Living In Denver


Framed by picturesque mountain views, the city of Denver is a vibrant place with plenty of unique local bars, restaurants and shops to explore. Home to the Denver Broncos and world class skiing within a couple hours drive there are a multitude of reasons to call this city home.  There are a wide variety of great neighborhoods to choose from, each with their own unique character and appeal.  Some of the most popular areas to live in are the Highlands, RiNO Arts District, Sunnyside, and Washington Park. These neighborhoods have a great walkability factor, with more more boutiques, bars and restaurants than you can count, while also while also remaining in close proximity to the city's many parks to ensure residents can enjoy a balanced and active lifestyle.


West Highlands

One of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods to call home, West Highlands is an exciting array of high-end restaurants, bars, entertainment venues and so much more.

Residents of Denver and surrounding areas flock to West Highlands for its unique personality comprised of popular neighborhood hot spots, chic upscale lofts and condos and a variety of Victorian and bungalow style homes.

West of Downtown Denver, between 29th and 38th Avenue, Federal and Sheridan, this energetic community boasts 2 parks and ready access to Downtown Denver. West Highlands continues to be a unique and dynamic place to call home and is highly sought after by locals and newcomers alike.



This cheerful and bright area is experiencing a wonderful revival as new residents flock from the adjacent HIghlands neighborhood in search of a charming and energetic place to call home - for a fraction of the cost.

The 1.5 square mile neighborhood also features a delicious and invigorating assortment of Latino restaurants, providing a dynamic accent to the conveniently located, energetic location. Sunnyside is the perfect place to live for those looking to enjoy the convenience and energy of living in close proximity to Downtown Denver while still enjoying the peace and quiet that this friendly neighborhood provides  



RiNO, also known as the River North Arts District, is truly a one-of-a-kind urban dreamscape. Once a warehouse district, the revitalized neighborhood is now one of the most desired communities in Denver.

From ever-changing murals to bustling music venues, this neighborhood is ideal for artists, creatives, and homeowners seeking to live in an exceptionally energetic part of the city. You can expect this unique urban-industrial environment to double down on its popularity and character in years to come.


Washington Park

Also known as Wash Park, this neighborhood is comprised of a 165-acre park located south of the capital. The park is made up of two lakes, enormous grassy fields, tennis courts, and other recreational accommodations.

Wash Park West is a fast-paced, hip neighborhood filled with coffee shops, bookstores, and one-of-a-kind boutiques. With a staggering number of well preserved historic homes, Victorians, duplexes and bungalows, Wash Park West has plenty of housing options for prospective residents to choose from.

Access Mile High living at its finest with easy access to Downtown Denver, a vast array of delicious restaurants, fun boutiques, and a location as central as they come. Buying in Wash Park is more of a lifestyle choice than just a home, as the neighborhood captures what it means to be an active, successful and well-rounded member of the Denver community.

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