Baker Neighborhood Highlights

Baker was designated a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 and became a historic district in Denver 2000. Baker boasts the largest number of Queen Anne homes in Denver and continues to attract residents who love the historic homes, charm and urban location.

Baker has experienced a fresh makeover with new developments in recent years. South Broadway Street, in particular, is now home to some of the best restaurants and bars in Denver. It rivals downtown for weekend happy hour and bar spots.

With large stocks of 19th and early 20th century buildings, the Baker neighborhood architecture is  a mix of Victorian homes, trendy bungalows and newer condos.

South Broadway is easy walking distance and is full of boutique shops, restaurants and entertainment, anchoring a character-rich neighborhood with many historic homes, parks and old-growth tree lined streets.

Lifestyle Highlights

Neighborhood Boundaries

6th Ave.    Broadway
I-25 – E Alameda Ave

Surrounding Hoods'

Five Points

Public Schools

Wash Park West
Lincoln Park
Capitol Hill

Defining Qualities

Designated as a historic district, Walkable to the eats, treats and entertainment on South Broadway, Centrally located with easy access to Wash Park, Cherry Creek, I-25, and downtown

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