Central Park is bordered by 64th to the North, Montview Boulevard to the South, Havana Street to the East, and Quebec Street to the West.
What's To Love About Central Park | Denver, CO
The Central Park neighborhood has blossomed into one of Denver's most popular areas. This is due to its proximity to I-70 and the light rail for quick commutes to downtown, Denver International Airport (DIA) and the Anschutz Medical Campus. Formerly the home to the Denver Airport, Central Park has since transformed itself into an oasis of 50 parks, 25 miles of jogging and cycling pathways and copious amounts of green space. The largest park in the neighborhood, also called Central Park, is the third largest public park in Denver with 80 acres.
Central Park embodies a diverse architectural blend in residential, commercial and landscape designs. Homes in Central Park, primarily single-family homes and townhomes/duplexes have been built within the last twenty years and most are Energy Star Certified. The Central Park Town center offers various dining options as well as many of the other shopping areas located throughout the neighborhood including Stanley Marketplace, a European style food and retail space. Central Park has a palpable charm and is a wonderful place to cultivate a life in the Mile High City.