Home Sales Statistics for Riverfront
Updated February, 2016

Riverfront real estate has appreciated 19.3% since February, 2015

Sold Properties (past 12 months):

Homes Sold: 120

Average Days on Market: 48

Median Days on Market: 23

Most Expensive: $3,950,000

Least Expensive: $282,000

Months of Inventory: 2

Original Price Final Price Sold Price Net Sold
Average $661,012 $652,383 $636,984 $636,625
Median $504,950 $494,500 $489,500 $489,500
Avg Price / SqFt w/o Basement $479 $473 $462 $462
Avg Price / Fin SqFt w/ Basement $480 $473 $462 $462

Homes Sold By Price Point
Months of Invertory by Price Point

Riverfront Neighborhood

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Riverfront Park in the most basic sense is an ideally located, downtown residential community. Most places where people live in the downtown area are simply clusters of buildings. Riverfront Park is a genuine neighborhood in the heart of the city. People who live here know each other, play together, party together, walk their dogs in the park together, and many organize and participate in neighborhood events.  It’s a first-name basis kind of place.

Riverfront Park is a master planned community with a carefully crafted vision, resulting in a global approach to architectural design.  In terms of heights and materials used, our design flows from one block to the next, even though buildings do not look like one another.  Eventually, as the Central Platte Valley fills in, Riverfront Park will ultimately blend in with downtown versus appear as a stand alone community.

With access to Commons Park, Confluence Park, Cuernavaca Park, Cherry Creek, and the Platte River just steps away, residents can easily walk out their front door and jog, bike, picnic, rollerblade, or whatever their fancy.  They can kayak and fish on the South Platte River, or simply relax and talk on a park bench. 

Riverfront Neighborhood Highlights:

  • All About Riverfront – Tour, Blog, Research, Explore
  • Pepsi Center – Basketball, Hockey, Lacrosse, Concerts, and more…
  • Coors Field – Home of The Colorado Rockies
  • Commons Park – Across the street.  Walk the dog, toss a Frisbee, picnic and more
  • REI Flagship Store – An adventure in itself. All the gear you’ll ever need.
  • Denver Union Station – Exciting developments are in the works for this city landmark
  • Zengo Restaurant – Latin Asian restaurant with a fun and vibrant atmosphere