Denver for the Holidays

1578 N. Emerson Street

1900’s Denver brownstone with over 2000 sf offers an open main living area with original details. The fully restored wood windows, banister details, original hardwoods and tall ceilings capture the history and charm that Denver has to offer. The large windows and skylight shower the home with natural light. Enjoy quiet, as the walls are brick and very thick. The basement has a second entrance, so you can use it as a den or as a rental or mother-in-law suite. The neighbors are a delight and are passionate about community! Enjoy all that Denver and Uptown have to offer, with access to theaters, museums, shopping and dining! Downtown Denver is less than 5 minutes away- so you’ll never miss a beat.

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Denver Neighborhoods – Golden Triangle

Denver Neighborhoods – Golden Triangle 

The Golden Triangle is still undergoing many transformations. Denver’s Justice Center opened in late 2010. The Colorado State Judiciary building and the Colorado State History Museum opened in 2011. The Denver Art Museum’s new wing was completed in Fall of 2006, further developing the neighborhood’s art scene, which includes various art galleries such as the Clifford Still Museum and the Curious Theater Company. Even Denver’s prominent Evan & Byers Families who lived in the historical home now Museum. Not to mention the Denver Public Library is nestled in this neighborhood. The neighborhood is bustling with vibrant and various businesses.





The Golden Triangle is one of the older neighborhoods in Denver, with many single family Victorian homes and bungalows built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Between 1904 and 1919, Denver Mayor Robert Speer Completed his ambitious plan for the Civic Center area, addition many civic institutions and a neoclassic park to the north of the neighborhood. He placed a leafy concrete urban canyon around Cherry Creek, creating Speer Boulevard, the neighborhood’s western and southern border. After World War II, the golden Triangle bcame a business support area for the central business district. New condominium and loft developments came into the neighborhood, and many of the old supply stores and garages were transformed into restaurants, art galleries and small offices.

Golden Triangle   Google Maps


More Information:

Near-by Parks: Sunken Gardens Park and Civic Center Park

8 Minutes to DownTown

8 Minutes to Shopping 16th Street Mall

10 Minutes to I-25

Closest Grocery Store is Tony’s Market

Walk Score: 91

Bike Score: 96

Cole Postal Zip Code: 80204




Denver Neighborhoods – Five Points

Denver Neighborhoods – Five Points

The Five Points neighborhood is named because it is located at the point where the diagonal grid of downtown Denver meets East Denver’s rectangular grid, creating a five way intersection where Washington Street, 26th Street and Welton Avenue meet. The neighborhood lies within the east side of Denver.  Five Points is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver. Much of the neighborhood’s growth occurred during the 1860’s and there are many interesting, historic properties still standing within the area. The light rail and proximity of the neighborhood to downtown Denver have attracted many new folks into the neighborhood.


Credit; Westword

Credit; Westword

The history of the neighborhood and its African-American heritage can be explored in the Black American West Museum,  Styles African American American Heritage Center and Heritage Center, which is located within Five Points. The Five Points neighborhood is today a far more diverse community than ever. It attracts people from all over Denver. Both the Five Points Jazz Fest and Juneteenth is still held in the neighborhood every year and have become a major attraction. This festival celebrates the abolition of slavery.

Five Points

Five Points

More Information:

Near-by Parks:  Lawson Park, Benedict Park and Fuller Park

5 Minutes to DownTown

5 Minutes to Shopping 16th Street Mall

10 Minutes to I-25

Closest Grocery Store is Safeway

Walk Score: 85

Bike Score: 94

Cole Postal Zip Code: 80205


Eat Denver

Eat Denver – 2015

Denver, this little big city is proud to host culture, activities and food. Rather than trying to plan a night out at some of Denver’s top eat spots why not let them come to you!

Spend one night with Eat Denver and go to the Big Eat! 

A night filled with over 40 local Denver Restaurants, top mixologists and favorite local brewer’s.

$55 for a ticket an event to not miss if you enjoy the Denver food scene!



For more information or tickets check out the WEBSITE!



Keys to the City – Denver

Keys to the City – Denver

If you have ever been downtown during the months of July and up to September, you will notice that dotted on and around 16th street there are brightly painted pianos.

Artist: Naomi Haverland 2012

Artist: Naomi Haverland 2012

For those who don’t know, back in 2009, 7 brightly painted piano showed up on the 16th St Mall. And have now returned every year after, all get a paint face lift and are brought to life by passer-by’s. Fast forward to 2015, there are a collection of 10 pianos that savor the Denver summer.

There have been times where I will be walking the mall and you hear a beautiful tune. You stop to listen, and before you know it other folks with instruments are joining in the outside impromptu jam. If you haven’t seen it, played one or just appreciated the art. It is a must do in Denver.

If you have been do you have any favorite Keys to the City moment?

Denver – Movie in the Park

Looking for something to do? How about Denver Movie in the Park!

Denver has parks around town that play movies for all to come and watch. Think Movie on the Rock (Red Rocks), but local parks around Denver.

At Skyline Park  for the month of July there two movies being played:

July 11th – Hancock

July 18th – Big Hero 6

movie at skyline park





For a full movie list, location and times visit their website!


Change for change!


In a new movement by the city of Denver, change collectors were installed at DIA airport in 2013. In the 2 years that the change collectors were installed, $170,000 were collected for Denver’s Road Home.  In the first year alone travelers emptied $82,000 into the receptacles, and in the second year $88,000 were collected.  The organization, Denver Road Home, is the cites campaign to aid the homeless in Denver. The program is its 10th year of assisting homeless with employment, mental health and substance abuse treatment and housing.  Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said in a statement “By donating to Denver’s Road Home through the DIA receptacles, the city and our community partners are able to provide needed services such as job training, sheltering, mental health and substance abuse treatment as well as other supportive services to help the homeless get back on their feet,”.

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