Jefferson Park

Jefferson Park continues to see a renaissance of investment, development and home value appreciation due to its proximity to Downtown Denver and Broncos Stadium, fantastic local park and new restaurants and coffee shops. Jefferson Park is marked by a variety of housing styles and architecture from various eras. 19th century single family homes stand next to apartment complexes built in the 1950s and newly constructed luxury lofts and row homes with rooftop decks and city views.

Current Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $825K
Highest Price $1.7M
Total Listings 7
Avg. Days On Market 69
Avg. Price/SQFT $505

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Listings in Denver's Jefferson Park Neighborhood

More about The Jefferson Park Neighborhood

Style of Homes for Sale in Jefferson Park:  Homes in Jefferson Park vary from historic Victorians to ultra-modern row homes.  The cost of home has seen a big increase over the past few years and the cost to buy a home varies dramatically based on the condition of the home, how close it is to the park, whether it is a single or multi-unit and more. 

Neighborhood Perks: Jefferson Park's proximity to countless Denver activities is arguably the best aspect of the neighborhood.  The homes are walkable from the Denver Broncos Stadium, the Denver Aquarium, Confluence Park, the South Platte River Trail, and many more Denver staples.

Past, Present & Future:  Jefferson Park’s location and neighborhood feel recently brought it back to the attention of the city and home-buyers that were tired of long commutes and wanted an urban lifestyle. Jefferson Park was made a focus neighborhood by the city of Denver and investment in infrastructure and beautification began.

Eventually, Jefferson Park United Neighbors (or JPUN) was formed in 2000, after a controversial large-scale development by Sullivan-Hayes threatened to destroy the character of the neighborhood and condemn a number of homes. The residents of Jefferson Park banded together and formed JPUN after the now defunct Jefferson Park Neighborhood Association (JPNA) failed to act. The neighbors formed JPUN, created by-laws, and fought Sullivan-Hayes by talking to their council people and Mayor Wellington Webb. The proposed development which would have condemned many 19th Century homes and turned the park into an amphitheater was defeated. It was at this point that the residents turned their attention to improving the neighborhood.

Since 2000, controlled investment and development has brought positive change to the neighborhood. Through relationships with Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the City of Denver and other entities, Jefferson Park has been able to pave alleys, beautify blocks, plant trees, upgrade curbs and encouraged development and improvement throughout the neighborhood. Jefferson Park is now considered one of the Denver's most desired urban neighborhoods due to its proximity to Downtown and neighborhood feel – the future looks bright for the neighborhood.

Boundaries: The boundaries for Jefferson Park are Speer Boulevard to the North, Sports Authority Field to the South, Federal to the West and I-25 to the East.

Neighborhoods Similar to Jefferson Park: Riverfront Park, LoHi, LoDo, UptownBaker

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