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Riverfront Park Denver Neighborhood Guide

Green · Central · Riverfront · Chic · Lively · Dense


Riverfront Park Denver is arguably one of the most attractive central neighborhoods and has recently been getting the attention it deserves. With the South Platte River right in its backyard and effortless access to urban conveniences, this neighborhood is a true local treasure.


Riverfront Park is situated between LoDo, RiNo, and LoHi, which are considered three of Denver’s trendiest neighborhoods. You’ll get the best of all three neighborhoods here. Walk across the Platte River to enjoy the fresh and innovative dining scene of the Lower Highlands.


Or, walk towards Union Station for LoDo’s chic and upscale cocktail bars. With mostly mid-rise condos, Riverfront Park provides a residential contrast to the highrises of LoDo and the CBD.


This neighborhood is mainly centered around the South Platte River and its surrounding green space. Although this collection of parks is the main attraction, plenty of hotels, restaurants, and coffee shops are sprinkled along the tree-lined streets. This area commonly hosts people who are visiting the Mile High City before relocating— so it’s a great place to meet new people!


It isn’t hard to see why Riverfront Park Denver is considered a ‘hidden gem’ to locals. Not many downtown neighborhoods boast this much greenspace, scenic paths along the river, and a variety of housing options.

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