Welcome to Central Park
Popular community for families in Denver
Central Park, Colorado, is a popular destination for young adults who are looking for affordable yet modern neighborhoods in the Denver area. Central Park is a prime location for development and has seen recent growth as more people move into the area to seek its sizable amenities and A-rated schools. Many young families reside in the area, largely in part to its incredible educational opportunities, short commute to Denver’s best corporations and companies, and community-oriented atmosphere. The area is walkable to many fun locations, including parks, restaurants, and local shops. It is just eight miles from Downtown Denver and allows residents to reach its world-famous attractions quickly. Central Park is pedestrian friendly and boasts many public buses and commuter rails owned by the Regional Transportation District.
Houses in Central Park boast various architectural designs, including Traditional, Modern Revival, and Contemporary styles. Recent growth in the area has led to newer developments and energy-efficient constructions with modern features. Quiet, tree-lined streets cater to a suburban-esque atmosphere in the heart of an otherwise urban locale, creating a perfect blend of peaceful living and city conveniences.
What to Love
- A youthful populace
- Great place to raise a family
- Many outdoor spaces for recreation and relaxation
- Close proximity to Denver International Airport
Central Park is close to 50 parks and numerous recreational centers. Locals enjoy the Great Outdoors and spend lots of time at any of the green spaces available to them. Picnic lunches, scenic strolls, and trail running are popular pastimes for residents. Many parks are pet-friendly. You will spot families walking their dogs or playing at a local park, many of which feature dog runs or separate parks ideal for frolicking and playing fetch.
When locals aren’t spending time outside, they can often be found visiting nearby Downtown Denver and its incredible entertainment spots and trendy restaurants. Museums, theaters, art galleries, bars, and clubs are just moments away from most homes in Central Park.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Central Park residents have an array of culinary choices to choose from. Indulge in classic Southern-style fare at Four Friends Kitchen
, whose location is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, or visit HashTAG
for an impressive menu selection of breakfast classics like pancakes, bacon, eggs benedict, and more. Experience global fare at ND streetBAR
, whose location is home to a vast menu with delights like crispy Baja fish tortas, vegan cheeseburgers, Peruvian chicken bowls, Thai shrimp salad, and more. Pasta, oven-fired pizza, and more is served at Cattivella
, a popular Italian restaurant on East 29th Drive.
Things to Do
Make sure to visit Central Park, Denver's third-largest park. This beautiful park sits on 80 acres and features wide open spaces, playgrounds, and more. Hikers flock to the Nature Center Bluff Lake
for 123 acres of open spaces teeming with nature. The center’s trails provide visitors with views of Colorado’s most beautiful landscapes.