Cheesman Park is an urban park and neighborhood in the City and County of Denver, Colorado, United States. It is located in the City and County of Denver.
Although the Cheesman Park area was acquired by the Municipal of Denver area in 1883, development was slow at initially, and city plats from as far back as 1868 show that it is one of the city’s earliest neighborhoods. As soon as the park’s construction was completed in 1915, the area began to be developed, with enormous homes built for some of the city’s wealthiest residents. Since the 1930s, however, the area has gotten denser, thanks to the construction of a large number of apartment complexes.
Cheesman Park is bounded on the north and south sides by Colfax and 8th Avenues, and on the east and west sides by Downing and Josephine Streets. It is located in the northwest corner of the city. The Cheesman Park neighborhood is frequently considered to be a part of Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood (to the west). This is because the northern residential area of Cheesman Park was included in the city’s “Capitol Hill” subdivision on February 14, 1882, and the southern residential area was included in the city’s “South Division of Capitol Hill” subdivision on August 26, 1882, both of which were part of the “Capitol Hill” subdivision. As of that time, this “fashionable residential sector” was home to the “business and professional class” of the city.
Because of the large number of high-rise and mid-rise apartments and condominiums around the park, the neighborhood has a population density of more than 12,000 people per square mile, which is significantly higher than the city’s average density of 3,600 people per square mile.
In addition to modern, densely packed housing units, the neighborhood is home to three of Denver’s residential historic districts: Wyman’s, Morgan’s Addition, and Humboldt Island, among others. Homeowners in these historic districts can now enjoy a wide range of architectural styles from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century.
Cheesman Park has a distinctly urban feel to it, because to its density and proximity to the city’s core business district. The crime rates in the neighborhood are comparable to those in the rest of the city. In addition to the 23-acre (93,000 m2) Denver Botanical Gardens, which is located north of the park between 13th and Colfax avenues, it features various areas of commercial activity, particularly north of the park between 13th and Colfax avenues.
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