What You Need To Know
Welcome to Midtown, a cutting-edge modern homes community in North Denver! Midtown’s new contemporary homes are built with the latest technology, modern designs, and energy-efficiency to reimagine traditional urban architecture.
Located less than 15 minutes from downtown, Midtown Denver sits just outside the city’s trendiest neighborhoods and contains all the benefits of the city – art, entertainment, restaurants, nightlife – and all the advantages of a new home. Midtown feels like an extension of the historic Highlands and Berkeley neighborhoods, yet it’s unmistakably a place all its own; a celebration of the vibrant local culture!
The Garden Shed Community Center is a place for gatherings, large and small, including art exhibits, community events and parties. This distinctive landmark welcomes all who enter Midtown. An outdoor plaza invites lectures, live music, and seating within the garden.
Concerts and theater venues are within easy reach of Midtown. At The Venue on Cortez St. you can let your voice be heard during open mic Wednesdays or karaoke night. Or you can sing along to live music on Fridays and Saturdays. Enjoy Tap and Taco Tuesdays, Trivia Night Wednesdays or the occasional music fest at Bruz Beers located within the community.
Clubs, Pubs and Love Hubs
Midtown’s handy location means your nighttime destination lays just south in Highland or a short ride further into Downtown Denver. In Highland, hang out at Highland Tavern on Navajo St., although a low-key pub it was recently featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins & Dives featuring their amazing tater tots. Highland Tavern also boasts an extensive beer list and all sorts of games, including Ping-Pong.
Denver’s growing food culture extends to your doorstep in Midtown! There’s a world of mouthwatering foods to explore – from gourmet tapas to tasty tacos. Popular eateries close by include Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, which buzzes with its authentic Mexican food, Backstage Coffee, located within Midtown offers breakfast, lunch and dinner options made from scratch and of course a full bar and great coffee.
Midtown was conceived as a place where you’ll want to spend time outdoors!Adjacent to the Clear Creek Regional Trail, Midtown is primed with parks and groomed for gardening. The 21-mile Clear Creek Bike Path explores some of the regional trail’s most scenic territory as it rolls through woodlands and open space, past wildlife and across an iconic bridge near 52nd and Gray Streets.
And no matter where you find yourself in the city, you’re likely to be only a few steps away from a lush and serene green space. The Mile High City boasts over 200 traditional parks on more than 4,000 acres where you can run, play, or just relax!
Getting From Here To There
The Clear Creek Bike Path makes getting around and beyond Midtown a breeze! Pedal west into the city of Golden, or cruise east where CCBP connects to the Platte River Trail and downtown.
The ingenious car sharing service, Car2Go, continues to blossom in the Denver area and beyond. It’s easy to have access to a car when you need it. After registering with Car2Go, just swipe your access card on the windshield of an available Car2Go. The car unlocks, the key is in the console, and vroom, off you go! Now residents can get rid of that extra car that doesn’t get used as much after having moved to Midtown Denver. There’s even a handy smartphone app that tells you where the nearest available Car2Go is parked. And Midtown’s prime locale provides easy access to Boulder on I-36, the mountains on I-70, and anywhere else in Denver on I-25!
And coming soon you’ll be able to enjoy the RTD G-Line which will get you to Union Station in 15 minutes!
Everything Your Heart Desires
Local shops and boutiques surround Midtown, while the major retailers and the 16thStreet Mall are only a short drive away in Downtown. Midtown is also close to specialty shops in LoDo and the Highlands, and dangerously convenient to several other regional shopping destinations like Cherry Creek Mall & Colorado Mills Mall!
Explore colorful boutiques on 32ndSt. in the Highlands such as the aptly named 32ndWest, featuring stylish, casual duds for men & women, including shoes and outerwear, and Dragonfly, selling stylish, casual women’s apparel and jewelry by brand-name and indie designers. Strut on over to Strut for the season’s best shoes, show your Colorado love for locally-made products and apparel at Inspyre, or indulge in everything from beautiful flowers to jewelry and cards at Perfect Petal.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
The City of Denver’s Climate Action Agenda, whose goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, is spreading green practices with more support than ever. Greenprint Denver is a valuable resource and community newsletter for residents all over to help out and get their questions answered regarding recycling programs, sustainability, and reducing greenhouse emissions. So get with the program and join the other Denverites who desire to counteract the unnecessary litter and hazy effects of pollution that may already be staining our beautiful city.