Welcome to Goldsmith
Located conveniently between downtown Denver and the Denver Tech Center, Goldsmith offers a suburban feeling combined with city conveniences. The neighborhood is bordered by I-25 to the west, Evans Avenue to the north, and South Quebec Street to the east, while its southern edge travels along East Yale Avenue before wrapping around the tiny town of Holly Hills.
This established neighborhood offers sprawling brick ranches built mainly in the ‘60s and ‘70s with large back yards and quiet interior streets. Mature trees offer additional privacy and tranquility to residents who live just blocks away from major thoroughfares without the hustle and bustle that usually comes with such convenience.
Evans Avenue features some basic retail and restaurant options, although most are in the fast food or convenience store arenas. Those seeking recreational opportunities won’t find parks in the neighborhood proper, but they could easily join the popular Colorado Athletic Club at the southern edge, or cross Yale Avenue into the spacious and picturesque James A. Bible Park. Two branches of the High Line Canal Trail and the Goldsmith Gulch Trail run right through the neighborhood, providing even more opportunities for outdoor fun.