Before the turn of the century, Riverfront was a place characterized by railroad yards, abandoned land, and warehouses. A developer purchased 20 city blocks on the southeast corner of downtown Denver and began to transform the area into a vibrant, exciting place to live.
Children and dogs can now be seen frolicking in the parks and along the river, while adults kayak at Confluence Park.
Residents of Riverfront enjoy a wide variety of restaurants with patios ranging from gourmet cuisine to New York delis. Elitch Gardens amusement Park is nearby, as is the Denver Aquarium, the Pepsi Center, Coors Field, the REI flagship store, Denver Union Station, and Zengo Restaurant.
There are a variety of stores ranging from charming boutiques to art galleries, and every imaginable shopping convenience is nearby along the 16th Street Mall. If you’re seeking a downtown Denver lifestyle complete with dazzling sunsets, cool evenings, and plenty of fun things to do along a sparkling river, Riverfront is simply a great place to live.