Platt Park is boarded by Mississippi Avenue to the North, Evans Avenue to the South, Downing Street to the East and Broadway to the West.
What's To Love About Platt Park | Denver, CO
Platt Park is one of Denver’s most coveted neighborhoods due to the number of walkable restaurants and shopping with close proximity to Washington Park. In recent years, the neighborhood has shown increasing popularity and growth, thanks to the wide variety of homes and prices, which makes it an ideal alternative to Wash Park.
Original 1920’s bungalows and newer townhomes adorn the streets of the neighborhood adding to the charm of the area. Pearl Street, a 7 block long commercial area offers some of the best restaurants in town including Sushi Den and Izakaya Den which share the same kitchen, but I’ve always been a far on the ambiance of Izakaya Den – check out the second floor for a treat.
Platt Park anchors the neighborhood offering a great meeting spot. Located just minutes from the light rail, making access to everything Denver has to offer even easier. Or, if you want to stay around the area, the University Park neighborhood is adjacent which offers a fun eclectic restaurant and bar scene along Evans Avenue and University Boulevard.
Platt Park is minutes from Washington Park and Gaylord Street, with easy access to Cherry Creek by way of University Boulevard. Accessing downtown Denver is easy via the light rail and by car, averaging around 10-15 minutes of drive time. South Broadway’s antique row is a part of the Platt Park neighborhood, which is perfect for finding design inspiration.