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Central Park, Denver, CO

In 1998, the city of Denver entrusted Forest City (now Brookfield Properties) with the role of master developer for Central Park. This began an ambitious redevelopment project to transform the former Stapleton International Airport site into a thriving community. Then, in May 2001, the progressive urban regeneration commenced, starting an exciting journey towards creating mixed-use districts interconnected by expansive green spaces and transportation enhancements.

Central Park comprises distinct neighborhoods with housing options ranging from single-family dwellings, condominiums, live-work townhouses, duplexes, and high-density apartments. These residences are beautifully designed and energy-efficient, reflecting the commitment of Central Park’s reputable builders to quality craftsmanship. Learn more about the communities that make up this development and discover the convenient and fulfilling lifestyle they offer.

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From $255,000 to $2.1 million

This community is against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. Here, you enjoy the distinction of living in one of the most energy-efficient Central Park neighborhoods yet. Every house can be built as Zero Energy Ready, enhancing health, comfort, and durability. It is committed to sustainability, ensuring that each dwelling is designed with eco-friendly features and practices in mind. There are also countless parks and paths, including the Beeler Park and Plaza, with a meandering stream, open tables, shaded spots, and a future retail space. It’s a welcoming and environmentally conscious enclave where residents can live, work, and play with nature.

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From $209,000 to $1.2 million

The Bluff Lake is a bustling community with a wealth of entertainment, shopping, dining, and recreational options. Explore the three nearby neighborhood parks, visit the 123-acre Bluff Lake Nature Center, or enjoy slow weekends at the farmers’ market for fresh produce. You will also find many boutiques, restaurants, fitness studios, and independently-owned Colorado businesses at The 29th Avenue Town Center, Eastbridge Town Center, and Stanley Marketplace. You’ll find various housing options including one to three bedroom apartments, providing comfortable and convenient living options.

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From $150,000 to $1.6 million

This lively neighborhood is surrounded by the picturesque Westerly and Sand Creek Greenways. It is north of Central Park, a sprawling 80-acre ground offering various recreational activities from sledding in the winter to team sports and a whimsical Dr. Seuss-inspired playground. For a day out with friends, you can explore the popular shopping and dining destination of The Shops at Northfield. Getting to downtown Denver and Denver International Airport (DEN) will also be a breeze with the new Central Park Station nearby. This is the perfect community whether you’re seeking a place to raise a family, enjoy outdoor adventures, or be close to everything Denver offers. 

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From $206,000 to $1.7 million

Convenience is key, and everything you need is just a stone’s throw away in Central Park West. It is a centrally-located neighborhood offering easy access to key destinations such as the East 29th Avenue Town Center, Founders’ Green, the Sam Gary Branch Library, Denver’s third-largest park, and the Central Park Station. Additionally, it provides a quick entry to I-70 via the Central Park Boulevard bridge, making commuting and traveling hassle-free. The homes here uniquely face lush greenways, fostering an inviting atmosphere where neighbors can enjoy casual conversations and come together to build a strong sense of community.

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From $550,000 to $1.7 million

Conservatory Green is a vibrant neighborhood located just north of I-70, offering a dynamic and convenient living experience. Enjoy open-air shopping at The Shops at Northfield or at the pedestrian-friendly Shops at Conservatory Green, which feature a fantastic mix of restaurants, stores, and entertainment options. At the heart of the community is the Conservatory Green Park & Plaza, a central gathering spot for exciting events such as concerts, movies, festivals, and markets. There is also an exciting blend of parks, trails, and green spaces, including two urban gardens, providing ample outdoor recreation and relaxation opportunities.

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From $425,000 to $2.3 million

This neighborhood is east of the bridge that crosses over the Westerly Creek Greenway. Its stunning parks offer incredible views of the waterway and the Front Range, stretching from Longs Peak to Pikes Peak. Enjoy convenient access to various recreational facilities, including the F-15 pool, the Central Park Recreation Center, and the Bluff Lake Nature Center. For everyday needs or leisure trips, you can visit the Eastbridge Town Center, which features locally-owned businesses driven by passion. The area’s proximity to the Anschutz Medical Campus makes it an ideal choice among healthcare professionals.

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From $227,000 to $1.4 million

East 29th Avenue is the lively hub of Central Park. You can grab your morning coffee, enjoy some delicious bagels or pastries, or chow down on NY-style pizza or sushi at 29th Avenue Town Center. Then, there’s Founders Green, or the “big lawn.” This is where the magic happens – free concerts, outdoor theater performances, and cinema screenings beneath the stars. The weekly Farmers Market showcases locally grown produce, while the Beer Fest celebrates Denver’s craft breweries. Completing the experience is the Aviator Pool. It’s the perfect place to cool off on those hot summer days.

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From $545,000 to $2.6 million

The North End Neighborhood completes the Central Park development, offering a picturesque blend of parks, open spaces, and beautifully landscaped areas. It sits next to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, so residents enjoy unrivaled access to 15,000 acres of breathtaking countryside and wildlife. Colorful homes and villas line the streets, showcasing mid-century modern craftsman, prairie, and modern farmhouse architectural styles. It is also where you can find the largest pool in the community, featuring a two-story waterslide and a six-lane lap pool.

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From $217,000 to $2.6 million

The South End has a mix of residential homes and commercial buildings that have been part of Central Park’s history before its redevelopment. One of its defining features is its mature trees, some of the oldest in the entire development. These provide a welcoming and attractive streetscape, adding to the neighborhood’s charm and character. In addition to its tree-lined streets, multiple parks, a community garden, swimming pools, and public art are within its borders. Despite its peaceful atmosphere, it is just steps away from shopping and dining options in the East 29th Avenue Town Center, offering a blend of serenity and convenience.

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From $540,000 to $2.1 million

Westerly Creek is right in the heart of Central Park and aptly named for its location alongside the riparian corridor of Westerly Creek Greenway. Here, you’ll find creek-side bike paths, beautiful public art installations, and abundant wildlife, creating a serene and picturesque environment. The winding trails connect to nearby amenities such as pools and excellent Denver public schools, making it easy to stay active and engaged. It is also home to the Central Park Recreation Center, offering a state-of-the-art gym, a full-sized basketball/volleyball court, swimming lessons, dance workshops, art classes, and more.

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From $438,000 to $1.7 million

Wicker Park is in the northeast corner of Central Park Blvd and Prairie Meadows Drive, south of the new Northfield High School. Extensive trails and lush greenery will surround you in almost every direction. Wicker Park is central to the neighborhood, a sprawling haven featuring open fields, a playground, and an abundance of trees and landscaping, serving as the ultimate gathering spot. The area features new home styles, ranging from charming cottage bungalows to sleek, modern designs, each crafted with nature-inspired details and colors.

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From $231,000 to $1.6 million

Willow Park East is west of Conservatory Green. This neighborhood beautifully integrates nature into its friendly urban layout. It offers energy-efficient homes, ranging from modern to traditional styles. With features like porches, patios, and roof decks designed to capitalize on Colorado’s climate, you can fully enjoy the outdoors right at home. The fresh palette of colors and materials takes inspiration from nature, further enhancing the connection to the surrounding environment. The houses are thoughtfully integrated with Denver parks, including the green spaces of Harvest Park, Quilted Park, Pizza Park, and the expansive Prairie Meadow Park.

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