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Neighborhoods


LoDo
LoDo is the lower downtown area of Denver, Colorado, the oldest and original settlement of the city of Denver. It is a historic district, known for its shopping and nightlife and serves as an example.

Washington Park
Washington Park is a neighborhood and public park in Denver, Colorado.

Park Hill
Located in the northeastern quadrant of the city, it is bordered by Colorado Boulevard on the west, East Colfax Avenue on the south, Quebec Street on the east, and East 52nd Avenue on the north.

Highland
Highland is a city-center neighborhood in Denver, Colorado, located immediately northwest of the original city site, today on the west side of Interstate 25.

Golden Triangle
The Golden Triangle is a neighborhood in Denver defined in the minds of locals and visitors. It is an area of vast importance to the Denver Metropolitan Area, and to the state of Colorado with many civic and cultural institutions located in the northern part of the neighborhood in an area called the Civic Center.

Cherry Creek
Centered by the fashionable Cherry Creek mall and surrounded by nearby luxury housing, the upscale Cherry Creek neighborhood is a thriving, self-contained oasis for residents.

Hilltop
Hilltop is a neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. According to the Piton Foundation, in 2007, the population of the neighborhood was 8,623; in 2000, the average household income was $117,835, and there were 3,724 housing units.

City Park
City Park is an urban park and neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. The park is 330 acres (1.3 km2) and is located in east-central Denver.

Congress Park
Congress Park is a park and neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. In 2007, the neighborhood had 11,247 residents and 6,388 housing units.

Cheesman Park
Cheesman Park is located near central Denver. The park has inexact borders, but is located in center of the neighborhood between Humboldt and Race streets with part of its eastern border Denver Botanider Denver Botanic Gardens and its southern border 8th Avenue.