Homes for sale in Baker are in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver, having been plotted and developed in the 1870s. Baker has a stable housing market, many amenities, a high income per capita, and is home to professionals, young families, artists, and singles.
Baker has a combination of preserved historic Victorian homes, funky bungalows, remodeled duplexes, and condo complexes. The median home value is 7.4% greater than the average in Denver and 11.8% greater than the average in Colorado.
Bounded by Broadway, 6th Avenue, Mississippi, and the South Platte River in the core of Denver, Baker is a vibrant neighborhood with a diverse urban population, is close to Broadway – Denver’s Main Street – with its diverse shopping, casual and fine dining and entertainment, and has access to mass transit.
This local historic landmark is located in the center of Denver at 110 Broadway between First and Second Avenues among restaurants, art galleries, and vintage clothing stores. Originally constructed in 1930 and currently operated by Landmark since 1986 when it was restored for close to $2 million, it remains one of three theaters in the nation having the unique Art Deco Mayan Revival style.
The theater features Denver’s finest in foreign language and independent film cinema with its three screens with DLP Digital Projection and Sound, in one large auditorium plus two upstairs theaters as well as an upstairs café.
It has won a variety of awards such as:
- Best Movie Theatre Programming (2014, 2013, 2004 Reader’s Choice) – Westword
Best Movie Theatre Food/Drink (2012 Reader’s Choice, 2004) – Westword
OUTstanding Movie Theatre (2011 and 2010 Reader’s Choice) – Out Front Colorado
Readers’ Choice (2010 “Top of the Town – Denver’s Best Stuff!”) – 5280 Magazine
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