Cosmopolitan and eclectic with a dynamic mix of arts, culture, and history.
Capitol Hill (Cap Hill) is one of the most cosmopolitan and densely populated neighborhoods in Denver offering a great mix of arts, culture, and Colorado History. It was originally the home of Denver’s most elite who constructed elaborate and very large mansions to live in. However, as the economy of Denver fell after the Silver Crash of 1893, many of the mansions were converted to apartments, office space, and multifamily dwelling use. The affordability, urban character and eclectic architecture made the area appealing to young bohemians, which led to a gentrification period in the 2000s. Today Capitol Hill is home to many condo buildings, from modern high rises to historic walk-ups, and turn-of-the-century homes. Cap Hill offers countless restaurants, bars, cafes, stores, nightclubs, and museums, meaning that there is always something going on. From live music and food trucks at Civic Center Park to the Molly Brown House Museum, the neighborhood is a great place to explore on foot or bike with everything being just blocks away from each other.
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