If we had to pick one neighborhood that embodied the most culture it would be Denver’s Five Points neighborhood. From its rich history as the jazz mecca of the west, to its current day art galleries, restaurants, bars & live music venues, there is so much city life to enjoy in this neighborhood. Five Points is an area in itself, plus it also encompasses the micro neighborhoods of Curtis Park, Ballpark & RiNo.
The neighborhood’s architecture ranges from new construction to old Victorians, Queen Anne’s, Denver Squares & bungalows. It’s an eclectic community from the types of homes, to people’s style & personalities, all age ranges & a mix of renters & owners. People who live here lead the pack as trendsetters, they don’t follow.
What used to be an unpopular area of town years ago, was re-envisioned, by redeveloping old warehouses into hip hotels, adding street art to beautify the urban edge, cherishing the character of older homes while adding modern new structures, & thus attracted those who value unique, quality & local business versus chain. Experiences here will reside at local cafes, breweries in old Denver warehouses, restaurants with world renowned chefs with a backdrop of street art, or simply walking a historic neighborhood taking in its beauty. If you want to be on the cutting edge of culture this is the neighborhood for you.