The most compelling aspects of Krisana Park has to be its homes. The neighborhood was inspired by renowned developer and architect Joseph Eichler who is famed for introducing Mid-century modern California contemporary architecture. In 1954, Denver developer H.B. Wolff put into action a 175 home neighborhood inspired by Eichler’s architecture. Wolff claimed Krisana Park would be Denver’s first properly planned subdivision due to the cohesive relationship between designer, builder and landscape architect team.

Krisana Park is nationally recognized as an architectural gem and has been featured on many television design shows. There are even house tours everyday of the week to show off the uniqueness of the neighborhood. In addition, nestled quietly between Cherry Creek, DTC and Downtown, residents can experience the best of Denver.

Lifestyle Highlights

Sojourners Coffee & Tea-   A true neighborhood coffee spot that knows what their doing with coffee drinks. Ask anyone who lives in the ‘hood and they’ll rave how lucky they are to have a special place like this.

Sampson Bicycle- For the serious cyclist, this small manufacturer of bike frames, components and accessories was founded by Eric Sampson, former professional ski racer-turned cycling enthusiast.

City of Potenza Park- Named after its sister city in Italy, this charming little park has a playground, plenty of grass and a paved loop for the foot and peddle travelers.

Ash Grove Park- Get your hoop on and play a little footie in this neighborhood park.

Garland Park- The largest in the Krisana Park neighborhood, Garland offers multiple diamonds for softball, soccer fields, beach volleyball courts, tennis, basketball, Lollipop Lake and much, much more.

  • Highest concentration of Mid-century modern homes in Denver
  • Small, quaint neighborhood
  • Beautiful, curved, tree-lined streets
  • Garland Park
  • City of Potenza Park
  • Cherry Creek Trail
  • Ash Grove Park
  • Denver Bike Route (D-18, D-17, D-15, Cherry Creek Trail)
  • Very limited RTD bus line; on main thoroughfares only
  • Driving and on-street parking
  • Cherry Creek Bike Path
  • Close to Monaco Pkwy and Colorado Blvd major thoroughfare
  • Walk to nearby parks

Neighborhood Boundaries

E Mississippi Ave – Florida Ave

Dalia St – Holly St

Surrounding Hoods




Public Schools

Ellis Elementary (ECE – 5)

Merrill Middle School (6 – 8)

George Washington High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

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

“This neighborhood is one of the most unique neighborhoods I’ve ever lived. I had no idea how many Mid-century homes there were in the neighborhood until I walked around. I have been here two years and still haven’t seen them all. I’m proud to own a home in such a cool neighborhood.


Brian J2 year resident of Krisana Park