Find a Sustainable 1-Bedroom Condo Among RiNo's Restaurant Row in Denver
Sushi-spot Uchi is just the beginning of the dining options within two blocks—including Il Posto, Barcelona Wine Bar and tapas, Work & Class, Cart-Driver southern Italian, and The Ramble Hotel
“This is THE hottest downtown neighborhood,” says broker Leilani Renteria with West & Main, about RiNo and its dining scene along Walnut and Larimer Streets, north of the Ballpark District. She lives a block east in S*Park, completed last year between RiNo and Curtis Park as Denver’s only ‘agrihood’—with a professionally run greenhouse and lots of places to grow your own consumables. She has a 1-bedroom condo to show you there today by appointment that’s a rare resale in the project.
The ‘S’ in S*Park is for sustainability; with very contemporary architecture by Tres Birds Workshop that wraps a half-acre gated central park, providing lots of community garden options (Renteria grew Japanese plum tomatoes this year on her patio, with seedlings from RiNo’s Heirloom Tomato Farms).
Urban cultivator Altius Farms has its food production operation in the greenhouse anchoring the southwest end of S*Park, providing salad greens that residents get for an optional $20/week.
Under that greenhouse at the corner of Lawrence and 25th is sushi-spot Uchi—just the beginning of the dining options that are within two blocks of here—including Il Posto, Barcelona Wine Bar and tapas, Work & Class, Cart-Driver southern Italian pizza and oysters, and The Ramble Hotel with pan-Latin dining and a very trendy cocktail bar, all within a block.
The price for 2525 Arapahoe, Unit 105, is $450,000 for a main-level unit that opens onto the park, from a bright interior with 10-foot ceilings and Viking Appliances, staged today by Guest House.