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Curtis Park

DENVER’S FIRST AND MOST HISTORIC NEIGHBORHOOD.

The Curtis Park Neighborhood

A VIBRANT
HISTORY AND A BRIGHT FUTURE

Curtis Park is Denver’s first and most historic neighborhood featuring a diverse range of cultural and architectural influences.

In 1975, Curtis Park was awarded a district designation on the National Register of Historic Places for its significant contribution to the heritage of the State of Colorado.

1870

Established

91

Walk Score

98

Bike Score

1

Mile from Downtown

Celebrating a vast cross-cultural heritage

CULTURE AND CHARACTER

Classic meets modern, making beautiful neighbors

ARCHITECTURALLY DIVERSE

Mestizo-Curtis Park, Denver’s first park, boasts more than 350,000 square feet of park space featuring a pool, tennis and basketball courts, a Fitness Zone® exercise area, and a custom-designed playground.

AMAZING PARK SPACE

Several RTD transit stations are only a short walk from the residences.

NEARBY PUBLIC TRANSIT

It’s only a short stroll to exceptional cultural amenities throughout Curtis Park, Five Points, and RiNo, including more than 20 restaurants, 11 galleries, 10 boutiques, 7 breweries, 10 coffee shops, 5 music venues, and 1 hotel.

COUNTLESS CULTURAL AMENITIES

More than 10 educational institutions, including K-8, high school, and creative trades, are located nearby.

PROXIMAL TO SCHOOLS

Less than one mile from downtown Denver, the Curtis Park Residences boast a walk score of 91 and a bike score of 98.

WALKABLE AND BIKEABLE