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. There 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 Daniel Dominic who calls this neighborhood home.
How did you choose your neighborhood? In early 2013, I was in the process of relocating to Denver, which meant selling my home in Houston and hopefully finding a comparable one to start roots here. After looking at an excessive amount of homes over a 4 month period, I decided to begin searching for homebuilders in the area and key in on geographical locations where neighborhoods were being built or expanded. What attracted me most to Northfield Stapleton was a master planned initiative, an opportunity to build a home from the ground up and location. At my age, I continually see my friends and colleagues buy into an overpriced older bungalow home in need of much repair just so they can live close to one of the several parks in town. I on the otherhand, prefer to see my money go farther and like not having to fight for a parking spot close to my home every single day. In less than 30 minutes you can easily be downtown or at the airport, which also strengthens why Northfield Stapleton is becoming one of the hottest area in Denver.
What is your favorite feature of your location? Between the two new Denver Public Schools less than a mile away as well as the development of several greenspaces, parks and pools, Northfield Stapleton is becoming very attractive for families looking to be close enough to downtown, yet have an ample amount of kid friendly room outside to play safely.
How long have you lived in the area? I moved into my home in June of 2014 and would not trade it for any other area in or around Denver.
Where is your favorite local spot? As a bachelor, I would have to say either Station 26 Brewery or Stanley Marketplace.
Use one word to describe your neighborhood. Diverse
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