Denver's Ballpark neighborhood lies to the north of Lower Downtown and Downtown Denver's Central Business District. The southern end of the neighborhood is anchored by Coors Field and stretches almost 20 blocks to the north into a section of Downtown that is still very much a functioning warehouse and light industry district. Now a historic district, most of its original industrial buildings still stand today.
While the lure of summer baseball games and hotdogs may be the appeal to some residents, there is also the wonderful commercial corridor of North Larimer Street adding spunk to the neighborhood. From 20th Street all the way to the northern edge of Downtown at 38th, Larimer Street offers a unique mix of buildings and tenants-jazz clubs, bars, antique shops, art framers, galleries, brewpubs, authentic Mexican restaurants, small companies and more. Here, you'll find many brick buildings that still sport train and truck loading docks on their street frontages. In 2002, the Ballpark Historic District was formed for much of the Ballpark area to preserve many of the historic warehouses and buildings that define this great neighborhood's historical uses.
You can find your next home in the Ball Park area and have many styles to choose from like converted lofts, new construction, and apartments. Ballpark's rail yard history makes it ideal for classic loft conversions. Many of the original warehouses have been stripped and updated, and now offer loft space with exposed beams and pipes. Several more loft construction projects are planned, guaranteeing more growth and development in this expanding area. Developers have purchased and razed the few valueless buildings, creating space for new construction; new loft apartments and brownstones are available for rent and purchase, ensuring viable housing options for a wide range of prices and lifestyles.
This vibrant Downtown neighborhood has a decidedly urban-industrial feel. Mix funky warehouses with a gorgeous major league baseball field, throw in the city's best flea market and a thriving farmer's market, and you have the makings for one of the most unique and quickly growing neighborhoods in the city. See below for the latest homes for sale in the Ball Park neighborhood of Denver or call us today to begin your search!
Remarkable RiNo/Ball Park location! Rare opportunity to own in Fire Clay Lofts, a classic industrial feel with exposed ducting and high ceilings, steps from some of Color...
Courtesy of Keller Williams Realty Urban Elite
Sophisticated loft style condo in the Denver's Ball Park neighborhood. Open floor plan that is great for entertaining or just enjoying a night at home. Large windows allo...
Courtesy of BTT Real Estate
If you're looking for loft living, this is as good as it gets! Walk to EVERYTHING in Downtown Denver -- Coors Field, Performing Arts Complex, 16th Street Mall, Lodo, Unio...
Courtesy of Golden Real Estate, Inc.
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