more than 3 million square feet of offices, quaint shops, hip galleries, bohemian restaurants and hotels. Here, you’ll not only find 2,227 residential units (with another 800 under construction or planned) but also something unheard of in an urban setting — 90 beautiful acres of parks, including the largest outdoor public skate park in the USA and access to the Cherry Creek river for kayaking, walking your dog or riding your bike.

REI This huge flagship store in one of Denver’s most historic buildings, hosts lectures, classes, and fun for the whole family with one of the tallest, indoor climbing walls in the area and a coffee house. And of course, great outdoor stuff to buy. W 37th Ave

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The Central Platte Valley offers a variety of housing options for renters or buyers. On the west side, between the river and I-25, you’ll find red-bricked buildings with ground floor retail and restaurants and residential lofts above. East-West Partners’ Riverfront Park is the largest planned community in the neighborhood, comprised of condos, lofts, penthouses, townhomes and Brownstones. If you are looking for an apartment, there are Commons Park West, a newly constructed 340-unit apartment complex, and The Manhattan. There are also several historic warehouses in the Prospect area (northeast of 20th Street), including WaterTower Lofts, and Jack Kerouac Lofts in Prospect Place Village.

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Denver Enterprise Center This innovative incubator assists small and start-up businesses by fostering entrepreneurship, creating local jobs, developing work skills, and promoting community businesses and their products and services. Women’s Bean Project This entrepreneurial business and job skills program for lowincome women is housed in a renovated firehouse. Sacred Heart The oldest functioning church in the city, this place of worship was established in 1879 for Italian and Irish immigrants. Mestizo-Curtis Park The neighborhood’s namesake open space was created in 1868 as Denver’s first public park. Today, the park offers an outdoor pool, tennis and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, soccer field, and a new playground.

Just north of Downtown Denver, Curtis Park is a historic area developed in the 1860s and 1870s as a fashionable residential suburb. Neighbors here are quick to point out that this is the oldest residential neighborhood in the city. Take a quick trip to Curtis Park today, and you’ll see it remains one of the center city’s most accessible neighborhoods for Downtown workers and shoppers. As you stroll down its tree-lined streets, one of the most noticeable aspects of the community is its incredible diversity. It’s a wonderfully integrated mix of all kinds of housing, a variety of social and economic levels, and neighbors who are evenly split between African-American, Latino and Caucasian. W 38th Ave

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Five Points was founded in the 1860s on the Welton Street corridor as one of Denver’s first residential suburbs and it features some of Denver’s oldest homes and historic storefronts. Brimming with history, its commercial district was a requisite stop for the world’s best African American jazz musicians--including Charlie Parker, Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton. Music is still alive in the neighborhood including Five Points’ Juneteenth celebration — one of the biggest music festivals in America. As Welton Street runs along Five Points, you’ll find the bustle and hum of 75 businesses, including restaurants, cafes, boutiques, barber shops, salons, a bank and a radio station. You’ll also find that Welton Street is the only predominantly African American owned commercial strip in the country. From its jazz roots to this proud stretch of merchants, Five Points has made its mark on the history books and in the hearts of its residents.

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Denver Art Museum This incredible museum is a work of art in itself — so much so that lofts have even been built specifically to offer magnificent views of the stunning new Daniel Libeskind designed addition. Denver Public Library The beautiful Central Library, designed by world famous 87 architect Michael Graves, serves as a focal point and gathering place for the community. igh

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In this quirky, artsy, eclectic neighborhood, some of the best conversations have gone to the dogs. That’s because many neighbors meet every night at the little parks nearby to walk their dogs and chat. It’s just one of the ways this energetic neighborhood has created its own distinct culture. Located just south of Downtown, the Golden Triangle offers amazing cultural and entertainment opportunities right outside the front door, including the Denver Art Museum and Denver Public Library. The area is fast becoming a hot spot for art lovers, culture buffs and those who want to be right in the thick of the city’s action, while transforming itself with new restaurants, childcare centers, clubs and multiple art galleries. Several former garages and industrial buildings have been renovated for use by law firms, architects, interior designers and other small office users, bringing a more neighborly feel to the blocks.

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Little Man Ice Cream Little Man ice cream is handmade in small batches with some of the finest, local ingredients. They go beyond the typical with vintage uniforms, big smiles and an “anything goes” attitude. Check out their fountain sodas, floats, malts, shakes, banana splits and sundaes. LoLa Named one of the top-5 places to drink tequila in America by Food & Wine, LoLa has become one of Denver’s most acclaimed restaurants, serving cuisine inspired by Mexico’s coastal regions. LoLa is in the original home of the Olinger Mortuary; below, the 1926 winter resting place of Wild Bill Cody is now their new tequila bar, BeLoLa.

Set on a hill overlooking the city, the Highland has hilly, tree-lined streets and an eclectic mix of housing. Residents like the unique feeling of living far away from the city’s hubbub while still being a quick bike or scooter ride to the heart of Downtown. In recent years, this thriving area has become the place to be for young urbanites wanting to own homes close to Downtown. There’s a little bit of everything from block to block, creating the neighborhood’s old-world charm. Highland is also characterized by its rich ethnic history (the reason why it has the best Italian and Mexican restaurants) and diverse age demographics. The area has unique commercial districts with locally owned art galleries, chic restaurants, and a variety of hip boutiques selling everything from flowers to gourmet chocolates. On a warm afternoon, the neighborhood is alive with shoppers, coffee sippers and workers enjoying their lunchtime.

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Highland offers a wide range of homes including row houses, duplexes, apartments above retail shops, grand Victorian and Queen Anne mansions, and post-WW II era single family detached houses. Many buildings are also being renovated into lofts, condos, studios and small offices.

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Root Down Root Down connects the neighborhood to a dining experience in the same way ingredients are connected to food. There is a seamless bond between the elements and experience, which stimulates the senses and draws people in. This, the root of flavor.

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The Children’s Museum This inventive, young-at-heart museum offers one of Denver’s best hands-on experiences for children newborn to age eight and their grown-ups. Exciting programs and special events are constantly on the agenda. La Loma Restaurant Perched on a hill near 26th and Federal, this beautiful gem resides in a distinctive Denver home that was constructed in 1887. The home accommodates a Cantina with a large fireplace, and three unique dining rooms. Jack-N-Grill This funky neighborhood favorite proudly displays a sign saying “We are not fast food.” Locals say it is well worth the wait for Jack Martinez’s specialties. Chiles are roasted by the Martinez family on-site and they’re also famous for their Frito pies and calabasitas.

Just to the south of the Highland neighborhood, a sweet little community called Jefferson Park sits perched over Downtown Denver. Jefferson Park is named for the centrally located 6.7-acre park that was landscaped in the early 1900s and serves as a gathering place for neighbors and visitors. As one of the last affordable Downtown neighborhoods, Jefferson Park is sought-after by those wanting to own homes near the city. Its streets are dotted with a variety of housing styles from various eras, so it has something for all tastes and budgets. Federal Boulevard is the main shopping corridor with life’s necessities mixed with the spice of ethnic restaurants and shops. From its hilly vantage point, this quiet jewel of a neighborhood has stunning views of Six Flags Elitch Gardens, The Children’s Museum, the Aquarium, and the mountains to the west.

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Museo de las Americas La Alma/Lincoln Park is proud to house the first museum in the region dedicated to the artistic and cultural achievements of Latinos in the Americas. Sunken Gardens Park Just east of West High School, you’ll find Sunken Gardens Park. Built in 1909 on the site of a city dump, it was created by landscape architect Saco DeBoer, the same architect who created Civic Center Park. Lincoln Park Even though this neighborhood is just minutes from Downtown, its own park gives it a suburban, family feel. This is where neighbors gather, children play, and the community reconnects. W 38th Ave

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Stroll the streets of La Alma/Lincoln Park neighborhood and you’ll see colorful lights decorating many of the homes, smell Latino dishes wafting out of windows, and be charmed by the turn of the century architecture. It is teeming with a sense of family, and one of the few places left where you’ll find two and three generations still living in the same few blocks. One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, La Alma/Lincoln Park lies to the south of today’s Auraria Higher Education Center campus. This charming neighborhood — often referred to as the “West Side” — is close to the heart of Downtown, yet still attractively affordable. It’s an opportunity for those wanting a historic neighborhood without the price tag. Santa Fe Drive, the primary retail and commercial corridor, has been revitalized and is now alive day and night with cafes, authentic Mexican bakeries, art galleries, photography studios and a variety of offices.

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Meander through Lower Downtown, or LoDo, and you’ll move from beautiful, historically-preserved buildings, to new lofts, to some of the best shopping, dining and entertainment venues in town. This 25-block neighborhood is a blend of western history, urban chic and gracious living. Best of all, the Colorado sunshine permeates Lodo, warming balconies and decks and rooftop terraces. LoDo is a vibrant combination of historical storefronts, brick warehouses, industrial buildings and commercial structures that have been renovated into offices, lofts and retail space. Art galleries, restaurants, brewpubs, jazz clubs, and specialty retail stores line the ground floors of historic buildings, while offices, condos and lofts sit above. LoDo residents will tell you there’s a great sense of community. Moreover, residents are just a few blocks from the Cherry Creek bike path and the recently completed Commons Park.

Wynkoop Brewing Company Colorado’s oldest brewpub, founded in 1988, is housed in a glorious restored building from 87 Rd 1899, where hardwood floors, thick timber pillars and pressed W 35th Ave tin ceilings still look much like City Of Cuernavaca W 34th Ave Park they did way back then.

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The Fillmore Auditorium Built in 1912, this building originally saw Wednesday night socials and masquerade balls. Over the years, it has been a dance hall, roller rink and concert hall. The refurbished Fillmore Auditorium is still the ticket to see and hear the most exciting up-and-coming talents. Marcyzk Fine Foods Marcyzk Fine Foods is a locally owned, full service grocery store. Pete and Paul Marczyk travel the globe to find the finest every-day and hard-tofind specialty goods for Denver foodies. Located in a mixeduse area of tree-lined streets, handsome Victorians, and new loft projects.

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Just to the east of Downtown Denver lies a neighborhood that spans the entire spectrum of housing styles, businesses and personalities. This diverse neighborhood is lovingly referred to as Uptown, and it is growing in popularity. Part of the neighborhood’s dynamic personality is its array of great restaurants, from fancy dinner fare to funky breakfast nooks. Mix the good eating with some delightful boutique shopping, a spa or two, office buildings and two of the best small entertainment venues in Denver and you have a little something for everyone. Plus, it’s all located with incredibly easy access to the heart of Denver. On its southern boundary, Uptown includes Colfax Avenue, where remarkable renovations have taken place and new retail, residential and office development is changing the landscape and creating even more reasons to love this neighborhood.

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DOWNTOWN DENVER PARTNERSHIP, INC.

DOWNTOWN DENVER PARTNERSHIP, INC.

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