Original development of Hilltop had much to do more with water and transportation than anything else. The City Lateral Canal, branching off the Highline Canal, established a secure water source for the area and the street car line secured transportation. Development of Hilltop soon followed.

Not only is ‘Hill’ top one of the highest points in Denver but it’s also considered one of the wealthiest and most sought after neighborhoods. Large lots and abundant tree-lined streets accentuate the beautiful Tudor, Georgians and two-story Colonials. New build has come and you can clearly identify the luxurious Custom homes and with large lots that dot the neighborhood.

Securing the neighborhood is the 23 acre Cranmer Park. With sweeping views of the skyline and Front Ranch, Cranmer is well know for the large stone sundial installation on the West side of the park.

Although just a one square mile and often times lumped in as part of the Crestmoor neighborhood, Hilltop has its own distinction and characteristic that makes it such a desirable place to call home.

Lifestyle Highlights

Crestmoor Community Association- Community swim, tennis and social club.

Crestmoor Park- Beautiful and well maintained Crestmoor Park features four soccer fields, three softball fields, tennis courts, picnic area and playground.

Lowry- Located on the former Lowry Air Force Base, Lowry is a neighborhood with a unique mix of cultural, education, recreation and sustainability with over 800 acres of open space, great restaurants and a town center.

3rd & Holly- Small retail shopping corner in the heart of the neighborhood. Whatever your needs from salon and spa, dry cleaners and gym to the neighborhood gem of a restaurant Locanda Del Borgo, this little retail area has it.

Denver Tennis Club- Formed in 1928, DTC is Denver’s oldest and premier tennis clubs.

Cranmer Park- One of Denver’s best parks for views of the city and Front Range. The 23 acre park is the anchor of the Hilltop neighborhood and is unique with its stone sundial installation.

  • Plethora of neighborhood parks
  • Gorgeous Front Range views
  • Small community
  • Crestmoor Park
  • Cranmer Park
  • Lowry
  • Burns Park
  • Denver Bike Route (D-19, D-15, D-14,D-12)
  • One nearby Denver B-Cycle Station
  • Limited RTD bus line; on main thoroughfares only
  • Driving and on-street parking
  • Close to Monaco Pkwy major thoroughfare
  • Walk to nearby neighborhood parks

Neighborhood Boundaries

E 8th Ave – E Alameda Ave

S Colorado Blvd – S Holly St

Surrounding Hoods



Cherry Creek


Public Schools

Carson Elementary (ECE – 8)

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

George Washington High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Parking, neighborhood shopping and restaurants, Denver bike routes, Denver B-Cycle Station, tree-lined streets, on-street parking

“This is the best neighborhood in Denver if you ask me. Because its a small neighborhood the community is really close and we watch out for each other. Most of my friends are neighbors we met at family outings and other community events functions.”


Ted B – 10 year resident of Hilltop