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Double Black Diamonds in Denver

Posted on November 11, 2020   |   by   |   Job Seekers, New Grads, Work Environment

Medicine in the Mile High City–Denver

Author Jill Gilliland

Residents of Denver boast that it is one of the most walkable and exciting cities in the United States. The city boasts three major sports stadiums, a performing arts center to compete with New York, a myriad of colleges and more. 

Visit Denver: https://www.denver.org/denver-meetings-conventions/decide-on-denver/denver-facts/

Living in Denver:

Cost of Living Calculator -Denver is considered to be one of the most affordable metropolitan cities in the West. 

City Breakdown – 

Denver is dripping with street art, microbreweries, and more. The pulse of Denver is the downtown (where you can also find the sports stadiums). But there are so many areas young professionals love to live in.

Capitol Hill

This is a long-time favorite for first-timers and locals alike. It’s Colorado’s most densely populated neighborhood, so there are plenty of people around and a lot of bars and restaurants to enjoy. It has an eclectic mix of people to keep the days and nights interesting.


Uptown starts where Capitol Hill leaves off at East Colfax, heading north to around 20th Avenue. Looking at Google maps and Wiki, this area is historically known as North Capitol Hill, though no one I’ve ever met calls it that. Nevertheless, this neighborhood shares a lot in common with Capitol Hill in terms of proximity and sharing of attractions.

The Highland

The Highlands, also referred to singularly as Highland (less common), is a sweet spot to live. The neighborhood has a more residential/suburb feel to it, but still includes vibrant sections of nightlife and dining spread throughout. Some of the most popular clusters of bars are Highland Square at 32nd Avenue and Tennyson Street starting at 38th going north to 46th Ave. The region is named so because it’s raised up on a hillside overlooking the city.

P.S. One of Our Teams Favorite Things to Do Outside of Denver? Visit the Red Rocks for a Concert you’ll never forget.

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