Denver Neighborhood Diary: City Park

Dear Denver Diary,

What better way to celebrate the arrival of Spring Weather in Denver than a day at City Park, the largest park in the city. You can find this residential area surrounded by the following:  East Colfax, East 23rd Ave, Downing and York. Locals residing in this neighborhood get the luxury of enjoying the 360 days of sunshine here. Not only is it home to the City Park Jazz Festival, but also Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Lots of options to get outside and get active at the tennis courts as well as the baseball, soccer and football fields. Hang out around the two lakes, historical monuments, the picnic sites, or one of the two playgrounds. 

City Park is the perfect place for young professionals or families not quite ready to surrender to suburbia life. Buyers can look to purchase a property anywhere from $455K all the way up to $3M. Monthly rental prices vary from $795 to $3.2K. This urban neighborhood’s real estate is somewhat dense but offers single family homes with yards, attached dwellings, and an abundance of condominiums to choose from. Multi-level victorian homes, craftsman bungalows, a plethora of duplexes, and some rustic/modern condos; City Park will surely have something that meets your criteria.  

If you find yourself in City Park looking to fulfill a brunch craving, head to Syrup for a nice family friendly environment. The Goods on Colfax, a neighborhood favorite, offers the perfect menu catering to your family and friend’s different needs. They also host comedy nights and other events that support the MaxFund, a no-kill, animal adoption shelter that gives the injured, abondoned and abused a second chance. If you’re looking to represent our wonderful state through wardrobe, you can pick up all your Colorado swag at Coloradical.

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