Skyland Homes for Sale
Skyland Denver Real Estate
Located east of downtown and immediately north of City Park, the Skyland neighborhood contains primarily modest, well-kept homes exhibiting a variety of architectural styles.
The diverse neighborhood is home. Martin Luther King Boulevard forms its northern border while Colorado Boulevard, providing access to Interstate 70 and the Denver International Airport, mark the eastern confine. City Park, along the neighborhood’s southern boundary, features numerous attractions, including the lake at City Park, the Denver’s Gates Planetarium and the Denver Zoo. Residents of Skyland real estate enjoy easy access to shopping and entertainment establishments along Colorado Boulevard.
The majority of homes build in the Skyland real estate area were built prior to 1939. Solid brick construction of one and two bedroom homes is the rule rather than the exceptions here. More than half the residents in this community rent their living quarters, and prices range from $600 to $2000 per month. Centrally located, Skyland real estate area finds commuters enjoying a 15-minute drive to neighboring communities and major attractions.
As Denver Colorado's population started to expand, early in the 1900s, Skyland real estate became one of the first neighborhoods to actually be called a Denver “suburb”. Tree-lined streets contain single-family homes built in the early 1900s, and some of the more historic buildings still stand. City Park, Denver's largest, is just to the south. In the summer, there's a Jazz Series in the park. The Natural History Museum and Denver Zoo are nearby too. And, because the city itself is so close, residents always have great options. Recently, it's been pegged an up-and-coming place to be, so look for signs of revival and renewal, bringing new businesses to the area.