Delaware Townhomes are conveniently located in close proximity to some of Denver’s most vibrant and desirable neighborhoods. Independently-owned local restaurants, shops, distilleries and breweries, coffee shops and more are all with in steps or a short drive or bike ride.
The Overland neighborhood, where Delaware Townhomes is located, boasts Overland Golf Course, the oldest running golf course this side of the Mississippi. Just across the Platte River is Ruby Hill Park, home of Levitt Pavilion, which offers dozens of free outdoor concerts each summer. Overland is an up-and-coming Denver area, with home prices rising 30% between 2017 and 2018, a city high.
Rosedale neighborhood, just to the east of Delaware Townhomes, surrounds one of Denver’s largest urban parks, Harvard Gulch West Park, which hosts a rec center, swimming pool, athletic fields and numerous trails for walking, running and biking.
Platt Park neighborhood contains the charming and lively historic South Pearl Street, which is home to some of Denver’s oldest and most popular restaurants and boutiques. South Pearl hosts various events, from concerts and festivals to farmer’s markets and art walks.
Bordering all three neighborhoods, South Broadway offers a plethora of shopping and dining options. Antique stores, eclectic gift shops, restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and breweries line both sides of the Denver’s bustling main thoroughfare.
For a night on the town, Evans Station is just a block away, with several trains running to Lodo and beyond. The Light Rail is also your direct access to Rockies, Broncos, Avalanche and Nuggets games. I-25 and Santa Fe Drive, two of Denver’s main arteries, are both also convenient, making getting around town – or out of town – a breeze.
Metro Denver Life
U.S. News and World Report recently ranked Denver as the #2 metro area in the country based on desirability, value, job market, quality of life, and net migration. One of the fastest growing cities in the United States, it is estimated that over 20,000 people will relocate to Metro Denver in 2019.
Telecommunications and biomedical technology industries, as well as mining, construction, real estate and tourism provide Denver with a strong job market and economy. An estimated 30,000 new jobs will be available in 2019, and projected personal income is expected to rise 5.2%. Colorado is a top ten state in employment growth, and the state economy was ranked #1 by 24/7 Wall Street.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is an award-winning complex of eight theaters which offers everything from touring Broadway productions to opera to ballet to small local theater. There is also a thriving music scene, from local performance halls to arguably the world’s best outdoor venue, Red Rocks Amphitheater. The Denver Art Museum is home to extensive art collections and is visited by world-class exhibitions, while the nearby Art District on Santa Fe is the heart of Denver’s art gallery scene.
Colorado is ranked the nation’s number one state in physical activity and has the lowest obesity rate. Outdoor activity is huge; the Denver Metro area boasts over 50,000 acres of parks, trails, golf courses, and playgrounds and experiences over 300 days of sunshine each year. In addition to offering spectacular views, the nearby Rocky Mountains provide opportunities for various activities including hiking, rock-climbing, river rafting and kayaking, mountain biking, and world-class skiing and snowboarding.
There is also plenty to do in Denver that doesn’t require breaking a sweat. The food scene is booming, with over 11,000 restaurants, three quarters of which are independently owned. Craft beer is hugely popular with over 100 breweries in Metro Denver. For the sports fan, there are several major sporting venues in the city which are home to major professional U.S. sports teams:
- Denver Broncos (NFL)
- Colorado Rockies (MLB)
- Denver Nuggets (NBA)
- Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
- Colorado Rapids (MLS)
- Denver Outlaws (MLL)
- Colorado Mammoth (NLL)