Your pulse quickens watching the construction of Denver’s ultra-green residential community, S*Park, and knowing all that it will offer its residents. This 99-unit development features a private central park amenity, along with an urban garden and 2-story greenhouse for neighborhood commercial food growing. The greenhouse will also feature a ground floor big name sushi concept, yet to be announced. S*Park’s exceptional green touches will include solar panels across all the building roofs, and the use of reclaimed brick recovered from demolished Denver buildings.
The Excitement Generated by Proximity to Denver
With a prime locale at 26th and Lawrence Streets in historic Curtis Park on the edge of the bustling Larimer strip of the RiNo neighborhood, S*Park sits right on the threshold of downtown Denver and has generated tremendous excitement. Providing easy access to all the sporting events, concerts, art galleries and festivals, the RiNo neighborhood, which stands for River North, has exploded in recent years as a result of its eclectic assortment of residents and community offerings. Bohemian coffeehouses, enticing craft breweries and world-class restaurants add extra appeal for culinary adventurers.
Offering a highly walkable location to everything RiNo features as well as Ballpark and LoDo, along with nearby Light Rail stops providing easy access to the airport and the rest of Denver S*Park’s location is superior to any residential development in RiNo. Denver is a dream city for bikers with its 85 miles of paved bike paths all ride outside your frontdoor at S*Park.
S*Park is a Visionary Community
The shared Central Park area is only the beginning of the visionary concept of S*Park. Children can feel free to play together in the grassy areas with no concerns of traffic. Adults can barbecue and enjoy each other’s company in the private park’s outdoor grilling amenity looking up at the spectacular greenhouse.
Nearby Curtis Park gives residents opportunities for fun activities like an outdoor pool, tennis and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, a playground and a soccer field. Traditional cuisine options are found at places like Park Burger and Sugar Mill, while adventurous options are waiting at restaurants like The Populist, Work and Class, Il Posto, The Preservery, Mister Tuna, Acorn, and Biju’s Little Curry Shop just to name a few. If you have yet to visit The Denver Central Market, you need to check it out immediately! Those who crave craft breweries will love visiting Our Mutual Friend Brewing Co., Ratio Beerworks, Epic Brewing Company, Beryl’s Beer Co., Great Divide Brewing Co. and Denver Beer Co are just scratching the surface. Wine aficionados will not bne disappointed with The Infinite Monkey Theorem, specializing in artful craft wines with grapes grown right here in sunny Colorado.
An Urban Oasis with a Bohemian Vibe
Stroll down the streets of RiNo and you’ll experience mural art on the walls of community businesses, unique coffeehouses to stop for a refreshing brew, or enjoy the stunning turn-of-the-century, neighborhood architecture that ranges from the Victorian Mansions and Queen Anne style homes in Curtis Park. The community’s proximity to downtown Denver gives residents a true appreciation for all the unique offerings of our beautiful city. There aren’t many places where residents can simply put on their walking shoes and head for the downtown area.