Park Hill East: Colfax to 23rd, Holly to Monaco
Park Hill West: Colfax to 23rd, Albion to Hudson
|ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
2201 Dexter StreetOne of Denver’s best examples of the Spanish Colonial Revival mode has a fantastic Churrigueresque entry surround of cast stone leading to a rustic, wood-beamed, open truss nave. Stucco walls and red-tile roofing characterize the church auxiliary buildings. and cloister.
|Three miles from the Central Business District and primarily residential, Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood begins just east of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science on Colorado Boulevard to Quebec Street and from Colfax Avenue to as far north as 52nd Avenue. Montview Boulevard, developed in 1882, and Monaco Parkway are main thoroughfares and typify the wide, tree-lined neighborhood streets. Park Hill’s nationally recognized neighborhood organization sponsors an annual tour of the many historic homes in this welcoming community.|
Greater Park Hill Community
Mr Greg Rasheed
2823 Fairfax Street, Denver CO 80207
San Rafael Neighborhood Association
Mr Nelson Bock
2437 Downing Street, Denver CO 80205
firstname.lastname@example.org – 303.860.1467 – 303.860.7119
The American Planning Association selected Park Hill
as one of the 10 “Great Neighborhoods” in America for 2008.