Denver Neighborhood Videos.

Take a tour of Denver's Distinctive neighborhoods with these neighborhood videos. Our city is full of charming historic districts, a vibrant downtown, great schools, world-class arts and entertainment, professional sports, temperate weather and outstanding public amenities such as parks, recreation centers and light-rail transportation.

Need help? Download a helpful map of Denver here: Color Neighborhood Map, which illustrates major thoroughfares and neighborhood names. Trying to make sense of how Denver's streets are organized? See our Denver Street Guide.

Capitol Hill

High-rises, stately mansions and condo conversions make Capitol Hill/Speer one of the most densely populated and active neighborhoods in Denver. Bounded by Colfax, Broadway, 6th Avenue & Downing, this pedestrian-friendly neighborhood features homes at every price as well as grocery stores, restaurants, shops, coffee shops, music venues, and nine designated historic districts. Cheesman Park and Civic Center are close by, as is the gold-domed Colorado State Capitol, which gives the area its name. Search for home in Capitol Hill.

Cheesman Park

Cheesman Park attracts a diverse blend of residents, runners, dog-walkers, gay-friendly folks, apartment renters and mansion dwellers. Bounded by Josephine, Colfax, 8th Avenue and Corona, this neighborhood offers high-rise living with breathtaking views. Mature trees shade Cheesman Park's historic homes and condos, adding a sense of timelessness to the area. Coffeehouses, bars, boutiques and restaurants cater to a broad range of tastes. The Denver Botanic Gardens hosts popular summer concerts. Search for homes in Cheesman Park.

Wash Park

Washington Park is one of Denver's favorite 'hoods, owing to its tree-lined streets and the fabulous, 161-acre park from which the area gets its name. Bounded by Alameda, Buchtel, University & Downing, Wash Park attracts residents who can afford the area's ever-expanding homes. The park's lakes, rec center, gardens, playgrounds and trails exceedingly popular for all Denverites. Popular restaurants along Alameda Avenue feeds residents, and I-25 and a light-rail station connects to the city. Search for homes in Wash Park.

Berkeley

The Berkeley neighborhood, bounded by 38th Ave, I-70, Federal and Sheridan, is anchored by Tennyson Street, lined with some of Denver's most popular restaurants and galleries. Two dramatic parks with lakes provide lots of open space and greenery. Convenient access to I-70 makes for easy access to downtown or the mountains. An eclectic mix of homes, from brick bungalows to simple cottages to new townhomes, make this neighborhood come alive with more than a hint of artistic, funky character. Search for homes in Berkeley.

LoHi

LoHi, is the eastern section of popular Highland. Bordered by West 38th Ave, I-25, Zuni Street St and Speer. It’s home to young singles, urban professionals and growing families, who enjoy the quiet streets and proximity to neighborhood galleries, coffee shops and some of the city's best eateries. This emerging area is home to exciting new modern architecture, which sit along side historic Victorian homes and brownstones. The Highland pedestrian bridge connects the 'hood to downtown' action. Search for homes in LoHi.

Highland/West Highland

Highland has a rich ethnic history; the influence of Italian & Mexican immigrants can be seen in the neighborhood's businesses, shops and churches. Bounded by Sheridan, 38th Ave, Zuni, 23rd Ave & Lowell. HIghland is enjoying a resurgence, and has become one of Denver's hottest areas. New lofts and renovated bungalows attract residents & urban families who appreciate its pleasant streets, local businesses & central location. Highland Square is its epicenter, with many hip shops & restaurants. Search for homes in Highland/West Highland.