7th Avenue Parkway was created in 1912 by some of the day’s best minds including the visionary behind New York’s Central Park, Frederick Law Olmstead. A drive down the Parkway, from Logan to Colorado Boulevard, evokes images of long ago with the grandeur of large mansions, perfectly manicured streets with park-like medians, and the canopies of trees as old as the historic homes themselves.
Homes date back to the late 1800s with the large mansions of this neighborhood facing the parkway and the more modest structures to the north and south of the parkway. Architectural styles consist of Neo-Classical, Colonials and Denver Squares on the Parkway and the classic Denver Bungalow and smaller Victorians filled in behind.
An active and family-friendly neighborhood where you will see your neighbors walking along the Parkway from Spring to Fall, as well as other runners, cyclists and dog walkers.
Located along 7th Ave from Logan to Colorado Blvd (east-west).