According to a recent analysis from the Denver Business Journal, the average Denver County home has produced dramatically higher returns on investment over the past ten years when compared to the
Fastest Growing Denver Neighborhoods
As anyone who’s seen the crane-filled city skyline can attest, Denver is growing by leaps and bounds. New buildings are cropping up all over the downtown area, and as businesses choose to head to the city’s core, the number of folks choosing to live downtown has soared as well.
It’s the Central Platte Valley that has seen the most growth – an impressive 5,669 housing units added in the past seven years –but it’s Capitol Hill that remains the city center’s most populous neighborhood with a whopping 17,142 residents.
The following neighborhoods have seen the most population growth since 2010:
1. Central Platte Valley
T-7. Lower Downtown (LoDo)
3. Central Business District
4. River North (RiNo)
11. La Alma/Lincoln Park
5. Golden Triangle
12. Capitol Hill
6. Five Points
13. Sun Valley
T-7. Jefferson Park
Interested in checking out some of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Denver? Or maybe you’d prefer to check out something more off the beaten path. Either way, Metrowest has you covered. Contact us today – we’d love to show you around
Raymond Gonzales is real estate broker with Mertowest Real Estate Services, a Colorado based real estate brokerage serving the Denver metro area. Raymond is a Colorado native, born and raised in Arvad....
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