Platt Park was originally established in 1886 as part of the incorporated town of South Denver which was formed to limit the number of bars and roadhouses that where encroaching upon the area directly from Downtown.

Today, gorgeous trees (some over 100 years old) line the neighborhood streets and the Victorian, Bungalow, Tudor and Denver Square architecture make this one of the most charming areas in Denver. These beautiful old homes with great character are certainly a draw for restoration.

Platt Park is a model for all-inclusive living, attracting younger and older families that make up a community of residential and commercial living.

Lifestyle Highlights

Old S Pearl St – One of Denver’s most historic and popular shopping districts. In addition, there are music festivals, farmer’s market, First Friday art walk and WinterFest.

Sushi Den – Since 1985 Toshi Kizaki has set the highest standards for quality sushi. Multiple award-winning recipient, this restaurant is one of the best in Denver.

Herman’s Hideaway – Open Wednesday – Saturday, this music venue has been rockin’ Denver for over 30 years! A great way to see upcoming bands and blow off steam.

Wash Park – For picnics, athletic activities, boating or enjoying the flower garden.

  • Charming structures and quiet streets
  • Mix-use community
  • Walk to all shops and restaurants
  • Light-Rail connects to almost any part of town
  • Old S Pearl St (Commercial District)
  • Wash Park
  • Platt Park
  • Decker Branch Library
  • Platt Park Recreation Center
  • Overland Golf Course
  • Denver Bike Route (D-18, D-11, D-9)
  • Limited RTD bus line; on main thoroughfares only
  • Driving and on-street parking
  • Light-Rail access at Louisiana Station
  • Five nearby Denver B-Cycle stations
  • Walking is recommended for neighborhood and commercial district

Neighborhood Boundaries

S Broadway – S Downing St

I-25 – E Evans Ave

Surrounding Hoods

Wash Park




Public Schools

McKinley Thatcher Elementary (ECE – 5)

Asbury Elementary (ECE – 5)

Grant Beacon Middle School (6 – 8)

South High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

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

“I just accepted a job in Denver and randomly found the Platt Park neighborhood. I feel like I won the lottery! The neighborhood is amazing with beautiful homes and a family feel with the luxury of walking everywhere. I’m one block from S Pearl St where all the action is. I never want to leave!


Missy L 6 month resident of Platt Park