Lincoln Park / La Alma neighborhood may be known more commonly as the “Santa Fe Arts district” The first Friday of every month from spring til fall the many galleries are open to the public for free. There are often wine by the glass being sold as the galleries invite the public to enter the galleries and enjoy the various installations being displayed. There are also food trucks lining the streets,street performers and locals selling their creations as you stroll down Santa Fe Dr. Make sure you also check out what used to be Denver Civic Theater which was built in 1921 as a silent movie theater. The building went through extensive renovations in 1993 and is now home to El Centro Su Teatro – Performing Arts Center.http://suteatro.org/about-us/
The actual Park for which the neighborhood is named after “Lincoln Park” is located starting at the intersection of Mariposa St. and W. 11th Ave. There is also a trolley stop right at the corner of W. 10th ave and Osage St. directly across from the trolley stop there is a a very special restaurant over 105 years old and going strong, holding claim to Denver’s first eatery and Colorado’s first liquor License. Be sure to check out the Buckhorn Exchange http://www.buckhornexchange.com/ This establishment is not for the faint of heart. There are antiques, memorabilia, guns, and taxidermy galore. Make sure you go upstairs to get a look at the bar and their chuck wagon displayed on the upper deck special events area.
This neighborhood, like many in Denver are in transition and have been undergoing extensive re-development. However, as much as the area is evolving you will still feel that creative vibe in the air and see the street art throughout the neighborhood. This is a bohemian neighborhood and has that feel as if you are walking through a real live set for the theatrical production “Rent” however, you’ll also find many newer developments going on throughout the area.
Homes for sale in Lincoln Park are varied. You’ll find an eclectic mix of Victorian Homes for sale in Lincoln Park. There are also old buildings being re-purposed into beautiful Lofts for sale near Santa Fe Dr. There are the classic bungalows of the early 1900’s along with newer condos for sale near Lincoln Park.
If you have not considered the Lincoln Park neighborhood I would encourage you to scroll down, check out the map provided. Geographically the neighborhood is sandwiched between the South Platte River to the west, Cherry Creek to the east 6th Ave. to the south and W. Colfax along its northern border. Very convenient to downtown and easy to jump on the light rail to take you to LoDo and all that downtown Denver has to offer.
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