A common factor that goes into individuals buying a home is ALWAYS the location. With location in mind in Denver neighborhoods, there are certain areas that rank higher in walkability and bike-ability than other neighborhoods. Having the option to walk down the street to the store or bike to work is one of the luxuries when living in a suburban(ish) neighborhood in Denver. At redT, we pride ourselves on building, selling, and representing neighborhoods that boast incredible walk and bike scores in the Denver Metro area.
Denver alone is ranked #4 in the nation for being one of the most bike friendly cities according to WalkScore. Biking is very important to buyers considering that there are many who do not own 4-wheels, just 2! It is becoming more common to not need a car when you are living in a neighborhood that has grocery shopping, dining options, and healthcare services within a mile of your front door. Neighborhoods are being built more efficiently to accommodate the needs of those who do not own a car. From the RTD transit system to City Bikes to Lyft Scooters, there is starting to be a shift in the standard of Denver neighborhoods.
At redT, we sell new construction homes that are in trending parts of Denver perfect for young professionals, singles, and empty nesters looking to move closer to the city to get in on more action! As of June 2020 we are selling in these neighborhoods: LoHi, Berkeley, Belcaro, Sloans Lake, West Colfax, University Park, and the Denver Tech Center. All of these neighborhoods have great rankings for transportation have it be by foot, bike, or public transit. As you have heard before, location is key when it comes to buying a home!
Walk and Bike Scores of Denver Neighborhoods with redT Listings
DENVER TECH CENTER
This condo community is made up of 1 and 2 bedroom residences with high-end finishes and expansive outdoor spaces that boast a bright and open living concept. Discover living in the DTC!
BIKE SCORE- 55
TRANSIT SCORE- 53