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slide-NEW-Denver-rooftopHomes for sale in Curtis Park are in a booming and historic neighborhood that sits on the edge of LoDo. This area has become increasingly popular in recent years. Lofts, condos, and renovated classic homes have been making Curtis Park one of the new “it” places to live in Denver – even though it’s really the one of the oldest residential parts of the city! Created in 1868, Denver.org calls Mestizo-Curtis Park, which is the heart of Curtis Park, “Denver’s oldest park.” The site also calls the park “A gateway to the City” and explains, “Mestizo, meaning a mix of cultures …was added to the name in 1987 to reflect the diversity of the community.” With convenient access to the light rail, residents here can easily take a quick trip downtown to enjoy the benefits of the city, and then return to their quiet neighborhood.

Curtis Park offers a variety of top local restaurants, cafes, and retailers. This diverse neighborhood is considered to be the first suburb of Denver. It is a mix of standalone homes, condos, and converted lofts sets it apart from most areas of Denver.

Annual events in the area  include the Five Points Jazz Festival in late Spring as well as small walking parks throughout the neighborhood. Additionally, Curtis Park offers easy access to City Park and all of the outside activities there including golf and the Denver Zoo.

Living in Curtis Park lets you enjoy the beauty of being downtown, without the hustle and bustle of being downtown. New construction fits uniquely alongside historical early 20th Century homes. Being close to Coors Field and Larimer Square, residents can walk down to enjoy the night life and all of the restaurants and events in Denver.