The southeastern area of Denver, Observatory Park - also referred to as University Park – houses a wide range of folks, from longtime owners of ranch homes to modern Victorians and English Tudors. The neighborhood is primarily made up of single-family homes, with very few apartments or townhomes scattered throughout the area. As the neighborhood has recently and continues to be revitalized with new homes, renovations, and remodels, those already living in this area are majorly benefitting from the increase in interest.
Filled with trees bringing shade, comfort, and clean air, the streets of Observatory Park, Denver are wide, walkable, and inviting. The neighborhood is situated south of Evans, between University Blvd and Colorado, just north of Yale Ave. The area is fairly calm and quiet – ideal for many different types of people. As the neighborhood provides a relaxing home base, the light rail nearby and access to great amenities within walking distance make the neighborhood ideal for homebodies and socialites alike.
University Blvd hosts a number of opportunities for entertainment and convenience, with the Newman Center for the Performing Arts as well as grocery stores, gyms, shops, and parks. Observatory Park itself provides fantastic opportunities to get outdoors with options for sporting like rugby, baseball, tennis, baseball, and of course – playgrounds for the little ones. Another option for a nearby park is Robert H. McWilliams Park – a simple, quiet park with picnic space and recreation alike.
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