Congress Park is a neighborhood located in the city of Denver, Colorado. Although it has an urban location, the community prides itself on having a small town atmosphere. The community incorporates a significant portion of East Seventh Avenue Parkway, which borders the 7th Avenue Historic District, the largest historic district in Denver. The community can easily be located by the tall antenna on top of the Communications Center of the City and County of Denver, which is situated at the northern end of the community.
The rent prices for apartments in Congress Park Denver typically start around $1300 per month and go up to $2415 rent per month. Most apartments in Congress Park Denver offer amenities like in-unit washer and dryers, clubhouses, hot tubs, and swimming pools.
Residents of Congress Park Denver have access to a wide selection of local activities, restaurants and shops to enjoy. Congress Park itself contains a large public swimming pool, multiple athletic fields, eight tennis courts, a picnic pavilion and a children's playground. The community is adjacent to the Denver Botanic Gardens, which is a beautiful 23 acre park containing themed gardens, a conservatory and an amphitheatre. Congress Park Denver has dozens of dining opportunities, including everything from a Starbucks to the Chipotle Mexican Grill. Congress Park Denver also has a variety of unique specialty shops, and the huge Cherry Creek shopping center offers a Macy's, Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus just one mile away.
Most Congress Park Denver apartments are pet-friendly, allowing both cats and dogs. The community borders the Josephine Gardens dog park where pet owners can let their pets get some exercise. In addition, Congress Park Denver is within just a few miles of two veterinary hospitals, the Capitol Hill Animal Care Center and the VCA Firehouse Animal Hospital. Pet food and supplies can be purchased from several nearby retailers, including Chuck and Don's Pet Food Outlet, A Pet's Paradise, and Two Pals & A Pup.
Congress Park Denver is an excellent location for commuters as it is just a few miles from downtown Denver. Denver's public transportation is inexpensive and convenient, with service operated by the Regional Transportation District (RTD).
Congress Park is in the Denver Public School system, and the public Teller Elementary School is located in the heart of the community. Other local public schools include Bromwell Elementary School, Carson Elementary School, Palmer Elementary School, Steck Elementary School, and East High School. In addition, Children's Garden Montessori School and the Denver Waldorf School are nearby private schools. Catholic schools near the community are the Christ the Roman King Catholic School and Good Shepherd Catholic School.