The 7th Avenue Historic District runs from Logan Street to Colorado Blvd. and from 6th to 8th Avenues. The East 7th Avenue Historic District preserves one central neighborhood and three pieces of the park system. The District was developed at the height of the City Beautiful Movement. When the development reached Williams Street, the plan was implemented, creating the East 7th Avenue Parkway and the Williams Street Parkway. The city bought the parkway land in 1912 and redesigned the streets.
7th Avenue Historic District Real Estate Statistics
This Stunning Two-story Brick Victorian Home Is Found In The Sought-after 7th Avenue Historic District In Denver. Located In The North End Of The Country Club Neighborhood, You’ll Find This Gem Ready To Move In With No Detail Left Unaddressed. Fea...
1904 Denver Square Gem Located In The Heart Of 7th Avenue Historic District. Original Woodwork Throughout, Including Beautiful Quarter-sawn Hardwood Floors And Built-in Cabinets In Dining Room. Four Bedrooms Upstairs With A Large And Bright Bonus...
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