Originally part of Arapahoe County, the land that is now University Hills was annexed to Denver in 1944 and 1946 to accommodate the influx of residents during the end of World War II. Led by developers Ted Hutchinson and Lou Carey, University Hills adopted the tag line “beautiful, spacious homes at a price you can afford", with the same sentiment ringing true today.
A quiet residential neighborhood, University Hills primarily offers well-cared-for, single family ranch homes with manicured lawns on wide streets, with most homes having been built post World War II in the 1950s and 1960s. A recent rise in construction has added larger modern homes to the neighborhood, but it still retains its classic suburban appeal. While the neighborhood itself is quiet, University Hills is surrounded by major thoroughfares and retail destinations, in addition to being close to the University of Denver.
Charming and welcoming, University Hills offers residents a quiet suburban lifestyle with easy access to urban amenities. One of Denver’s most convenient neighborhoods in terms of location, University Hills sits half way between the Denver Tech Center and downtown. Residents can enjoy easy access to two RTD stations, South Colorado Boulevard, and Interstate 25. Eisenhower Park and the High Line Canal trail allow residents to embrace the laid-back outdoor lifestyle that makes Colorado living so desirable.
Come and take a look around University Hills with our local expert, resident, and team member Jen Widler!
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1950 S. Holly St.
Elevated pub fare, eclectic pizza, and a large selection of craft beers, in a laid-back setting.
Image Credit: Esters Neighborhood Pub
5670 E. Evans Ave.
Family owned and operated Mexican restaurant offering a long menu, full bar, and happy hour margaritas.
Image Credit: La Fogata Restaurant
2000 S. Colorado Blvd.
Chef-driven food hall with over 10 vendors including Smok Barbecue, Lazo, and Sonder Coffee & Tea.
Image Credit: Tryba Architects
4996 E. Hampden Ave.
Founded by Jean-Philippe Failyau (Park Burger and Homegrown Tap & Dough) this is the fourth location of the Five Points original serving their famous 100% all-natural crispy chicken sandwich.
Image Credit: Birdcall
1441 S. Holly St.
Denver location of the coffee shop whose mission is to use coffee as a force for good by empowering their partner farms and communities.
Image Credit: Unravel Coffee
5014 E. Hampden Ave.
Award-winning independent gift boutique offering a personalized shopping experience with curated gift options from home accessories to newborn gifts.
Image Credit: Wish Gifts
4300 E. Dartmouth Ave.
Large neighborhood park with a playground, baseball fields, picnic areas, and a recreation center with an outdoor pool.
Image Credit: BusinessYab
4300 E. Dartmouth Ave.
One of the longest continuous urban trails in the country from Waterton Canyon to Green Valley Ranch that runs through Mamie D. Eisenhower Park.
Image Credit: Great Runs
3900 E. Mexico Ave. #100
Owned and operated by Danielle Mathers (RN, BSN), The Luxe Room is Denver’s leading medical spa offering a variety of clinical beauty treatments.
Image Credit: The Luxe Room
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