Conservatory Green was the first Stapleton Denver neighborhood north of I-70. This newer Stapleton neighborhood is physically connected to the rest of Stapleton with bike paths and Central Park Boulevard. It is located 15 minutes Northeast of downtown Denver, and is connected to the rest of the Denver metro area by the recently opened Light Rail line. This neighborhood has a great diversity of homes, walkability, shops, ofﬁces, parks, pools, trails and year-round events. Conservatory Green Plaza located in the heart of this neighborhood is a community gathering spot for concerts, markets, and family events. There are a variety of restaurants in the area to enjoy with more being built. The are two community pools, Maverick and Runway 35 for residents to enjoy in the summer months. Stapleton boasts 13 Denver Public Schools, from early childhood education to high school, with one more currently underway. Stapleton is a very popular Denver neighborhood and its popularity continues to grow as it does too!
This week meet Fred and MaryAnn Stowell who live in this neighborhood.
- How did you chose your neighborhood? We felt Conservatory Green was a neighborhood that had everything we wanted. We like that the train is convenient to the airport and downtown Denver. We enjoy the walking a bike paths, the swimming pools, the open-air concerts, and the variety of homes and spaces.
- What is your favorite feature of your location? We like being near the pool. Easy to make friends.
- How long have you lived in the area? We have lived 3 years in Stapleton.
- Where is your favorite local spot? We are in walking distance to many local restaurants. We enjoy La Sandia for Mexican food and Brixx for pizza and pasta. Of course we love the fact that Starbucks is close by. The list of restaurants in growing so we know there will be other favorites.
- What is one word to describe your neighborhood? Vibrant!
If you have any neighborhood or real estate questions, please contact the Rule Properties Team at 720-593-2244. Stay tuned for next week’s neighborhood feature!