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The Uptown neighborhood was one of Denver's first streetcar suburbs in the late 1800's. The neighborhood was once filled with mansions built by some of Denver's wealthiest business owners. However, during the 1960's and 1970's, many of the blocks on the western side of the neighborhood, closest to downtown, were razed to make room for surface parking lots. Thankfully, the Victorian era homes in the eastern portion of the neighborhood survived. The neighborhood is currently undergoing a buildings boom, with the surface lots now being replaced by condominium and loft buildings of all sizes. The current population of the neighborhood is approximately 8,000. (Click on the thumbnails for larger pics)

Looking east on 20th Avenue, a mix of old and new construction.
Uptown Square
A multi-block apartment project in the heart of the neighborhood.
St. Lukes Hospital
The Uptown Square project integrated the old hospital building into the development.
Uptown Square
Looking east on 19th Avenue towards Children's Hospital.
Homes on the north side of Benedict Park.
20th Avenue
Condos and retail along a neighborhood street.
A view south through the neighborhood.