Downtown Denver Real Estate for Sale
Homes in Downtown Denver
Building a sustainable community requires an holistic approach. There is always a long history of cooperation to be found in communities that create structures and lifestyles that remain, and prosper for generations.
Downtown Denver real estate is such a community. Also refered to as the “Central Business District”, Downtown real estate is bounded by Broadway on the east and Larimer St. on the west, 20th Street and Speer Blvd, on the north and south. Here we find the footprint of the city’s skyline, and important civic and cultural centers like the Colorado Convention Center, and the Denver Performing Arts Complex. A good deal of fashionable development has taken place in Denver's most centrally located neighborhood over the past decade, as this upscale community of 3500 enjoys an active social and cultural lifestyle derived from no lack of cooperation.
Over the past 15 years Lower Downtown Denver has gotten the lion’s share of press when it came to residential growth, and the perception remained that Denver’s Central Business District had not kept pace with LODO. Perish the thought. Prospective homebuyers in the Central Downtown real estate area appreciate a wide selection of architectural styles, and structures with character rooted in a proud history. Renovated historic lofts like the Denver Dry Lofts at15th and California Street, or the Bank Lofts at17th and Stout, are two of several examples of luxury primary living spaces for residents of Downtown Denver. Old office buildings from the 1970’s and 80’s have been transformed into stylish new dwellings that speak volumes to both the new homebuyer, and the investor.
Downtown Denver real estate is made to order for residents who want no-maintenance living, and convenient access to world class arts, entertainment and cultural venues. Transportation options are numerous, as you might imagine, with RTD bus routes, light rail, the free 16th Street shuttle, compliment to its outdoor pedestrian thoroughfare, and direct access to I-25, making it easy to get around or get away. This 20-block real estate district, Downtown Denver, is filled with an energy and vitality all too becoming the financial, business, and cultural center of the Rocky Mountain West.