Urban Fringe

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You will find the perfect blend of cute shopping restaurants district embedded in the community with the peaceful bird-chirping that you want from the suburbs. You can still find quaint neighborhoods with a great walk score and quiet neighborhoods oozing local charm. My favorite activity is giving folks a tour of these unique neighborhoods and stopping by all my favorites small businesses. 



The City of Englewood is centrally located within the Denver Metropolitan area. Just south of Denver, Englewood is ideally situated for citizens, business people, and visitors. Englewood offers a small town atmosphere of community with all the benefits of a larger metropolitan area nearby.


Just west of Sloan’s Lake lies the small town of Edgewater. Residents from bordering Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, and west Denver flock to Edgewater for the dining, nightlife, and views provided by the breweries and restaurants along Sheridan Blvd, inside the popular Edgewater Public Market, and past the iconic banner on 25th Avenue. Homes in Edgewater are typically modest with large yards.

Central Park

Central Park has transformed the site of Denver's old airport into a shiny, new neighborhood with loads of open space and trails. Located just east of Quebec Street, both north and south of I-70, its multiple shopping and restaurant districts are conveniently located so residents don't need to leave the area. Still, they're close enough to downtown to make commuting a breeze. New lofts, townhouses, detached single-family homes and mini-mansions in a variety of architectural styles provide character in this family-friendly 'hood. 


The Lowry neighborhood has reclaimed a former Air Force base. Lowry was built within the last decade, and its homeowner love it's suburban tone that's also very close to Denver's many attractions and amenities. A variety of homes are available, including stately single family homes, modern townhomes and condos, and renovated lofts, crafted from military buildings. This well-planned community offers nearby restaurants, retail shops and grocery stores as well as open space, public art and a town center of its own. 

Wheat Ridge

The city of Wheat Ridge got its name from the “golden ridges of wheat” throughout the area before the wheat farms were developed first into smaller fruit farms, then into residential developments. Bordering I70 to the north, Wheat Ridge provides easy access to the mountains and is just a quick fifteen minute drive to downtown Denver.  The city borders Crown Hill Park and has 24 parks of its own, encompassing 274 acres of open space. Seven miles of the Clear Creek Trail runs through Wheat Ridge connecting the city to the foothills in Golden.