There’s no question that Denver is still one of the fastest growing housing markets in the country, and the Wash Park neighborhood is no exception to this. With all the changes in the Denver housing market, I thought it would be interesting to see how one of Denver’s most desirable neighborhoods currently stands. 

Wash Park Market Report

Here is a snapshot of a recent market report I pulled for the Wash Park neighborhood:

Wash Park Market Report

Here are the most up to date stats of the Wash Park neighborhood:

Current Washington Park Market Report

The Neighborhood

Washington Park, or Wash Park, is a neighborhood and public urban park in Denver, Colorado. The Wash Park neighborhood centers on its namesake green space, a rectangular expanse with sports facilities, formal flower gardens, and winding trails for cycling and jogging. An elegant boathouse overlooks Smith Lake, popular with kayakers and anglers. East of the park, Old South Gaylord Street is a bustling shopping district with chic fashion boutiques, galleries, sports bars, and casual bistros.

Take a break from the busy downtown scene in lovely Washington Park - dubbed "Wash Park" by locals. The area has a Rockwellian feel, with its lush landscaping, awning-covered storefronts, and family-friendly atmosphere. It's a fitness mecca for Denverites, and on any given day you're likely to spot people walking their dogs, running, biking, paddle boating, or doing yoga. The park is very popular both as a tourist destination and among Denver locals, with some comparing it to New York City's Central Park.

Wash Park Market Report Lake


It's no wonder that it's consistently chosen as Denver's favorite park. Nearby is South Pearl Street, once the site of the city's first trolley car route, now home to galleries, wine and cocktail bars, specialty shops, boutique, and high-end clothing stores, and some of Denver's best local dining. Visit Old South Gaylord where you can experience local restaurants, galleries, and shops.

The Park

The park was first developed by Architect Reinhard Scheutze in 1899. Its design was influenced by city planner Kessler, the Olmsted Brothers, and the famous philanthropist “The Unsinkable” Molly Brown. Due to its welcoming appearance and unique characteristics, Wash Park was designated as one of the “Great Public Spaces in America” by the American Planning Association in the year 2012.

Wash Park Market Report Map