Riverfront Park was a planned development initiated by the city of Denver to create an urban residential neighborhood in downtown Denver.
The neighborhood was built on former railroad land located just northwest of a walking bridge (that crosses above railroad tracks) from Downtown/Union Station/LoDo, adjacent to Commons Park, a 19-acre park to the north, which leads to another pedestrian bridge (that crosses I-25) connecting Riverfront Park to Platte St. and LoHi.
The vibe in the area feels just like a planned development in Downtown sounds.
The housing stock, all built in the early 2000s, mostly townhomes, rental apartment complexes and high-rise condo buildings – all look pretty similar and most, uniquely for Denver, have amenities like gyms, pools, staffed front desks, common areas, etc.
The sidewalks are filled with people and dogs walking to and from stores, restaurants in Downtown, LoHi and Platte St., work, sports venues (you can easily walk to Coors Field, Ball Arena and Empower Field at Mile High), the local skate park and Commons Park.
Home Prices in the Area
Average Single Family Home: No single family homes sold in Riverfront Park in 2022
Average Attached Dwelling: $956,824 in 2022
How Far is Riverfront Park From…
Denver Airport: 24 miles
Downtown Denver: .6 miles
Closest RTD Light Rail: .6 miles
Denver Tech Center: 14 miles
Riverfront Park Restaurants, Breweries & Bars
My Brother’s Bar for classic burgers in Denver’s oldest (since 1873), most laid-back bar; Denver Beer Company for great beer and dog-friendly patio vibes.
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