Welcome to Stapleton
STAPLETON IS LIKE A SPRAWLING SPACE THAT'S LIKE A SUBURB WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS.
Formerly a Denver airport, Stapleton is a sprawling space that’s like a suburb within the city limits. Its residents love the room to grow, especially because it is such a family-friendly area; but the lightening-quick proximity to some of the fastest-growing urban areas of downtown Denver. With easy access to I-70 and the nearby convenience of commercial-heavy suburbs, Stapleton is a hot pick for growing families and home shoppers who want just a little bit of everything in their next home.
The most obvious shopping convenience in Stapleton is the nearness of The Shops at Northfield. Both open air shopping mall and hub for the everyday stops, like Target, Northfield is, at once, user-friendly and enjoyable. Because of thoughtful planning, Stapleton is also equipped with several town centers for shopping, dining, and other entertainment. Visit the E. 29th Avenue Town Center, Eastbridge Town Center, or the Shops at Conservatory Green and find excellent collections of local boutiques, fitness studios, beauty and nail salons, and simple restaurants. Click here for a full list of shops at each location.
While the enjoyment of simple living is easy to come by in Stapleton, that doesn’t mean there is a shortage of extraordinary activity. If you fancy a movie, the massive Harkins theater is right in your neighborhood. So is The Improv, a great spot for a good laugh on a night out. With community at the heart of the Stapleton mentality, there are also many outdoor markets, concerts, and community events to choose from, year round.
Plus, because of the great location, Stapleton is just a few minutes from favorite family activities like the Denver Zoo and the Museum of Nature and Science—no to mention all the rest that City Park has to offer.
In keeping with all the conveniences of suburban life, Stapleton makes grocery shopping easy. There is a King Soopers right in the town center; plus close access in every direction to Target, Walmart SuperCenter, Sprouts, and Trader Joe’s.
The restaurant selection is similarly trustworthy. All of your favorite fast-casual options are within minutes of every doorstep. There are some area favorite spots though! Locals love the Four Friends Kitchen. There is Casey’s Bistro + Pub or Bar Louie for good American pub fare and drinks. Brixx Pizza is great for wood-fired pizzas, or get some handcrafted Italian at Mici. Denver’s famous CubaCuba has also opened a sandwicheria in the area. There is no shortage of recognizable coffee chains; but you’re also not too far from Aurora’s Jubilee Roasting Company.
Stapleton residents are active and fit, and it is no wonder with all of the athletic opportunities. First, the Central Park Recreation Center is one of the best in the city, with more than just workout equipment to offer. Between the three town centers, there are also several fitness studios, including Orangetheory, Bladium Sports Center, Bar Method, Cross Fit, CorePower Yoga, and Pilates Evolution.
There is also a big emphasis on green spaces and park options in Stapleton. Aside from the many green parks with playgrounds, like Central Park, Arc Park, Westerly Creek Park, and Northeast District, there is also an off-leash dog park and Dayton Skate Park. In Stapleton, you also have quick access to the eastern downtown recreational offerings, like City Park and the City Park Golf Course.