Denver Neighborhoods

Are you looking for the best Denver neighborhoods? We’ve highlighted several below. There are many more – give us a call to learn more! 

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Denver neighborhoods


If you love dogs as much as most Denverites, you’ll appreciate the twelve dog parks in Berkeley. Between all the dog parks, you’ll find homes in the Denver Square and Tudor style, along with townhomes and duplexes.

Bible Park

Bible Park is a group of neighborhoods located in Southeast Denver. It includes Dartmouth Downs, Tamarac Hills/Park, Point South, Hutchinson Hills, Hampden, and Hampden Park. These neighborhoods are perfect for young families who may work in the nearby Denver Tech Center.

Bonnie Brae

Bonnie Brae is one of Denver’s most loved neighborhoods thanks to tree-lined roads, parks, boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. It was initially developed in the 1920s and has become a quaint neighborhood with easy access to Denver.

Cherry Creek

Explore one of the best outdoor dining and shopping destinations in Denver. The Cherry Creek neighborhood is home to luxury townhomes and high-rise condos, with fewer, highly desirable single-family homes.

Congress Park

A stroll through the Congress Park neighborhood will delight you with historic homes, green spaces, local businesses, and restaurants. Just three miles west of Downtown, this neighborhood has become a favorite for Denver locals.


This neighborhood was once just called South Bonnie Brae, or east of Wash Park. Today, this Corry-Merrill has made a name for itself as an up-and-coming place to call home. You can expect large lots with mature trees.

Country Club

The Country Club neighborhood was designated a Historic Landmark District in 1990. If you’re exploring homes in the area, you can expect to see Gothic, Colonial, Mediterranean, and Denver Square-style homes.


In this small neighborhood located near Cherry Creek, you’ll find a wide range of home styles, including 1960s ranch homes, split level, Tudor-style, and modern homes.

Downtown Denver

Downtown Denver is typically divided into two regions: the Central Business District (CBD) and Lower Downtown (LoDo). Their high-rise apartment buildings characterize both regions.


Centered around Rose Medical Center, Hale is a growing neighborhood of bungalows, Tudors, and brick homes that are still relatively affordable.


First developed in the 1940s, Hilltop was once the high-elevation neighborhood in Denver. While it’s no longer the tippy-top of Denver, it’s still a charming and beloved neighborhood with classic Denver architecture.


Located and named for the former Lowry Air Force Base, this Denver neighborhood includes over 800 acres of parks and open space.


Mayfair is the sister neighborhood of Montclair. It’s a quiet, historic neighborhood with diverse homes, including Tudor, Queen Anne, and foursquare style homes.


Montclair was initially designed as a small suburban community but has become a historic Denver neighborhood with brick homes and tree-lined streets.

Platt Park

Once a separate borough from Denver, this neighborhood offers family homes and a surplus of shopping and dining destinations to Denver residents.

Polo Club

Located south of the Cherry Creek neighborhoods, the Polo Club is divided into three sections and includes custom homes, patio homes, and condominiums. The community was named for the first polo club in Denver called the Freebooters.


The Regis neighborhood borrows its name from Regis University, the private Jesuit school it shares a community with. It’s most popular with young professionals and families.

River North Art District (RiNo)

The Denver neighborhood has been named one of the top ten places to visit in the country, and for good reasons! You’ll enjoy breweries, restaurants, and art galleries housed in historic warehouses and urban building redevelopments. Even buildings are art canvases in this neighborhood, and there’s no shortage of color to take in.

Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park was transformed from an abandoned rail yard. Today, it’s a thriving community surrounded by urban green space. This neighborhood is most recognizable thanks to the Millenium Bridge.


Located north of City Park and the City Park Golf Course, Skyland is currently experiencing a boost of popularity and growth. If this neighborhood is on your wish list, now is the time to make a move.

Sloan’s Lake

The lake that gives this neighborhood its name is the largest in the city. As legend has it, the lake was created by (a now happy) accident. The area surrounding the park is quickly becoming one of Denver’s favorites.

Southmoor Park

Southmoor Park is located along Hampden South, giving in a distinct shape from many other Denver neighborhoods. The neighborhood is home to Belleview Station, a master-planned mixed-use community.


Located adjacent to the Highlands neighborhoods, Sunnyside is a delightful mix of charming bungalows and modern homes.


Located west of University Park, this neighborhood is home to the University of Denver, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks.

University Hills

The University Hills neighborhood is just minutes away from some of Denver’s best dining and cultural centers. Even with increasing prices throughout Denver, average sale prices in this neighborhood are still affordable.

University/Observatory Park

Located just east of the University of Denver campus, this charming neighborhood is home to the widely-loved Observatory Park.


Uptown is most commonly characterized by its proximity to City Park, trendy dining, and attractions like the Denver Zoo. After a spring stroll through City Park, it will be easy to understand why so many Coloradoans want to call this neighborhood home.


Families looking for a place to call home will love Wellshire. You’ll see mid-century ranches and newly built homes in this convenient and charming neighborhood.