Riverfront Park is an ideally located, downtown residential community. It is a genuine neighborhood in the heart of the city where people who live know each other, play together, party together, walk their dogs in the park, and organize and participate in neighborhood events.
Riverfront Park is bordered by Cherry Creek, 20th Street, the Consolidated Main Line and Commons Park. It is 1 blocks from Union Station providing easy access to Light Rail and the 16th Street Mall Shuttle. Culturally, the easy access to Light Rail and the 16th Street Mall shuttle allows for effortless access to shopping, dining, symphony and ballet performances, museums, plays, concerts and art festivals as well as Coors Field, the Pepsi Center and Elitch Gardens.
To the east is historic LoDo with its endless array of boutiques, restaurants, galleries, museums and cultural performance areas. To the west is Commons Park, Cuernavaca Park, Confluence Park (merging of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River) and bike path, and Platte Street which is home to the REI Flagship Store plus many restaurants and shops. You can walk out your front door to jog, bike, picnic, rollerblade or simply relax on a park bench. You may also walk across the new Pedestrian Bridge to The Highlands, a lively and popular area full of great restaurants and trendy boutiques.
It is worth mentioning that there are 133 restaurants one half mile from Riverfront Park; 301 restaurants under.9 miles; and 356 restaurants under 1 mile of the Plaza.
The Plaza at Riverfront houses Little Raven Vineyards wine shop, Community Banks of Colorado, Esquire Fabricare dry cleaners, Ink Coffee Shop, Jay’s Parkside Caf, Colorado Petfitters, the award winning Zengo Restaurant, McLoughlin?s Restaurant and Bar, Riverfront Athletic Club and Platte Forum community arts center.
This is truly the ultimate urban lifestyle!!!