Hot Neighborhood Alert Athmar Park

Dated: 05/23/2017

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It’s been coined as one of the last neighborhoods in Denver that’s actually affordable. And while it’s not on everyone’s radar quite yet, many movers are beginning to take notice of Athmar Park.

Situated between the South Platte River and Federal Boulevard, Athmar Park is becoming a popular destination for young families and professionals whose budgets aren’t big enough for the downtown scene. The neighborhood offers a real sense of community as new families and long-term residents join forces to plan neighborhood events and help each other out when needed.

The Athmar Park Neighborhood Association indicates that affordability in this area is, of course, one of the biggest draws for young families looking to buy a house. The sense of community is an added bonus as so many events have been created where neighbors can meet and get to know each other, which really helps break down barriers and become a stronger community.

Athmar Park offers residents social activities like movie night in Huston Lake Park, neighborhood rec volleyball games, and game nights at the local brewery! It’s a place where residents know each other by sight and truly care about being good neighbors.

Need more reasons to check out this diverse area? How about the proximity to downtown, good access to light rail and great food along Federal – just to name a few.

Homes in this area are snatched up pretty quickly – if you’re interested in checking it out, contact Metrowest today. We’d love to show you around!

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Chris Jenkins

"Chris has a background in the financial services industry where he has brokered over $15B in receivables and is a frequent author and event speaker. He has been a licensed broker and real estate inv....

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