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The University Park Neighborhood is an upscale community with an architectural and cultural appeal. A vast number of restaurants and entertainment venues will surely keep you busy. However, don't forget to stretch your mind and body. A Couple of great parks are within the neighborhood, which offers a breath of fresh air, exercise, or education opportunities year round.
In the center of the neighborhood, Chamberlin Observatory, on Warren Ave, is at Observatory Park. The park provides educational and observing opportunities for professional and amateur star-gazers all year-long. Though the park works closely with nearby schools, it also hosts events to enable everyday people a view, and understand, of special astronomical occurrences, such as meteor showers, comets, and close planet approaches. Many of the observatories seminars are open to the public, making this a memorable visit to a nearby park.
On the southern tip, McWilliams Park, on Yale Avenue, honors Judge Robert H. McWilliams, Jr for his 62 years of dedicated service in the city, state, and federal courts. The Harvard Gulch River is perfect for Crawdad fishing and the East Harvard Gulch Trail is a paragon of serene walks. This little park is perfect for kids and adults, with playground equipment and a dinosaur statue, a softball court, and plenty of open spaces for picnics and gatherings.
University Park Neighborhood is south of downtown Denver. It presents a quick commute with an urban feel, a diverse atmosphere, and a picturesque community. If you are looking to make this neighborhood home, we have the answers. Homes generally range from $220 - $330 per square foot with an average of 3-4 bathrooms.