Wheelhouse Apartments manages buildings across central Denver, and a few in the surrounding metro areas. Check out the map and neighborhood descriptions below.
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capitol hill neighborhood, denver
Capitol Hill is a popular area of Denver that separates downtown from the more western neighborhoods. It houses Denver's famous Capitol building at its western Lincoln Ave. end and continues east to Corona. It's bordered on the north and south by Colfax and 8th, respectively, and is a favorite area for hip bars and restaurants, live music and unique shopping experiences. Wax Trax Records, Penn Street Perk, and Buffalo Clothing Exchange all have a home here.
Buildings: Crown, Concord House
congress park neighborhood, denver
Congress Park, is a favorite residential neighborhood bordering the Capitol Hill neighborhood, near City and Congress Parks. Lots of historic homes, quiet tree-lined streets, and niches of small businesses ... like Wildflowers gift shop, Dazbog coffee, and Under the Umbrella bakery. Congress park is bordered by Colfax Ave. on the north, 8th Ave. on the south, York St. on the west, and Colorado Blvd. on the east.
Buildings: Columbine East, The Vines
hale neighborhood, denver
Hale is a nice residential neighborhood located just east of Colorado Blvd. You'll find restaurants such as Snooze, Heidi's Deli and Falafel King nearby, as well as Cherry Creek shopping district. City Park is a short walk away, as is the Rose Medical Complex.
Buildings: 800 Cherry, 1200 Colorado, Cherry Street Townhomes, Dexter, Mayor, Dahlia, JerriLou, Clermont
uptown neighborhood, denver
The Uptown neighborhood runs north of Colfax to 20th, and includes a diverse array of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. St. Mark's Coffeehouse and The Thin Man are popular hangouts, as are eateries including Ace, Steuben's and Park & Co.
Buildings: Winbro, Booker T
west washington park neighborhood, denver
A mix of single-family homes and small vintage apartment buildings, West Wash Park neighborhood is located just south of Denver's city center. Washington Park is less than a mile away, and Cherry Creek bike trail and Cherry Creek shopping center are nearby as well. To the west, along Broadway, you'll find a wide selection of great restaurants and shops, including Deluxe, Beatrice and Woodsley's, Sweet Action Ice Cream, and The Walnut Room.
Buildings: 6 Lincoln, Sherman Commons
jefferson park, denver
The Jefferson Park neighborhood is situated just west of the fashionable LoHi neighborhood in NW Denver. It’s a short bike ride to REI and the Platte River Trail system. Nearby eateries include 2914 Coffee, Jack N Grill, and La Loma Restaurant. Further east in LoHi, you’ll find Z Cuisine, Forest Room 5, Lola, and Little Man Ice Cream.
Buildings: Highland, Altair
du neighborhood, denver
The University of Denver neighborhood is located just south of I-25, near the intersection of S. University Ave and Evans. A mix of residential neighborhoods and campus buildings, the DU neighborhood also boasts its share of restaurants, banks, coffee shops and campus hangouts, including Starbucks, Pete's University Cafe, Jason's Thai, Mustard's Last Stand, and Crimson and Gold Tavern. It's convenient to light rail, bus lines, and I-25.
Buildings: Topaz, 2155 S. Josephine
lasley neighborhood, lakewood
Lasley neighborhood is a suburban area located in Lakewood, Colorado, just west of Denver. Close to Belmar Shopping District. Just a short walk or bike ride from Lasley and Founder's Parks, and convenient to Alameda High School, Deane Elementary School, and O'Connell Middle School.
Buildings: Kensington, Allison Apartments, Country Club Gardens
city center neighborhood, aurora
Aurora lies 15 miles east of Denver, and the Aurora City Center neighborhood boasts over 70 shops and restaurants, with a high walkability score. City Center is convenient to Denver International Airport, Buckley Air Force Base, and the Anschutz medical campus.
Buildings: Village at City Center Townhomes