UPDATED for 2019:

Walkscore has just teamed up with RedFin to compile the:

10 most walkable neighborhoods in Denver

Spoiler-Alert: Top honors go to Capitol Hill, Downtown and Five Points as the most walkable!

The neighborhoods are numbered 1 through 10 here:

10 most walkable neighborhoods in Denver

See the full list of 10 most walkable Denver neighborhoods here

It's all about Lifestyle

Our clients love their Downtown Denver condo, Downtown Denver loft, and Downtown Denver home lifestyle.  How do we know... we ask.

Of course many of our clients share their stories without us even asking.  Some enjoy walking to see a show at the many theaters in the Downtown Denver Theater District next to SPIRE and the Four Seasons.  Some enjoy walking to Coors Field for a Rockies game, Pepsi Center to watch the Nuggets or Avs, or Mile High Stadium for a Broncos Football game.  I'd say all of them have shared stories about how much the enjoy walking to the many great Downtown Denver restaurants, bistros, coffee houses, and pubs.

What's in common in all the stories we hear is something they can now walk to from the front door of their Downtown Denver condo or Downtown Denver loft. So we decided to take an moment to explore Downtown Denver's most walkable neighborhoods with the great information collected at walkscore.com. A walkscore is a score from 0 to 100 of how walkable your location is. The scores are broken into categories which are...

Walk Score Description
90–100 Walker's Paradise — Daily errands do not require a car.
70–89 Very Walkable — Most errands can be accomplished on foot.
50–69 Somewhat Walkable — Some amenities within walking distance.
25–49 Car-Dependent — A few amenities within walking distance.
0–24 Car-Dependent — Almost all errands require a car.

Denver, as a city, doesn't rank all that high on walkscore.com which is likely due to the many suburban neighborhoods that fall into our city limits.   But when we isolate the Downtown Denver neighborhoods we begin to see how our Downtown Denver areas start taking the lead.  Here's a rundown of Downtown Denver's most walkable neighborhoods.

Denver's overall Walkscore

Walk Score: 61

Population: 682,545
What walkscore doesn't know is the smaller distinct neighborhoods that exist in the Downtown Denver condo and loft markets that have a great walkscore too. So we picked a few great buildings in Denver right now to share their walkscores with you. And don't hesitate to give us a call if you aren't familiar with these great properties or would like to schedule a tour.

That's our walkscore recap of Downtown Denver condos and lofts for this month. Feel free to walk on over to our office for a tour of these and other great Downtown Denver properties.