Stapleton is a national model for urban development that takes the best parts of Denver’s classic neighborhoods, applies new ideas about sustainability and bring their neighborhoods to life. With a wide variety of home collections, flexible commercial property and major retail destinations, Stapleton is a place for kindred spirits.
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Restaurants: Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria, Texas de Brazil, Next Door, Cattivella, Concourse Restaurant Moderne
Public Schools: Denver School of Science and Technology Stapleton High School, Odyssey Charter Elementary School, Westerly Creek Elementary School, William (Bill) Roberts K-8 School
Parks: Central Park, Fred Thomas Park, Greenway Park, Founders Green
Activities: “The neighborhood is home to many parks and open spaces, including Central Park, a haven for dogs, joggers, cyclists and rollerbladers. Biking and hiking paths connect the area to the 17,000-acre Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, where city gives way to prairie. It's not unusual to spot golden eagles soaring in the skies above and bison wandering the wilderness. Stapleton's skate park, six community pools, three community gardens and 50 parks also beckon outdoor lovers. After enjoying the outdoors, relax and take advantage of the shopping and dining at The Shops at Northfield Stapleton.”
Find out more about the Stapleton neighborhood.
The neighborhood is bound by Quebec Street to the west and runs as far east as I-225. The northernmost boundary abuts the Rocky Mountain Arsenal and the southern edge is East Montview Boulevard.