♦ A quaint and family friendly neighborhood with wide tree-lined streets.
♦ The original homes still standing in the neighborhood were built from the 1900s to the 1950s and offer a variety of architectural styles that include: Ranches, Victorians, Denver Squares, Tudors and Colonials. Today a rising number of modern In-Fills can be found on every block.
♦ The neighborhood itself is a quiet oasis home to many local eateries and independent shops.
♦ The namesake park is packed with amenities such as tennis courts, a rugby field, baseball field, basketball court, playground and the historic Romanesque Chamberlin Observatory.
♦ The park’s main attraction opens after dark. On clear nights, stargazers gather to watch the sky. The public can stare at the sky during open houses, which take place on Saturday evenings of each quarter moon.
♦ Just a short drive north to Cherry Creek. Neighboring Denver University. Close to a light rail station and direct access to I-25.
♦ Border by Evans to Yale (north-south) and University Blvd to Colorado Blvd (west-east).
♦ Neighborhood Association website: Observatory Park