The neighborhood of Capitol Hill earns its place in Denver history as one of the most colorful and vibrant. Once known as Millionaire's row, Denver's most influential in the 1880s and 1890s lived in the Grand houses on Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, Logan, Pennsylvania and Colfax. The history of the Capitol Hill neighborhood encompassed an ambitious group and witnessed the construction of its flagship building, the State Capitol. For 150 years Capitol Hill has been instrumental in the growth and development of Denver.
Capitol Hill has evolved to an eclectic area of diversity and innovation. The area houses many historic buildings and classic mansions some of which have been converted to apartment buildings, condominiums and office areas. Capitol Hills is a charming blend offering a city lifestyle with its museums, coffee shops, retail centers, governmental and commercial spaces in a historically significant residential spot.
Home buyers looking for a condominium/apt can expect to see prices from the low $200's. Single family homes range from the mid $400's to the many millions.
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