Congress Park

Congress Park is bordered by Colfax Avenue to the North, 6th Avenue to the South, 
Colorado Boulevard to the East, and York Street to the West.

What's To Love About Congress Park | Denver, CO

The Congress Park neighborhood has blossomed into one of Denver’s most sought after urban neighborhoods. Primarily a residential area adorned with tree-lined streets and charming homes, dinning and musical venues are located close by. 

The neighborhood includes a sizable section of the E. 7th Avenue Parkway, Denver’s largest historic district, with some of the stateliest homes in town. While it is only two blocks wide, the district runs from Logan Street to Colorado Boulevard from E. 6th Avenue to E. 8th Avenue.

The Denver Botanic Gardens is located at the west boarder of the neighborhood.  Open year round, two seasonal events can’t be missed. The gardens transform into winter wonderland of lights over the holidays. Throughout the summer, the amphitheater comes to life during the concert series with notable visiting musicians.

Congress Park is situated on the southwest corner of the neighborhood and is comprised of tennis/pickleball courts, multiple athletic fields, a playground with picnic pavilion, and a newly renovated outdoor swimming pool.

With Cherry Creek North to the south, Cheesman Park to the west and Downtown Denver a short commute away, Congress Park is nicely situated in the city.

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Congress Park is the 17th most walkable neighborhood in Denver with 10,239 residents.

Congress Park has good public transportation and is very bikeable.

Nearby neighborhoods: City Park, Cherry Creek, Cheesman Park, Hale, Country Club, City Park West and Skyland.

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