Capitol Hill & Golden Triangle

Eclectic living in the heart of Denver.

Historic, Eclectic Capitol Hill & Golden Triangle

If you’re searching for a place that is artsy but also rich with heritage, then look no further than Capitol Hill & Golden Triangle! This perfect pair has earned a reputation as a vibrant mix of old and new, combining local history and an emerging creative center.

Boasting over 50 museums, restaurants, clubs, art galleries, vintage and antique stores, stately historic buildings, cafes, and more, you have everything a city dweller may need. Everything is within walking distance of Downtown Denver and it’s plain to see why so many people are moving to Capitol Hill & Golden Triangle.

Arts

The Golden Triangle Creative District is at the forefront of Denver’s burgeoning arts scene. Whether you’re looking for music, photography, fine arts, or socializing with other connoisseurs, there’s something to pique your interest. For instance, the renowned Denver Art Museum. The famous “DAM” has features for people of all ages and contributes to local school programs. Some of the current exhibitions available include The Western: An Epic in Art and FilmMi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place, and a showing of abstract expressionism. As a bonus, children under 18 receive free general admission until 2020!

If you enjoy music and experiencing it outside, then the Westword Music Showcase is for you! Once every June you can rock out to some of the greatest headliners today and over one hundred bands hailing from both near and far. Finally, visit the Colorado Photographic Arts Center for exhibits and free, public educational resources on photography.

History

Capitol Hill overflows in knowledge and Colorado lore. This neighborhood has a host of gorgeous buildings that date back more than one hundred years, not to mention museums and multimedia tours that will make the past come alive. First, take a trip to History Colorado Center. The Smithsonian Institution lauded the Center as the first great history museum of the modern age and is now showing exhibitions featuring Colorado’s indigenous population, a 40 by 60-foot map of the state, and a 75-year-old diorama showcasing life in 1860 Colorado. Meanwhile, the Byers-Evans House Museum will transport you back to the early 20th century and familiarize you with two old families who helped make Denver what it is today. But those aren’t the only sorts of places you can go to experience the past.

Architecture

Capitol Hill is home to many gorgeous turn-of-the-century mansions that transformed into contemporary homes. Here you’ll find an array of historic condos and townhouses in styles such as Beaux Arts, French Country, Spanish, and Dutch Colonial. For example, the Patterson Historic Inn, a National Landmark, is a refined mansion yet fully modernized for modern residents and provides nine uniquely themed rooms.

If you’re looking for something a little more modern, don’t miss a stunning new hotel known as the ART! This handsome complex offers 165 luxury rooms, an on-property restaurant serving New American Cuisine, guided art tours in its two art galleries, and much more.

Local Landmarks

There is no shortage of amazing places and activities. Here are others that are well worth your time.

  • Colorado State Capitol
  • Molly Brown House Museum
  • Clyfford Still Museum
  • Central Library
  • Cherry Creek Path
  • 16th Street Mall
  • Parks such as Civic Center, Congress, and Cheesman. All within walkable distances.

Looking Back, Going Forward

In Capitol Hill & Golden Triangle, the young and old are wondrously blended together. Whatever your needs or interests, this phenomenal urban living experience has them all. Residents have everything at their fingertips and it’s waiting for you! It’s the perfect time to make the change to a better, richer life. Will you be the one to answer the call?


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