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LIFE WITHIN
WALKING DISTANCE

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LOCATION

Nestled in the exciting South Denver neighborhood High Street Flats are at the doorstep of everything there is to love about Colorado.

 

Enjoy extraordinary access to the outdoors, breweries, restaurants, entertainment, transportation, events, farmers markets and much more! 

THE NEIGHBORHOODS

South Denver offers some of Denver’s most exciting neighborhoods all just a short walk or bike ride away from the High Street Flats

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UNIVERSITY

Centered on its namesake University of Denver, the bustling University district southeast of Downtown Denver is filled with student housing, fast-food eateries, craft breweries, and hip coffee shops. Classical concerts, recitals, and comedy events are popular at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts, while more than 100,000 artifacts are on display at the Museum of Anthropology.

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SOUTH DENVER

South Denver is a sprawling mix of residential areas and busy streets like South Broadway, lined with coffee shops, laid-back eateries, and neighborhood bars. Grand buildings like the late-19th-century University Hall sit on leafy yards at the University of Denver, also home to the multidisciplinary Newman Center for the Performing Arts. Joggers and cyclists use paths looping spacious Washington Park and its lakes.

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ROSEDALE

This small enclave in South Denver includes it’s very own quaint strip of bars, shopping, and restaurants. With Harvard Gulch Park square in it’s center, Rosedale mostly consists of open space. Harvard Gulch Park includes trails, a community garden, a school, a par 3 golf course and even a community water park and rec center.

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PLATTE PARK

Locals have long recognized there’s a lot to love about Platt Park. The tree-lined blocks of South Pearl Street, its main drag, host a farmers’ market, well-attended food and music festivals, and a plethora of fabulous eateries and boutiques. Surrounding the charming commercial hub is a quiet, neighborhood of Craftsman bungalows, modern renos, and Tudors that stretch all the way to Broadway, a funky corridor where there’s always something happening. – 5280 Magazine

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UNIVERSITY HILLS

U. Hill is the suburbs in the city. It consists of mostly single family detached homes and has tons of convenience with easy access to big box shopping centers. There’s also lots of entertainment to enjoy; unique restaurants like Poppies a swanky bar/restaurant and Junction Food Hall. U. Hills has 2 movies theatres, hit up the Regal for your block busters and sneak over the Chez Artiste for your indie flix fix. And ff course, Dave and Buster is a great place to watch the big game or to grab a beer and shoot some Zombies!

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WASHINGTON PARK

Washington Park centers on its namesake green space, a rectangular expanse with sport facilities, formal flower gardens and winding trails for cycling and jogging. An elegant boathouse overlooks Smith Lake, popular with kayakers and anglers. East of the park, Old South Gaylord Street is a bustling shopping district with chic fashion boutiques, galleries, sports bars and casual bistros

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SHOPPING & DINING

South Denver is loaded with a mix of breweries, boutique shops, local taverns and delicious restaurants, but we have a have a few main drags that have it all:

  • Old Gaylord Street

  • Old South Pearl Street

  • University District

  • Farmers Markets on Old South Pearl st. and in this University Hills shopping center

  • South Broadway

  • Colorado Center at University Station

PARKS & TRAILS

Explore all the nearby trails, open spaces, and parks. When even bigger adventures call, you can reach the Colorado ski resorts in an about hour. 

Nearby Parks, Open Spaces, and Trails:

Trials: Highline Canal, Cherry Creek Trail, South Platt, Buchtel Trail, E. Harvard Gulch

Parks - Platt Park, Observatory Park, Wash Park, Harvard Gulch, Eisenhauer Park, New Uhills pocket Park coming soon!

ENTERTAINMENT

Only Boring People get Bored… and you won’t ever get bored being able to walk or bike to movies, festivals, farmers markets, concerts, golf, bowling and even arcades. South Denver is a seriously fun place to live.

  • Golf (Overland, Wilshire, Harvard Gulch)

  • Concerts/Festivals (The Gravel Pit, South Pearl Blues and Brews, Gothic Theater, Levitt Pavilion, Swallow Hill Music, Herman’s Hideaway)

  • Bowling (Moe’s BBQ and Punch Bowl Social)

  • Sports and Arcade (Dave & Buster’s)

  • Movies Theaters  (United artist, Chez Artiste Theater)

GALLERY
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