What began as a streetcar suburb in the early 1900’s is now one of Denver’s most popular urban neighborhoods.
Congress Park, a 17-block-by-nine block area just east of downtown, often lures families with school-age children with its large Denver Squares, Victorians and bungalows.
Both Detroit Street and Seventh Avenue Parkway display spectacular dream homes, while the intersections of 12th Avenue and Madison Street and 12th Avenue and Elizabeth Street bask in their proximity to retail disctricts
Shells and Sauce, Chef Zorba’s Greek Restaurant and Peter’s Chinese snuggle in at Elizabeth while Wildflower’s gifts, The Lamb Yarn Shop, Pudge Bros. Pizza, Dominoe’s Pizza, Berenices salon, and Under the Umbrella Cafe prosper at Madison. Congress Park itself offers swimming, tennis, baseball and soccer fields.