The Berkeley neighborhood in Denver has undergone many changes.

Denver Neighborhood Information, Berkeley HomeOld Neighborhood, New Feel

Bounded by 38th St., 48th St., Sheridan and Federal, Berkeley is unique and known as an up-and-coming area in Denver. Berkeley has character. Berkeley feels creative. This is not one of those all-the-houses-look-the-same neighborhoods. The turn-of-the-century houses are charming, each with a different shape, style and exterior facade. Bright colors and neutral hues stand out against handsome green lawns and beautiful trees. Almost every house has a large front porch-perfect for a relaxing summer night.

A six-block stretch of this neighborhood has undergone major redevelopment, setting the vibe for what this entire neighborhood is sure to become. This bohemian and eclectic array of trendy, one-of-a-kind shops includes Kriya Yoga, Strut Denver, Simple Foods Market and DJ’s Berkeley Cafe (with brews rivaling Starbucks any day). A thriving art community also calls Berkeley home, hosting a monthly ‘First Friday’ art walk (of the 12 local galleries) and holding several great concerts at The Oriental Theater.

Another fabulous feature of the Berkeley area (besides being next-door to the shabby-chic Highlands neighborhood and offering easy I-70 highway access), is the massive park and lake on its North border. Berkeley Park boasts four public tennis courts, a full basketball court, a large, recreational-use lake, and gorgeous landscaping.

With a calming, family feel, Berkeley is a fabulous choice to get out of the city without moving to the suburbs. This neighborhood is experiencing major growth and will certainly be hot real-estate in the near future.

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