The city of Denver has gained a lot of attention in the last few years, and for all the right reasons. In 2016 it was named the Best City to Live by U.S New & World Report, boasting an exceptionally high quality of life, growing economy & overall desirability. Men's Vows can attest, when it comes to finding a city that offers anything and everything, Denver passes the test with great food, music, art, shopping, and of course plenty of outdoor activities for the adventurous among us. If you're considering buying a home in Denver, explore some of our fave Mile High neighborhoods to get a sense of how far your dollars will go in this fast-growing market with opportunities to invest in real estate. 

Cheesman Park

The neighborhood centered around Cheesman Park attracts an eclectic blend of neighborhood residents, runners, dog-walkers, folks enjoying a day at the park, and an LGBTQ-friendly community. Park days are revered in Denver, and being that Colorado is one of the sunniest states - you're not going to want to miss out! Music lovers can bask in the sunshine, taking in sweet mountain views and enjoying the neighboring Denver Botanic Gardens which often host live outdoor concerts through the summer with artists like St. Vincent, Cat Power, Chris Isaak, Jose Gonzalez and more. If you're a fan of easy & picturesque living, Cheesman is worth a peek!

1231 N Humboldt St. — $845,000

  • 4 beds
  • 4 baths
  • 3,396 sq. ft. 

1358 N Gilpin St. — $785,000

  • 4 beds
  • 3 baths
  • 2,877 sq. ft.

Browse more homes in the Cheeseman Park neighborhood here

RiNo (River North) Arts District  

Located just north of Denver's downtown, RiNo includes a remarkable mix of art galleries, furniture makers, painters, sculptors, entertainers and an array of studio spaces. RiNo is known for innovative work and living spaces, it's vibrant energy pulsing through the streets, with an annual graffiti festival, Colorado Crush, jazz, hip-hop, and indie venues on Larimer St., and a host of artisan markets. While it still has its industrial roots, the RiNo neighborhood is now most known for it's art influenced culture & creative vibes. Read our neighborhood profile on RiNo here. Offering a supportive and accepting environment, this neighborhood is a sure fit for Denver newcomers.                    

2347 Champa St. — $680,000

  • 3 beds
  • 4 baths
  • 2,248 sq. ft.

2442 Champa St. — $765,000      

  • 3 beds
  • 5 baths
  • 2,314 sq. ft.

3085 Arapahoe St. — $785,000

  • 4 beds
  • 4 baths
  • 1,981 sq. ft.


Rich with ethnic history, the Highlands area is full of Italian, Mexican & Hispanic influence. It's also known as Denver's hottest neighborhood with trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, breweries, local boutiques and more. New lofts and renovated apartments attract urban families yearning to feel a closeness to the glowing city. At the center of the Highlands, you'll find Highlands Square -  a fabulous place to shop, wine & dine. 

3842 Wyandot St. — $497,000

  • 3 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 1,636 sq. ft.

3360 Quivas St. — $800,000

  • 4 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 2,420 sq. ft.

2942 Vallejo St. — $500,000

  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 1,149 sq. ft.

Browse more homes in the Highlands neighborhood here.

Ready to start the search for your dream home in Denver? Denver Realtor Stock Jonekos has more than 25 years experience working in Denver real estate and knows what it takes to secure your sale or purchase in the competitive Denver real estate market.

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Stock Jonekos has more than 25 years experience in Denver real estate. Get started with your home search today, call: 720-201-6800 or visit

Stock Jonekos has more than 25 years experience in Denver real estate.
Get started with your home search today, call: 720-201-6800 or visit