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Park Hill

Noteworthy Mention of the Park Hill Neighborhood

Park Hill neighborhood is located five miles east of downtown in the northeastern quadrant of the city, and is one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, offering a wide variety of architectural styles and homes that range from small bungalows to brick mansions. Park Hill’s residents enjoy numerous retail and restaurant gems located in hidden pockets of the five square mile neighborhood. This neighborhood’s history and diversity over the decades continues to attract new residents with its combination of lush landscaping, scenery, restaurants/bars and proximity to City Park and downtown.

Architecture and Homes

Park Hill consistently ranks in the top five of the best neighborhoods in Denver. Its elevated ranking is a result of ease in commuting, being family friendly yet diverse, offering nearby recreation and fitness opportunities, safety, nightlife and nearby restaurants, bars, coffee shops and parks. Park Hill also features some of Denver’s most distinguished architectural features. The thriving neighborhood has everything from magnificent historical homes of unique design to large Tudor and Denver Square houses, Victorians and sturdy brick bungalows. Wide tree-lined streets and parkways, quaint retail shops and exquisite restaurants give Park Hill a true neighborhood feel

The neighborhood has an eclectic mix of residents, from young business people to retirees to young families with children. There are approximately 9,500 people living in this community and over 80 percent own their own homes. Park Hill residents would say the area exudes a vibrancy and friendly atmosphere, thus creating a true sense of community. Park Hill offers easy access to I-70, and the RTD light rail (on the north end) and bus routes to make getting around the city a breeze.

Restaurants and Culture

From its southern border that parallels Colfax to the quaint Kearney Street business district, Park Hill offers an eclectic mix of restaurants bound to satiate your hunger. Representing a microcosm of its ethnic diversity, Park Hill restaurants include everything from soul food to Ethiopian fare to pizza and burgers.

Highlights include:

  • Station 26 | “Whether people walk or arrive by car or bike, this microbrewery is ready to serve up your favorite adult beverage. There is a big sunny patio and small side yard for families with little ones.”
  • Blazing Chicken Shack | “As the owners say, ‘Once you walk in the door, you’re family.’ This is comfort food haven, heavy on soul food and Mississippi influence. Owners Leola Gant, Rhonda Banks and Gail & Roy Moore serve up delicious chicken wings, catfish, shrimp, oxtail, pork chops, gizzards and fried pig ear sandwiches that will keep you coming back for more.”
  • Esters at Oneida Park | “Esters focuses on serving the families, friends, sports fans, professionals and entrepreneurs of the community. Bringing quality interpretations of artisanal pizza, classic dishes and American pub food to Park Hill, they also feature 20+ rotating craft beer taps, most of which are from Colorado.”

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