Referred to as East Denver, Park Hill is divided into three distinct areas, Park Hill North, South and Northeast and is one of the most diverse, popular and sought after neighborhoods in Denver. Just 10 minutes to Downtown and Cherry Creek, Park Hill is an ideal location for those desiring a serene atmosphere with the proximity to urban activity.

Original growth and planning contributed to the most extravagant boulevards and parkways in the entire city. The two most notable thoroughfares, 17th Ave Parkway and Montview Boulevard, are lined with grandiose mansions of Dutch Colonial, Victorian and Mediterranean architecture. Stately, well kept properties, lush medians and majestic tree-line streets exaggerate everything in sight.

SOUTH PARK HILL boarders historic Colfax Ave where shopping is plentiful and there is and abundance of great restaurants and entertainment.

NORTH PARK HILL includes the noteworthy shopping block of 23rd and Kearney offering everything from a wine store and coffee shop to one of Denver’s best restaurants, Tables. 23rd and Dexter also covers your neighborhood needs with renowned Cherry Tomato Restaurant, a bookstore, flower shop, cleaners, dog grooming and Spinelli’s Market.

NORTHEAST PARK HILL is predominately industrial north of 38th Ave and has direct access to I – 70.

Lifestyle Highlights

City Park Jazz (Summer months only) – This summer concert series is a Denver tradition and has been running for over 130 years.

Mod-Livin’ –  Mid-Century furniture.

Tables Restaurant – Husband and wife team Amy Vitale and Dustin Barrett transformed the neighborhood storefront to a cozy and delicious restaurant.

Moss Pink Flora and Botanicals – Owner-operator Jil Schlisner not only lives in the neighborhood but has been running her business here for 6 successful years.

Spinellli’s Market – Legit Italian market with some of the most fierce deli sandwiches in the city!

  • The best City and mountain views
  • More parks than you can ever need
  • Voted ‘Top 10 great neighborhoods in America’ by APA
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science
  • Denver IMAX Theater
  • City Park Golf Course (18 hole)
  • Park Hill Golf Club (18 hole)
  • City Park
  • Denver Bike Routes (D-18, D-17, D-15, D-8, D-6)
  • Driving and plenty of on-street parking
  • Limit RTD bus lines; on main thoroughfares only
  • Some easy walking to close shopping blocks but limited walking elsewhere

Neighborhood Boundaries

Colorado – Quebec

Colfax – 52nd Ave

Surrounding Hoods

City Park

Skyland

East Colfax

Stapleton

Public Schools

Park Hill Elementary (ECE – 5)

Smith Renaissance School of the Arts (ECE – 5)

Hallett Fundamental Academy (ECE – 5)

Odyssey Charter Elementary (ECE – 5)

Smiley Middle School (6 – 8)

Venture Prep High School (9 – 12)

Denver School Of The Arts (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Parks, Denver bike routes, tree-lined streets, golf course, schools, on-street parking.

“I love the old, established feeling of my neighborhood. In the years I’ve lived here the neighborhood community has become increasingly closer with more home owners moving in and neighbors helping each other. The proximity to the highway, airport, Downtown and any shopping needs I have is what makes Park Hill the place I want to be.

 

Vincent H7 year resident of Park Hill South