Denver Ranked #11 in "Most Walkable Neighborhoods"

Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Alliance

Anthony Rael - Denver Colorado Real Estate

According to, here are the Top 15 Most Walkable Neighborhoods in America

1.  San Francisco - Chinatown, Financial District, Downtown
2.  New York - Tribeca, Little Italy, Soho
3.  Boston - Back Bay-Beacon Hill, South End, Fenway-Kenmore
4.  Chicago - Loop, Near North Side, Lincoln Park
5.  Philadelphia - City Center East, City Center West, Riverfront
6.  Seattle - Pioneer Square, Downtown, First Hill
7.  Washington D.C. - Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, Downtown
8.  Long Beach - Downtown, Belmont Shore, Belmont Heights
9.  Los Angeles - Mid City West, Downtown, Hollywood
10. Portland - Pearl District, Old Town-Chinatown, Downtown
11. DENVER - Lodo, Golden Triangle, Capitol Hill
12. Baltimore - Federal Hill, Fells Point, Inner Harbor
13. Milwaukee - Lower East Side, Northpoint, Murray Hill
14. Cleveland - Downtown, Ohio City-West Side, Detroit Shoreway
15. Louisville - Central Business District, Limerick, Phoenix Hill

The "Walk Score" is a little widget that is starting to appear on many real estate websites including Zillow and local MLS/IDX listing websites.  It basically tells you how close any particular location is to nearby amenities (businesses, parks, schools, places of worship, etc.).  They ranked 2,508 neighborhoods and although I think Denver is a wonderful place to live, I had no idea it would rate so high.  Check the site out and see where you city ranks.


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