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PART OF A LARGER COMMUNITY
Perhaps the best thing about North End is that

it's part of something bigger. It's part of a vision

that started two decades earlier -- brought to life

in 11 other great neighborhoods, over 50 parks,

community pools, state-of-the-art schools,

a network of interconnected trails, public art

-- and nearby shopping and dining, like The Shops

at Northfield and Conservatory Green. And if
you need to explore beyond the zip code, you're

only 15 minutes from downtown, 20 minutes from
DIA and either are accessible via the University of

Colorado A Line at Central Park Station.
THE FINAL
FRONTIER
I-70
THE SHOPS
AT NORTHFIELD
DICK'S SPORTING
GOODS PARK
N O R T H E N D
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL
NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
C E N T R A L PA R K N O R T H
C E N T R A L PA R K W E S T
S O U T H E N D
E A S T B R I D G E
C O N S E R VATO R Y G R E E N
E. 29TH A
VE.
W E S T E R LY C R E E K
W I L LO W PA R K E A S T
B E E L E R PA R K
B L U F F L A K E
W I C K E R PA R K
Quebec Str
eet
Central Park Blvd.
Northfield Boulevard
Havana Str
eet
MLK Jr. Boulevard
Montview Boulevard
I-270
56th Avenue
University of Colorado A Line
Central Park Station
Prair
ie Meadow Drive

BETWEEN A GREAT CITY AND THE GREAT PLAINS

Welcome to Stapleton's final chapter. Like any
good ending, this one comes with a few surprising
twists. Because the community has not simply
been growing, it has been evolving. The North End
neighborhood will stand as a fitting tribute to some
of Stapleton's most exciting ideas. And yet, it is
something altogether inspired in its own right.

If the south side of Denver's 80238 is defined by
its city connection and urban vibe, North End is a
place that turns its attention outward, to the high
prairie and breathtaking open spaces. Where the
city becomes country.