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Redfin Named Athmar Park One of Denver’s Hottest Neighborhoods for 2017

“Redfin research shows that over the past five years, home prices in urban cores have shot up 50 percent faster than in the metro areas as a whole,” said Redfin chief economist Nela Richardson. “Our data on homebuyer activity shows that this year people are bypassing the most expensive areas in the center city in…

Athmar Park Neighborhood Association is launching an Active Living Coalition!

What is the Athmar Park Active Living Coalition? The Active Living Coalition is part of the Athmar Park Neighborhood Association and is a group of community members and partners committed to improving public health by promoting and improving the conditions for walking, biking and wheelchair-rolling. What are the goals of the Athmar Park Active Living…

“Transform Your Lawn” Program a Great Success!

Twelve households ditched grass in favor of low-water native plants and helped make a new neighborhood program a fabulous step towards a more beautiful, sustainable, and community-oriented Athmar Park. Here are some before and after pictures:     The Athmar Park “Transform Your Lawn” program was designed to inspire, empower and support households in our…

Launching the “Transform Your Lawn” Program

Have you wanted to get rid of your grass and plant vegetables gardens and xeriscape landscapes instead? You are not alone! Many Athmar Park residents want to make this transformation, but want to learn more about how to do it and be part of a supportive community. The Athmar Park “Transform Your Lawn” program is…

Lucky District 7 February News

The latest newsletter from Councilman Clark was sent out today highlighting the Broadway-Mississippi improvements that are coming this year. Check it out and sign-up to receive it monthly in your email inbox. Source: Lucky District 7 February News

Crime rose in every Denver neighborhood last year

Athmar Park is at the top of the list for theft from motor vehicle, up 63%, but one of the lowest for total crime increase at only 1.6%. Almost two months into 2016, Denver Police are scrambling to make the city safer than last year.  Source: Crime rose in every Denver neighborhood last year