Take me out to the ballgame. Take me out with the crowd. Buy yourself a condo or loft in the Ballpark Neighborhood and you’ll be able to root, root, root for the Rockies from the comfort of your luxury loft’s ballpark balcony. With spring training winding down and the Colorado Rockies preparing for their return to Coors Field for opening day on April 5, it is a prime time to steal a deal on true urban living in a Ballpark Neighborhood loft or condo.
Within Walking Distance to the Rockie Dog and Neighborhood Summer Attractions
With Coors Field as your front yard, some of Denver’s best restaurants and clubs around the corner, and the famous Rockie Dog (foot-long hot dog with grilled peppers, kraut and onions) within blocks from your doorstep, the Ballpark Neighborhood offers a fun, upbeat and active lifestyle that is unique to this Downtown Denver neighborhood. Anchored by Coors Field on the south and neighborhood boundaries that include 18th Street, Broadway, Blake Street and the Central Platte Valley Rail Yards, this urban industrial feel neighborhood is within walking distance to some of Denver’s favorite summer activities and attractions. From walking to Colorado Rockies baseball games and enjoying a Rockie Dog with a cold Colorado microbrew beer and panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains, to finding urban gems at The Ballpark Market and fresh produce at the Larimer Street Market, the Ballpark Neighborhood thrives with pedestrian friendly activities.
Pre- and Post-Game Ballpark Hangouts
While peanuts and Cracker Jacks are every beloved baseball fan’s game day food of choice, the Ballpark Neighborhood features a wide-range of restaurants, dance clubs and brewpubs that combine ballpark cuisine with endless rooftop patio, dining and entertainment options. And, since Denver is known as the Napa Valley of Microbrews, the Ballpark Neighborhood is home to a handful of local breweries and taverns with extensive lists of beers on tap for residents to enjoy. The Great Divide, Breckenridge and Flying Dog breweries all have locations in the Ballpark Neighborhood, while the Blake Street Tavern and Falling Rock Tap House also offer extensive and unique tap walls to satisfy beer enthusiasts and Rockies fans alike.
Mix Work with Play for a True Urban Lifestyle in the Ballpark Neighborhood
You know you’ve made it in the majors when you can work and live in the same building or within a few blocks of each other. The Fire Clay Lofts at 3195 Blake Street offers 164 units of adaptive live/work space that makes balancing work and home life a homerun. The residential line-up in this area also features historical rail yard warehouses and industrial buildings that have been converted to classic, upscale loft properties that offer steel and brick construction, like the 2245 Blake Street Lofts (14 units) and Zi Lofts (39 units) at 2229 Blake Street, as well as contemporary designed interiors and high-class amenities that are perfect for a contemporary home office set up.
Within walking distance to Coors Field, these Ballpark loft locations make it very convenient to skip out of work early on a Friday afternoon to catch a summertime Rockies game with friends and co-workers or bring the family to a weekend baseball game full of kids’ sports activities and various sightings of the famous mascot, Dinger. Living in the trendy, upscale Ballpark Neighborhood offers the perfect mix of work, family life and play.
If you are looking for a fun, upbeat, trendy neighborhood to call home this summer, the Ballpark Neighborhood in Downtown Denver may have the perfect loft or condo to fit your lifestyle. For more information on this active, urban neighborhood, contact the condo and loft experts at New Era Realty today.