A Ballpark Neighborhood

Summer is just about here! That means baseball and more baseball. If you’re a sports fan, there is no better place to live in Denver than in walking distance from Coors Field. But, if you’re in the market, what are the best neighborhoods to consider? Our 18,000 real estate experts have you covered.

 

1. Curtis Park is a short walk to the Coors Field. The neighborhood seems to be really developing quickly and focusing on adding great restaurants like Curtis Park Creamery and The Populist.

Andrea Price-Valenzuela

Price & Co.

www.pricecohomes.com

 

2. RiNO, 5 Points.

Nancy F. Sharpe

Sharpe Associates, LLC,

www.nancysharpe.com

 

3. LODO NorthEast is really picking up ground, but all of Denver and surrounding cities are hot right now!

Lenny Maiocco

RE/MAX Alliance on Walnut

www.eColoradoProperties.com

 

4. SUNNYSIDE, SUNNYSIDE and SUNNYSIDE!!!! RiNo is getting too expensive and so is the Highlands- both North and LoHi… But don’t forget about the changes coming to Globeville and Elyria! So get ready to invest there- it’s going to be a great location after the I70 and light rail changes! So, look to the future of our great city!

Marti Furay

Lucero Real Estate

www.lucerorealestate.com

 

5. Any and ALL. Lack of new/recent condo projects by developers and builders makes re-sales anywhere near downtown precious commodities.

Rick Yerman

Keller Williams Realty DTC

www.rickyerman.com

 

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