ABOUT OBSERVATORY PARK
If your life revolves around (DU) Denver University, Observatory Park is the perfect location to enjoy quick walks to campus, food hot spots, events at the Magness Arena, Pioneer hockey games and all university related activities. Positioned between I-25, Yale, Colorado Boulevard, and University, this neighborhood provides quick access to the highway for weekend adventures and if need be, you can also jump on the light rail for occasional date nights downtown. Check out the RTD interactive map here. Download the RTD Map here.
Many of the beautiful Victorian homes in Observatory Park were built between 1890 and 1910, but there are also a number of mid-century ranch style homes. The neighborhood is evolving with top to bottom remodels, scrapes and completely new modern & hip homes. It’s got a historic base with a fun modern vibe and it’s only getting better!
The mature-tree-lined Observatory Park, named for the Romanesque Chamberlin Observatory, is a haven for rugby games, basketball players, tennis gurus, stroller-gripping mothers, and picnickers. If you’re looking for a Denver neighborhood with an eclectic mix of people, great food and drink options and close proximity to everything Denver has to offer, look no further than Observatory Park!