Cozy · Welcoming · Private · Historic
Looking for a way to carve out a community in this big city? Look no further than Platt Park, Denver. This quaint, historic neighborhood feels more like a small town than an urban district. It has summertime farmers’ markets, artisan boutiques, and a charming main drag— Old South Pearl Street. Trolley tracks from days gone by peek their way through the asphalt, and homes are mostly quiet bungalows.
This gorgeous, welcoming neighborhood bridges the gap between historical and modern. It has a private feel yet maintains the convenience of city life. The eccentricity of this area’s boutiques and restaurants is unlike any other neighborhood in Denver. Lively antique shops line the main streets and provide off-beat options for gifts and interior decor. You can’t miss its namesake green space that is one of Denver's best places to explore during a sunny day in the Mile High City.