I’ve seen my Five Points neighborhood and its real estate come a long way in the several decades years. The Five Points Historic District was founded in 2002 and is located just north of Lower Downtown. That alone has accelerated the pace of renovation and improvements to my neighborhood. But, Five Points was known for […]
These blog posts about Downtown Denver cover lofts, condos and single family homes. Downtown neighborhoods range from urban to residential.
By Adrian Kinney Long before Denver Mid-Century Modern Homes were labeled, they were just new homes on what was then the outskirts of the city. Maybe they were modest homes technologically by today’s new-home standards but these homes were different and unique. Mid-Century Moderns were and continue to be architectural masterpieces.
One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods is just north of Five Points near Downtown Denver. It is called RINO. RINO is an acronym that means RIver NOrth. It is sometimes called the River North Art District. This area is north of Downtown Denver Area and Coors Field. It’s hip. It’s happening. And, it’s got lots of […]
The Denver real estate market offers lots of choices of Denver neighborhoods and the suburbs. If you live in a condo, loft or bungalow near Downtown Denver, chances are your digs are very HIP. You may be very HIP too. As for me, I am not. I live the Denver suburbs. Boring! Two of my […]
Downtown Denver is surrounded by interesting residential neighborhoods. Just North and West of Denver’s ever popular and resurgent Five Points is another historic community. Curtis Park offers interesting Victorian architecture and classic homes dating back to the 1880’s. Much of this gorgeous architecture was generally unrecognized for many years. But, as many downtown Denver neighborhoods […]
My family and I have lived in Northeast Denver a long time. When I grew up, Park Hill was the only “gentrified” neighborhood sought by professionals, especially attorneys, and their families. The areas north and west of City Park were not among the best due to higher crime and worse schools. Now, the neighborhoods just […]
New residential construction including lofts, townhomes, condominiums and single family homes for sale continues to boom in Lower Highland. But nowadays we’re starting to see a new type of Lo-Hi real estate construction, commercial office space. Here is some of the office space projects currently underway in LoHi .
Good restaurants and stores come an go in the Highlands neighborhood just as they do all around Denver. So, there’s good news and bad news about some of my favorite places. Every time I drive up or down 32nd Avenue in Highlands, I miss Heidi’s Deli and Common Grounds. It has been months now since […]
One of biggest obstacles my clients have when considering the purchase of a new home is the multiple unknowns that exist. Sure, we all can easily find base pricing information online but what about up-charges for architectural styles, or lot premiums or the nickel-and-diming that takes place at builder’s design centers? And let’s not forget […]
Clients often ask me: “What is the most popular area in Denver for new housing?” The good news is Denver has many neighborhoods with what we call “in-fills”. They might be large communities or just a single home. Lately, our redevelopment of the old Stapleton airport has been in the news. But, quietly, builders are […]