Denver Neighborhoods

Read about all the unique neighborhoods in Denver, and discover which is the best fit for your lifestyle.

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Where Are New Homes Being Built?

We all know that Stapleton, Lowry and Green Valley Ranch have new homes under construction, but what about the rest of Denver? Where are developers deciding to invest their money? Where are buyers passing on the planned community – deciding instead on a newly built home in an older neighborhood?

I searched homes sold in 2015 and 2016 (thru May) that also had a build year of 2015 and newer. Then I created 3 interactive maps to show the distribution and count in each area for the following products:
• Detached homes
• Condos
• Townhomes/other multi-unit.

The Takeaway: Townhomes had the highest numbers; detached homes had the widest range of neighborhoods; and new condos are very limited these days – only in 5 different

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or...How home values change from one neighborhood to another...

Did you know that crossing a street in Denver can cost you over $250,000? That won’t be a fine levied by the police, but it will be the average cost increase of a house when you cross from one neighborhood to another.

Obviously, each neighborhood has its pros and cons. But when two nearby neighborhoods contrast greatly, the prices can vary quite a bit.

Here are some examples of Denver neighborhoods that really exemplify this fact:

Congress Park & Cherry Creek NorthCongress Park vs Cherry Creek NorthCross 6th Avenue and your home could cost an extra $873,000.

* Congress Park: average home price was $412,000 over the past 12 months.
* Cherry Creek North: average home price was $1,285,000 over the past 12 months.


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Park Hill MapPark Hill is a hidden gem in Denver. Washington Park and Highlands get the most word of mouth but can often cost more because of the higher demand. Park Hill real estate offers a great neighborhood with average prices that can meet the needs of almost every buyer.

The city and county of Denver has Park Hill defined as one neighborhood. This may be correct as a geographical boundary, but in real estate I see four distinct areas. These areas include Park Hill South, Park Hill Central, Park Hill North, and Park Hill East. My dividing lines are determined by several factors: consistency of homes, character, price ranges, proximity to Martin Luther King Blvd, the airport affect, and even opinions expressed by past clients and contacts.

See below to learn

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