Denver’s premier shopping enclave for several decades, Cherry Creek is the place to live, work, shop, and play. This tony neighborhood, once known as Harmon, for George Harmon who owned the 320-acre farm that originally occupied the site, offers the ultimate urban lifestyle in a lovely central location where quiet, tree-shaded streets, pocket parks, and trails beckon you to walk, jog, or bike, and nearby thoroughfares whisk you to all points of the metro area in mere minutes.
Cheesman Park is about as close as Denver gets to New York’s Central Park, but with the added attraction of stunning views of the Rocky Mountains. Cheesman boasts a prime central location halfway between Downtown Denver and the Cherry Creek Shopping District. Furthermore, it serves as a verdant link between diverse neighborhoods from colorfully eclectic Capitol Hill to the suavely elegant Morgan’s Addition and 7th Avenue historic districts.