Roughly 10 years ago the area you now know as Riverfront Park was nothing like it is today. The beautiful Commons Park was being developed. Bare open parcels of dirt and unutilized rail yard land occupied the parcels.
considered by many the most popular Real Estate Development project Denver. It also has Denver lofts, condos and row-homes.
But if you think the past 10 years changed Riverfront Park you ain’t seen nothing yet. Here are our top reasons why the next 10 years will further elevate this downtown Denver real estate community.
- LoHi, Riverfront Park’s neighbor across the Platte has boomed in the past 5 years as a gastronomic center with no signs of slowing down. This neighborhood has all the elements of success for continuing to add to the growing list of dining gems.
- The new FasTracks transportation hub will be completed just footsteps away across the Millennium Bridge. Not only will this connect Riverfront Park easily to all the light rail lines throughout Denver the long anticipated DIA line promises easy access for vacation and business excursions. If transportation access is a plus, Riverfront Park is about to get an all access pass.
- Downtown Denver residents have long been asking for a walkable large scale grocery store. The answer is the new planned King Sooper’s store at 20th and Chestnut just blocks from Riverfront Park via the 18th or 16th street bridge access points.
- While we are on the topic of the Union Station area, the announcement of the new Union Station Alliance project to convert the historic Union Station Train Station to a hotel (along with rumors of a second hotel) offer great reasons to expect a boom of great restaurants, shops, and entertainment to meet the needs of this audience. LoHi to the one direction and Union Station to the other means Riverfront Park will be surrounded by great walkable dining and entertaining options.
- Did we mention that Riverfront Park has a master HOA that pools the resources of all residents in this master planned community to provide off duty police security and beautification workers. Each completed phase in this development adds to those resources to provide for a great environment.
- Commons Park is a public park. If you could go back in time and acquire real estate along the border of New York’s Central Park would you? We always like to remember how wonderful it is to live in an urban environment on green space. Commons Park is also the connection for Denver’s extensive bike and running trails.
These are just a few reasons why Riverfront Park has such a bright future within the Downtown Denver real estate market. Contact us to learn more.