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My Communities

After living in Fort Collins for three years, I lived in Broomfield for more than twenty, so I know a thing or two about that wonderful community and the surrounding area.

A perfect Broomfield evening.

In June 2019, however, I moved south into a lovely home near the corner of Yale and Downing in Denver. I am loving everything that south Denver (Platt Park, Rosedale, University, University Park, University Hills, Wellshire) and the neighboring communities (Washington Park, Englewood, Cherry Hills Village) have to offer. If you live, work, and play in these areas, I can’t wait to meet you!

Community Guides

In addition to the RE/MAX Alliance Communities Guide and The O’Brien Team’s Communities Guide, there are a plethora of resources across the internet to help you learn all about the cities, towns, and neighborhoods that make up the Denver-metro area and surrounding communities.

Old South Pearl Street in Platte Park.

The Shift Research Lab/Piton Foundation Neighborhood Summaries for Denver and its surrounding communities provides “neighborhood-level data about the health and well-being of Denver-area families and communities.” It’s a great resource if you like to dig deep into the numbers and statistics of each neighborhood.


Denver.org is everything Denver and a great resource for visitors and residents (and soon-to-be residents) alike. It has extensive Neighborhood Guides, Transportation Guides, and gobs of pages dedicated to restaurants, bars and clubs, and hotels.5280 Magazine also has extensive neighborhood guides to help you learn about all the places that make Denver a great place to live

Want to know what’s hot right now? Westword’s yearly Best of Denver® is the place to find out what the Westword editors and staffers are loving now in Arts and Entertainment, Shopping and Services, Food and Drink, and Sports and Recreation. Bonus: the list can be filtered by neighborhood. Westword also include a Readers’ Choice section. You will surely find a new (or old) favorite spot here.

Are you moving to Denver and want a list of all the Denver neighborhoods and links to find out more information (and maybe some surprising facts) about each? Click on the neighborhood names below to find out more!

(To get your bearings while you browse through each neighborhood, CLICK HEREto open up a map showing all the Denver neighborhoods.)

Capitol HillCory-MerrillCole
Central Business
East ColfaxElyria-Swansea
Cherry CreekHaleFive Points
Cheesman ParkHilltopGlobeville
City ParkIndian CreekNorth Park Hill
Congress ParkLowrySouth Park Hill
City Park WestMontclairSkyland
Civic CenterPark HillWhittier
Country ClubVirginia Village
La Alma – Lincoln ParkWashington
Virginia Vale

North Capital HillWindsor
Union Station

(To get your bearings, CLICK HERE to open up a map of all the Denver neighborhoods.)

Denver International AirportAuraria
College View /
South Platte
Gateway / Green
Vally Ranch
MontbelloChaffee Park
Platt Park
Northeast Park HillHighland
StapletonJefferson Park
University Hills
Sloan Lake
University Park

SunnysideWashington Park
West HighlandWashington Park West

(To get your bearings, CLICK HERE to open up a map of all the Denver neighborhoods.)

GoldsmithAthmar ParkBear Valley
HampdenBarnumFort Logan
Hampden SouthBarnum WestHarvey Park
KennedyMar LeeHarvey Park South
Southmoor ParkRuby HillMarston
Sun Valley
Villa Park
West Colfax

Are you wondering what homes are for sale in each Denver neighborhood? Check out this RE/MAX Alliance page about Denver and all its neighborhoods!


Head west out of Denver and you’ll hit a handful of unique Front Range communities and communities along the I-70 corridor:

Wheat RidgeDid you know? Wheat Ridge was once the largest producer of carnations in the world – and known as Carnation City.
Lakewood Did you know? There’s more than 7,000 acres of green space and trails here.
Golden Did you know? This is home of the Colorado School of Mines and the Coors brewery.
Morrison Did you know? This is where you’ll find the world famous Red Rocks Parks and Amphitheatre.


South of Denver you will find a wide variety of urban, suburban, and rural communities. Closer to Denver are Englewood, Cherry Hills Village, and Littleton. Travel a little further south you’ll hit Highlands Ranch, Centennial and Lone Tree. Further south is Parker, then Castle Pines, then Castle Rock.

Head east from Castle Rock, you’ll be in The Town of Elizabeth.


With over 370,000 residents, Aurora is the third largest city in Colorado. 5280 has an expansive feature story in its May 2019 issue about Aurora. You’ll want to check out Stanley Marketplace and the new Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center.

Glendale is an enclave of Arapahoe County and is entirely surrounded by the City and County of Denver.


Here you’ll find the cities and towns of Commerce City, Arvada, Westminster, Broomfield, Erie, Thornton, Northglenn, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior. The towns of Brighton, Frederick, Dacono, Fort Lupton, and Keensburglie further north. There’s a huge variety of things to do, places to eat, and neighborhoods to explore here. I lived in Broomfield for more than 20 years and know this area well.



The Neighborhood Guide at Bouldercoloradousa.com provides a heap of helpful information about this college town. My oldest son just graduated from CU-Boulder and my middle son is still working on his degree there and enjoying the Boulder life.

Boulder sits in the foothills of the majestic Rocky Mountains and provides residents and visitors innumerable opportunities to enjoy everything that Colorado has to offer.


You’ll find plenty to do in this town of approximately 95,000 residents. Check out visitlongmont.org for everything you need to know about this vibrant community 38 miles from downtown Denver. Check out this not-so-hidden gem: Cheese Importers.


You’ll definitely find something to love in Loveland, a town of over 70,000 in Larimer County, approximately 45 miles north of Denver. Loveland’s Sculpture in the Park is now the largest outdoor juried sculpture show in the country.


I lived in Fort Collins for my first three years after law school in the early 90s, and wow has it grown since then! This Larimer County city swelled from just over 100,000 in 1994 to over 165,000 in 2018. It’s the home of Colorado State University and more than 20 craft breweries (and one really big one – Budweiser!)

Like anything you may find on the internet, the facts and information contained in the links provided above may be outdated by the time you visit them (and some of the information may be a year or two old—a long time in Colorado-development time). Although I’ll keep updating them from time to time, the best source of up-to-date information about a neighborhood is directly from the people who live, work, and play there.

REALTORS® like me who spend their time getting to know their neighborhoods are a great resource for up-to-date information about the communities they serve. If I can’t provide you the information you need about a certain neighborhood, I can connect you with someone who can.