Originally called Town of Harman, Cherry Creek is one of the most desirable places to live in Denver. The name alone is synonymous with elegance and prestige and was named for the creek that it runs along.

Luxurious Custom Homes, Town Homes, stately Denver Squares, Bungalows, Condominiums and Duplexes make up the diverse array of architecture. However, the neighborhoods unique quality of being completely self-contained and the allure of its tree-lined streets is what really makes Cherry Creek such a desirable place to live.

Cherry Creek neighborhood is also home to the prestigious Cherry Creek Shopping Center AND Cherry Creek North with over 300 independent shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and spas. Nestle along side its name sake creek, the Cherry Creek Trail offers 32 miles of bike path and running trails. The neighborhood offers even more with its parks, gardens and public art just to name a few other attractive qualities.

This upscale, mix-use and self-contained neighborhood is what makes Cherry Creek a supreme and unique place to call home.

Lifestyle Highlights

Cherry Creek Restaurants – Because there are more restaurants per capita in Cherry Creek than most neighborhoods in Denver please click on ‘Cherry Creek Restaurants’ to find a comprehensive list.

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.

Cherry Creek Farmer’s Market (May – Oct, Saturday and Wednesday) – Largest and most popular farmers market in Denver featuring Colorado’s finest farmers, ranchers and growers around.

Taste of Cherry Creek – Annual food & wine event celebrating the Cherry Creek North culinary scene.

Cherry Creek Sneak – Annual spring run (1/2 mile for kids, 1.5 mile sprint, 5K, 5 mile, 10 mile) supporting the Food Bank of the Rockies.

  • Originally called Town of Harman
  • Located in the heart of Denver
  • Region’s premier shopping destination
  • Cherry Creek North
  • Cherry Creek Shopping Center
  • Gates Tennis Center
  • Denver Country Club
  • Denver Botanical Gardens
  • Congress Park
  • Cherry Creek Bike Path
  • Winter Fillmore Plaza Ice Rink
  • Denver Bike Route (D-14, D-13, D-12, Cherry Creek Trail)
  • Limited RTD bus line; on main thoroughfares only
  • Four nearby Denver B-Cycle stations
  • Driving and on-street parking
  • Speer Blvd major thoroughfare
  • Walking is recommended throughout the neighborhood

Neighborhood Boundaries

S University – Colorado Blvd

E 6th Ave – E 1st Ave

Surrounding Hoods

Country Club

Cheesman Park

Congress Park


Public Schools

Bromwell (K – 5)

Hill Middle School Campus of Arts & Science (6 – 8)

Girls Athletic Leadership School (6 – 12)

East High School (9 – 12)

South High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Parking, walkable, neighborhood shopping and restaurants, Denver bike routes, tree-lined streets, on-street parking, farmer’s market, golf-course

“This is the best neighborhood in Denver, hands down. Centrally located, great shopping, the best restaurants and everything is within easy walking distance. All year long there is something to do right here in my own neighborhood. Who could ask for anything more?”


Susan R – 13 year resident of Cherry Creek