Welcome to Lincoln Park
One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, Lincoln Park’s boundaries are 6th Avenue to the south, West Colfax Avenue to the north, the South Platte River to the west and Cherry Creek to the east. The neighborhood is one of vibrancy, as both the historical epicenter to the city’s Hispanic and Latino cultural movement and as home to the Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe, a unique, nationally known and popular destination for art lovers.
Single family homes—including two-story Victorians, brick bungalows and one-story stucco houses—along with row homes and duplexes comprise most of the housing in the neighborhood. But the Parkway Center apartment and condominium complex, with 1,050 units, offers plenty of more typical urban living options too. Lincoln Park itself is at the center of the neighborhood and features a basketball court, lighted football field, outdoor pool, rec center, softball fields, tennis courts and a sand volleyball court.
The area’s primary retail and commercial corridor is Santa Fe Drive, which houses the Art District, along with a host of shops and restaurants and theaters. Lincoln Park residents can take advantage of the popular First Friday Art Walks, or the area’s convenient location by visiting Downtown Denver to the north or hopping on bordering I-25 to quickly get anywhere in the metro area.