Like many other areas in Denver, Byers neighborhood established its name by honoring the closing of the William Byers School. Considered part of the West Wash Park neighborhood, Byers, like other subdivided neighborhood, has its own charm and character.

Architecture in this area doesn’t deviate much from surrounding areas like Wash Park, Congress Park and Cheesman Park with eclectic mixes of Bungalows, duplexes, Victorians and an increase of high rise apartments to the north of the neighborhood.

The latest architectural endeavor is Byers Place, located on the former Byers Middle School grounds. Sponsored by Denver City and West Wash Park Neighborhood Association, this project is said to be the thoughtful development of an “urban village’ with premier living.

Predominately residential, Byers neighborhood does share retail and commercial space within walking distance on the Broadway corridor. Fantastic restaurants, shops, retail space and the historical Mayan Theater are a major draw for residents.

Lifestyle Highlights

Historic Alamo Placita Park – Featuring to formal Flower Gardens and rated one of Denver’s premier parks.

Byers Place Denver- Coming soon! The premise behind such a community starts with smart design and meaningful architecture.

Carmine’s On Penn– A Denver staple since 1994. Although ownership changed hands in 2005, Carmine’s (as it’s known) idea of traditional Italian preparation and love goes into every dish.

Cherry Creek North – Premier neighborhood destination for shopping, spas, restaurants, art galleries and boutiques stores.

Cherry Creek Art Festival (4th of July weekend) – Since 1991 this three day event draws hundreds of artists from around the world and has received multiple awards and national acclaim making it Colorado’s signature cultural event.

  • Byers Place Urban Residences
  • Considered a sub-neighborhood of West Wash Park
  • Centrally located neighborhood in Denver
  • Historic Alamo Placita Park and Flower Garden
  • Cherry Creek Bike Path
  • West Wash Park Community Gardens
  • Denver Country Club
  • Arlington Park
  • Denver Bike Route (D-14, D-11, D-9, Cherry Creek Trail)
  • Limited RTD bus line; on main thoroughfares only
  • Speer Blvd major thoroughfare
  • Driving and on-street parking
  • Cherry Creek Bike Path

Neighborhood Boundaries

Speer Blvd – E Alameda

Lincoln St – S Downing St

Surrounding Hoods

Alamo Placita

Country Club

West Wash Park

Baker

Public Schools

Steele Elementary (ECE – 5)

Lincoln Elementary (ECE – 5)

Denver Center For International Studies Middle School (6 – 8)

Denver Center For International Studies High School (9 – 12)

South High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Parking, Denver bike routes, tree-lined streets, on-street parking.

“Being able to walk to nearby restaurants and shops was very important to me when I was looking for a new neighborhood to live. I love walking the neighborhood and how well everybody gets along.”

 

Mary C – 6 year resident of Byers