This up-and-coming neighborhood is on track to become one of Denver's hottest areas.
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Jefferson Park Denver is gaining attention after years of being overshadowed by its bordering neighborhood Lower Highlands (or LoHi for short). Locals and tourists alike are flocking to this neighborhood as new eateries, cocktail lounges, and residential buildings are being built.
The Jefferson Park neighborhood is still transforming and molding into its own character as more people and businesses move to this area. With a number of new developments popping up in the last few years, this neighborhood is quickly becoming a trendy spot to eat, drink, and play. You can find locals enjoying the local breweries and coffee shops that are sprinkled throughout the tree-lined streets.
Residents love to jog and picnic in the area’s namesake greenspace, Jefferson Park. With the ultra-chic LoHi on one side and the recreational oasis of Sloan’s Lake on the other, there’s never a shortage of things to do in this neighborhood.
Jefferson Park has gained interest recently for its proximity to downtown Denver and small-town welcoming feel. This area's charm and location attract renters who want to live near urban conveniences without the associated price tag. As this area continues to gain even more popularity, Jefferson Park will see a rise in dining, drinking, and shopping options— as well as the cost of living.
Even though Jefferson Park is in a transformative stage, new renters and longtime residents join in fostering a welcoming spirit that invites all walks of life to experience its new eateries and watering holes. You’ll find residents uniting over their shared interest in international cuisines and crafty cocktails here. Locals stay active on the trails of Jefferson Park and spend afternoons walking their dogs on the tree-lined streets. This neighborhood’s vibe will continue to be sculpted as more people and businesses move here.
Residents flock to support the local businesses that are sprinkled throughout this neighborhood. Sip on craft beer while overlooking Denver’s striking skyline at Briar Common Brewery + Eatery. Then, head over to Sarto’s to experience authentic Northern Italian cuisine fresh out of their wood-stone oven.
Bike or walk through Gates Crescent Park while catching views of the South Platte River. Finally, the Downtown Aquarium is a must-visit, with over 500 species of fish and state-of-the-art dining.
Bring your car! You’ll find ample street parking here, as well as parking garages for larger residential buildings. As far as price point and proximity to downtown, Jefferson Park is most similar to City Park West. While this neighborhood is filled with eating and drinking options, shopping spots are few and far between. Expect rent prices to increase as new housing and office space are built in this up-and-coming neighborhood.