Englewood is home to 35,000 people in the heart of the Denver metropolitan region. Minutes from world-class art and entertainment venues in downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountain foothills, Englewood itself is home to major medical and manufacturing facilities along with its own foodie, arts, and startup communities centered in historic downtown Englewood and the Central Business District. Amidst industrial complexes and residential areas, you’ll find all the cultural aspects of a city center: delicious dining options, low-key happy hours, live music venues, integrated and innovative museums, and sun-filled parks.
Englewood is bike and public-transit-friendly. The light-rail drops passengers at CityCenter Englewood, where you can catch another train downtown or south to Littleton. There are 20 miles of bike trails cyclists can access which are also connected to other major metro trails. The City of Englewood and RTD also operate a free shuttle named “Art.” Art runs Monday through Friday and takes riders from CityCenter to Englewood Parkway, where cafes, retail, and other amenities await.
Belleview Park is a 36-acre open space that contains a petting zoo, playground, multiple pavilions, miniature train, dog park, creek, sports fields, and Pirate’s Cove Water Park—a family water park with rides and slides, including a lazy river and beach area. The Museum of Outdoor Arts at CityCenter is not to be missed. The indoor exhibits rotate through in the Englewood Civic Center, but you can find about 33 outdoor statues around the Center itself. The museum represents an effort by the city of Englewood to blend art with businesses and landscapes.
The Gothic Theatre was originally built in the 1920s in grand art deco style and although the front façade was altered in the ’40s and then renovated again in 1998, the historic interior stayed. This historic venue has been rebuilt from its original purpose as a movie theatre to what is now a premier part of Colorado music.
Arapahoe Acres neighborhood is on the National Register of Historic Places. Located between East Bates and East Dartmouth avenues and South Marion and South Franklin streets, its wooden street signs, staggering architecture, and a great deal of lawn art, this community is worth strolling through.
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