Whether you are planning to move to Denver, Colorado or already live there, the Mile High City is a paradise for craft beer-lovers to outdoor enthusiasts, for Broncos fans to young professionals alike. With 300 days of sunshine a year, Denverites can enjoy a lounge in Washington Park, take a B-cycle, the city’s bike sharing system, for a weekend spin down the 16th Street Mall, or drive an hour and a half for some of the best skiing in the world in the surrounding Rocky Mountains. From excellent shopping in Cherry Creek to numerous breweries throughout River North, Denver has a little bit of something for everyone.
Many of Denver’s best museums can be found in Capitol Hill, along with the golden dome of the city capital. Its central location makes this neighborhood popular for both living and socializing.
Lined with performance venues, breweries and restaurants, Colfax is the longest commercial street in the country. Start at the State Capitol and meander down Colfax for a plethora of music and entertainment.
A mix of historic buildings and modern homes, Highlands has a vibrant social and artistic scene. Proximity to downtown - just across the river - makes Highlands an idyllic place to live for many Denverites.
A historic stop for jazz artists and referenced in Kerouac’s On the Road, Five Points has a rich history. Whether you’re looking for some of the best Caribbean or soul food in town, or just want to tap your toes to good music, Five Points is where it is at.