Pride of ownership
Welcome to Skyland
North of City Park and east of Downtown Denver sits the residential Skyland neighborhood. With modest, well-kept homes and a variety of architecture, the Skyland area promises to please anyone looking for an urban feel with a little more backyard space.
Residents enjoy all that City Park has to offer just along its southern border, including a golf course, zoo, museum, planetarium, lake, and space for an afternoon summer barbecue. The northern border was once the unpoetic, but pragmatically named 32nd Street, which since 1980 has been called Martin Luther King Boulevard. More than a dozen churches and community outreach programs are scattered along this grassy-median-split street.
The eastern border of Colorado Boulevard provides the convenience of groceries, car maintenance, fast food, churches, and access to I-70, a direct route to the Denver International Airport.