Congress Park Neighborhood
Originally known as Cemetery Hill however by 1890 the cemetery had become deterrent for the growth of neighboring Capitol Hill. This was a logical observation as I am sure no one is actively seeking Denver homes for sale anywhere near a large vintage cemetery.This became so bad that Colorado senator Henry Teller made it a mission to redesign the area. He submitted the idea as a bill and it was passed. The bodies were relocated elsewhere and finally Congress Park was developed. Most recognize the boundaries to be York Street to the west and Colorado Blvd to the east. Colfax is it’s northern border and then 6th ave makes up the southern boundary. The neighborhood encompasses a suburban feel, relaxed with Vintage homes and Beautiful Condos.
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