Central Park

East of downtown Denver, development for this large neighborhood subdivided into several smaller planned neighborhoods began in the mid 1990's on the land of the former Stapleton International Airport.
Central Park is located east of downtown, and is the largest neighborhood within Denver city limits with 12 sub-neighborhoods, the last of which will be releasing its final lots in at the end of June 2021, North End.
                                                          * Bold text indicates a clickable link.
Central Park boasts 11 schools, 50 parks, 7 pools, a city recreation center and library as well as several dining and shopping districts.  With it's many amenities, Central Park (formerly Stapleton) covers both the north and south side of I-70 and borders Aurora to the east, Park Hill to the west and was thoughtfully developed on the land of Stapleton International Airport, following it's decommission in 1995.
As of 2020, the population was approx. 25,000 and this neighborhood holds all types of architecture, from ultra modern to traditional and single family detached homes to multi use apartment buildings with retail on the first floor. Each sub neighborhood within Central Park has its own unique feel and charm, but access to shopping and restaurants is easy from anywhere in this neighborhood, as well as easy access to I-70 and the light rail commuter train into downtown or out to DIA.
Within Central Park you have incredible access to Dick's Sporting Goods Field, home to the Colorado Rapids 
 as well as host to many national bands for outdoor concerts. The convenience of national retailers such as Target, Bass Pro Shops, Macy's and Harkin's movie theaters can all be found at Shops of Northfield.

The dining scene in Central park offers tasty treats like Cholon,or Chingones  and if you've got enough room for dessert,  Constellation Ice Cream  all within the same shopping center on E. 29th Avenue. You can head over to Stanley Marketplace on the south side of Central Park for community events, boutique shopping or to enjoy one of their many popular restaurants, such as Maria Empanada or Rosenbergs Bagels and Deli. 

If you are looking for diverse outdoor space the namesake, Central Park, 80 acres strong, is considered one of the most beautiful places in the city to watch the sunset and has walking trails that include design features like prairie mounds and an urban forest. Residents enjoy two soccer fields, a popular dog park and plenty of playgrounds as well. Kids and adults alike enjoy the free outdoor movies at Westerly Park in the summer as well as the weekly farmer's market and if you need to work on your rock climbing skills during the off season, Ubergrippen also just happens to be a part of Central Park! 
Search Homes


We are dedicated to connecting our clients with their dreams across the Denver area.