Byers neighborhood is named after William Newton Byers. Upon moving to Denver, he built and lived in several mansions, including the one known as the Byers-Evans House. The Byers-Evans House is now a museum and is located next to the Denver Art Museum in Downtown Denver. Byers also lived in a mansion on a large tract of land between Washington and Pearl Streets, some historians believe 171 Washington Street was the address. William N. Byers Junior High School was named in his honor.
Turnkey Investment Property With Excellent Cash Flow And Low Maintenance. Up Down Duplex With Tons Of Updates To Systems. Both Units Occupied With Solid Tenants In Excellent Location Close To Washington Park, Cherry Creek & Downtown. New Roof In 2...
Love At First Sight - A Well Maintained, Brick Tudor Style Home Tucked Away On A Quiet Block In The Byers Neighborhood. An Up And Coming Area Within Easy Reach Of Downtown And Walking Distance To Many Sobo Destinations Or A Bike Ride To Wash Park....
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