Mariette Moore is a stylish, sophisticated and always smiling resident of Denver! After years of living in New York, Mariette and her husband, Nick, relocated to Denver for a change of pace and a change of scenery. However, her sense of style and appreciation for culture followed her to the city and led her to Denver’s Riverfront Park Neighborhood. Here is what Mariette has to say about living in this vibrant and engaging neighborhood.
What neighborhood do you live in?
What is your profession?
I am an Advertising Director for an art and culture media company.
What aspects of your neighborhood’s culture or pulse best fit your personality?
This might be too easy to admit, but I like to be the center of attention (sometimes!) and Riverfront Park is the flashiest neighborhood in the city to me. The neighborhood encompasses everything about Denver that I and so many others love – close proximity to restaurants sourcing local ingredients (breakfast, lunch and dinner!), walking distance to all of Denver’s beloved sports team venues (Coors Field, Pepsi Center, Sports Authority), the hub of transportation AND the trendy spot that is Union Station. Of course Confluence Park, the green space so many of us utilize daily, is a huge amenity and a rare treat to have in the middle of a bustling city.
If you could describe your neighborhood using one adjective, what would it be?
What is your favorite restaurant or shop in your neighborhood?
St. Ellie – it combines the elegance and impeccable service of upstairs neighbor Colt & Gray with the cool vibe of a private cocktail club that all of Denver seems to be craving from its rich history of booze lovers!
Want to know more about the happenings in Riverfront? Reach out to Ryan, a Realtor with Live Urban Real Estate, with all your questions!