Observatory Park – One of Denver’s Most Coveted Neighborhoods
Conveniently located just 15 minutes from downtown Denver, the Observatory Park neighborhood has a small-town charm with the advantages of a big city. Located close to the light rail station and with direct access to I-25, Observatory Park is a serene neighborhood with tall shade trees and a mixture of modern and traditional architectural styles. Outside Observatory Park is the University of Denver. Steeped in history and tradition, originally Denver University was founded as the Colorado Seminary in 1864. It became the University of Denver in 1890 when the Seminary added the name and became a degree-granting institution.
Observatory Park Features:
- Chamberlin Observatory
- University of Denver
- Close proximity to local food outlets
- Legendary bookshops, boutiques & art galleries
The homes in Observatory Park have recently gone through a significant face-lift, and values are consistently above $2 million. The area is one of Denver’s few neighborhoods with almost exclusively single-family homes. There are approximately 8,000 residents, and the average age is just 36 years old. In addition, 88% of residents are college educated, and the median household income is just under $80K. Because it is on the outskirts of a college campus Observatory Park is immersed in activity. The area has many options for entertainment, dining options, bars, and sporting events.