Uptown Homes for Sale
Uptown Denver Real Estate
Uptown real estate area, Denver’s oldest neighborhood sits just east of Downtown, and offers an appealing blend of charm and modern efficiency.
Add to that an assortment of restaurants, retail, small office buildings historic mansions, entertainment venues and neighborhood gathering places, and you’ve got one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods. Bustling Colfax Ave. forms Uptown's southern boundary, while 20th street creates its northern border. Broadway and York streets form Uptown's western and eastern borders, respectively. A longtime anchor in the Uptown neighborhood has been the complex of hospitals in the neighborhood's core. St. Joseph's, The Children's Hospital, Presbyterian/St. Luke's, and Kaiser Permanente are major employers in the neighborhood, and many hospital supply, doctor's offices and related businesses are also located close by. Residents enjoy quick access to major avenues of transportation into and out of the city center.
The architectural styles and housing options in Uptown run the spectrum from Denver Squares, Victorians, apartment complexes, bungalows, Queen Anne-style houses with second-story porches, and much more. A majority of the neighborhood is single-family detached houses, with tree-lined boulevards that separate sidewalks from the street. A good deal of new construction has also taken place as lofts and condominiums make their way onto the Uptown real estate. Today’s homebuyer will find this a community in transition, as residential as well as commercial real estate undergo major improvements in almost all areas. New retail, housing and office developments are changing everything real estate in this historic and celebrated community. Lofts and newer construction in Uptown begin in the high one hundred thousands and range through to three-quarters of a million dollars
The hospitals in the Uptown real estate area employ nearly 10,000 workers. Children's Hospital has announced plans to move to the Fitzsimons area in Aurora in the next five years, along with the University of Colorado's Health Sciences Center. This will open the way to more residential space. Uptown’s southern boundary is Colfax Avenue, Denver's traditional retail and services corridor that is undergoing a noted recovery. Colfax's landscape, and the refurbished Fillmore Auditorium and Ogden Theater draw music fans for live performances. The numerous restaurants on 17th Street have resulted in a "Restaurant Row" destination.