Historic charm, a modern renaissance, and peak connectivity are all distinguishing traits of Southwest Denver. A swath of the city that encompasses many storied Denver locales, it represents a variety of living experiences from the hum of excitement around the University of Denver to the quiet of residential haven Athmar Park. Overall, it is a unique quadrant of Denver in which each neighborhood has a distinct story to tell and an exciting future ahead.
Southwest Denver stretches south of 6th Avenue and west of Colorado Boulevard. It is largely populated with single-family abodes built in the 1950s and 1960s, but there are pockets of urban living opportunities as well. While many long-time residents call Southwest Denver home, the area is also experiencing a surge of new residents seeking a peaceful suburban setting from which to enjoy Denver living. The blend of historic buildings and modern renovations and developments give the area added character and architectural variety and make it a notably growing, evolving locale.
Everyday amenities are effortlessly accessible in Southwest Denver, and local eateries abound as well. The area’s many parks make it ripe for outdoor recreation, and its convenient connectivity to the greater Denver area give it access to all that the city—and the Front Range at large—have to offer. Via both abundant public transportation and proximity to major roadways, Southwest Denver is a highly interconnected area from which residents can enjoy both the character and comfort of community living while also being embraced by the larger Denver scene.