Established in the mid-19th century, Five Points is full of rich history as one of Denver’s first suburbs. Since the early 1900s, Five Points has gone through many transformations that has left behind a strong cultural history and its own unique vibe loved by many Denverites. Five Points now boasts some of Denver’s most popular restaurants, breweries and funky boutiques. Roaming the streets, you’ll find constant juxtapositions like intriguing spray paint murals next to historic Victorian homes.
Style of Homes for Sale in Five Points: The different types of architecture within Five Points represents its diverse history while paving a path for modern urban living. From historic Victorian homes and Denver Squares to multi-million dollar condo buildings. Five Points offers a wide range of options for urban homebuyers in Denver.
Things to Do in Denver's Five Points Neighborhood:
Welton Street: RTD’s light rail line connects Five Points with Downtown via Welton Street, which bustles with businesses of all types, including restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, barber shops, salons and other retailers.
Cultural Experiences: Five Points features many cultural amenities, including the Black American West Museum, Five Points Media Center, Roundtree Art Center and the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble studios.
Juneteenth Celebration: The annual four day parade and festival commemorates the day in 1865 when African-Americans in the west first heard of the Emancipation Proclamation. The celebration is one of the biggest such festivals in America, attracting upwards of 120,000 people.
History of the Five Points Name: The name “Five Points” came from the end-of-the-line streetcar stop at the intersection of 26th Avenue, 27th Street, Washington Street and Welton Street. The streetcar signs did not provide enough room to display all four street names and dubbed the intersection and neighborhood Five Points.
Boundaries: The Boundaries for Denver’s Five Points Neighborhood are approximately North Downing Street to the East, The South Platte River to the West, 20th Avenue to the South and 38th Avenue to the North.
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Listing information last updated on November 25th, 2020 at 11:30am MST.