Located five miles south of booming Downtown Denver, Englewood is a dynamic blend of thriving business corridors and historic neighborhoods. With roots that follow the early mining boom along the South Platte River, it was incorporated in 1903 and has evolved over the decades to become a popular spot for young people – it has the third highest concentration of millennials in the state.
Englewood’s location along two major thoroughfares – US Highway 285 and US Highway 85 – makes getting around and exploring other cities around the Mile High City easy. Its proximity to Downtown Denver and popular suburbs like Cherry Creek and Littleton provides a wide range of cultural, entertainment, and culinary options, but staying in the city’s bounds offers ample opportunity for fun, dining, and more.
A total of 17,000 housing units provide potential residents with diverse living situations from which to select. Click here to view the homes built by Caliber Construction, or contact us today for more information about how we can build your new home.
Arapahoe Acres Neighborhood – A Mid-Mod Masterpiece
A testament to the enduring appeal of mid-century modern design, Arapahoe Acres became the first entire mid-century modern neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the country in 1998. Located south of the University of Denver, the neighborhood has quick access to the busy South University Boulevard dining scene, Harvard Gulch Park, the Gothic Theatre, and South Broadway shopping to the east.
Belleview Park Neighborhood – Nature on the Doorstep
Located close to many of Englewood’s recreation sites, Belleview Park received its current name as part of the Englewood Historic Preservation Commission’s Neighborhood Map Project in 2020. Highway 85 is close by, so getting around the metro area is simple and direct. Residents are close to Pirates Cove Water Park, an ever-popular summer spot, Colorado Journey Miniature Golf, and Englewood Farm and Train.
Mansfield Heights – Live in the Hub of the City Just across South Clarkson Street from the famous and luxurious Cherry Hills Country Club and Village, Mansfield Heights offers easy access for families to Englewood High School and Stadium. Just north of the neighborhood is Highway 285, which connects residents to a bevy of restaurants and bars and Swedish Medical Center, the city’s top private employer.