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Noteworthy Mention of City Park Neighborhood in Denver

City Park Denver neighborhood is ideal for first-time homebuyers. With access to many of Denver’s amazing attractions, there’s never a shortage of things to do and explore.

Why Residents Love the City Park Neighborhood of Denver

When Denver was founded in 1858, it wasn’t a very large city. Three years later, there was a substantial permanent population and the State of Colorado allowed the City of Denver to acquire state land for parks. Denver’s City Park became the largest park created out of this land acquisition. City Park was modeled after New York’s Central Park and the pastoral gardens of the English countryside. The park is one of the oldest public spaces in the city, and surrounding the area lies the historic neighborhood, City Park Denver, full of homes built in the Denver Four Square style.

Denver’s City Park offers miles of biking and running paths with panoramic views of the mountains. You can picnic, play a game of tennis or soccer, and sit by a lake, all without leaving this premier regional park. Besides having access to the largest park in Denver, residents enjoy instant access to City Park Golf Course, Denver Zoo, and the Museum of Nature & Science.

City Park is an urban golfer’s delight, with the best skyline views in Denver. The 18-hole golf course is in the midst of a major renovation and will be closed until the fall of 2020. When it opens, golf enthusiasts from all around the metro area will be treated to a spectacularly new and challenging layout, complete with a sleek, new clubhouse.

The Denver Zoo is a great place to explore the wildlife and see amazing animals from all over the world. They host special events throughout the year including Boo at the Zoo, Brew at the Zoo, Zoo Lights and Do at the Zoo.

The City Park Denver neighborhood is also home to the historic Denver East High School, Denver’s first high school. Designed by Denver native George Hebard Williamson, a 1893 graduate of the “old East High,” the building received national recognition as the “new East High” and was declared a Denver Historic Landmark in 1991. The building features a 162-foot high clock tower modeled after the clock tower at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Inside that clock tower, you’ll find the school’s museum which showcases vintage uniforms, photos, artifacts, and trophies. In 2017, Architectural Digest named East High School the most beautiful public school in Colorado.

Other Highlights Include:

  • Bastien’s Restaurant | This award-winning neighborhood gem has been family-owned since 1937 and is a great alternative to expensive steakhouses around Denver. Though Bastien’s vintage neon sign is a blast from the past, the interior ambiance is romantic, with two levels for dining and enjoying a cocktail. With a passionate and informed wait staff, you’ll find just what your taste buds are craving along with the perfect pairings.
  • Q House | To get your fill of modern Asian cuisine, head to Q House. This trendy and laid back joint puts a twist on traditional Asian cuisine, while still offering authentic, hard to find dishes like Pig’s Ear Salad. Try their fried rice with smoked trout, bacon and scrambled eggs. The pork belly steamed buns are melt-in-your-mouth delicious, and you can watch the chefs create your meal from the kitchen.
  • Trattoria Stella | For a tasty brunch on the outdoor patio or a romantic Italian date night, Trattoria Stella is a lovely option. In the neighborhood since 1999, their kitchen is a scratch kitchen, and freshly made desserts by the owner’s wife are hard to resist. A customer favorite is the 32nd Street Pasta with black tiger shrimp, toasted pecans and sun-dried cranberries with spinach spaghetti and goat cheese, tossed in spicy lemon olive oil.
  • The Tattered Cover | A Denver institution and champion for the rights of readers, literacy, and free expression for over 45 years, indie bookstore the Tattered Cover offers new and carefully loved editions, as well as bargain books. Now housed in the historic Lowenstein Theatre, the business hosts over 400 live events every year.

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