Authentic Urban Living
For those who love the convenience and vibrancy of urban living, welcome to Vine. Here you’ll be just blocks from picnics in Cheesman Park, jazz concerts at Denver Botanic Gardens, and happenings at the Denver Zoo and at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, both in Denver’s City Park.
Surrounded by History
At the same time, you’ll soak in the character of living in a neighborhood that goes back more than a century. Central Denver’s Wynman Historic District is one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, graced with a canopy of mature hardwood trees. Architecture dates to the 1880s, along with colorful stories of the original homeowners.
So Much To Do, See and Experience
Walking is the transportation of choice because everything is so conveniently close! Vine residents can stroll to East Colfax, which has the most condensed array of ethnic dining in the city. Choose from authentic Greek, Ethiopian, Thai and Sushi restaurants, as well as brewpubs and the 24-hour Voodoo Doughnut shop (try a Tang or bacon variety). Visit the renovated Lowenstien Theater, which now houses the Tattered Cover bookstore and coffeehouse. Peruse the world’s best record store, Twist and Shout, with live in-store music performances. For a night out, take your pick of music venues – the Fillmore Auditorium, the Ogden and the Bluebird theaters are all nearby. Or take a seat at the Sie Film Center, home to the Denver Film Society and screenings of independent films.
The neighborhood is served by Moore Elementary School on 846 Corona Street, Morey Middle School at 840 E. 14th Avenue and East High School at 1545 Detroit Street. All Denver Public Schools.