Bordered by Broadway on the west and University Boulevard to the east, and Alameda Avenue south to Evans Avenue, this popular neighborhood surrounds the beautiful and accessible Washington Park.
The neighborhood began to develop in the 1860s around a buffalo wallow that later became Smith Lake in today’s park.The neighborhood evolved into South Denver in 1886. The neighborhood is made up of historic Victorian architecture and classic bungalows, most of them built from 1900 to 1940, set back from tree-lined streets.
Today, ‘Wash” park provides popular recreational activities year-round, and the neighborhood is abuzz with a wide variety of restaurants, coffee houses, and shops. The property development can be seen on every block from pop-tops to full scrapes and everything in between. I heard, a singer from The Fray lives on the park. Complete with two lakes and countless gardens, walk, run, bike or just smile and drive by, Wash Park is a Local and relocation destination for events all year long.
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