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We regularly work on jobs in historic Denver neighborhoods.

We know how buildings were wired 10, 20, 50 and even 100 years ago. We’ll update your home to 21st century reliability, to keep your family safe, and your electronics running!

Read about these historic Denver area neighborhoods we work in all the time!

These ten communities are not only the most historic neighborhoods in Denver, but they’re also some of our city’s most popular places to live, work, eat, and play.

Capitol Hill

Many of Denver’s oldest buildings can be found in the eclectic Cap Hill neighborhood, where old and new come together. Explore some of the city’s most historic institutions, as well as its popular bars, eateries, coffee shops.

Cheesman Park

Cheesman Park is one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, which was annexed but the City of Denver in 1883. You’ll find beautiful homes and mansions dating back to the 19th century in a wide range of architectural styles, as well as the popular Denver Botanic Gardens and the namesake Cheesman Park.

Curtis Park/Five Points

You’ll find historic hotels, music venues, and bars alongside modest brick houses and elegant Victorian-style structures in this hip neighborhood.

Washington Park

Most of the area’s historic Victorian-style homes and traditional bungalows were built in the early 1900s, and today the Wash Park neighborhood with tree-lined streets is one of Denver’s most desirable places to live.

City Park

Designed in 1882 by Henry Merryweather, the 330-acre City Park makes up the majority of the neighborhood and contains some of Denver’s most notable landmarks, including the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science, Ferril Lake, and the Prismatic Fountain, dating back to 1908.


Nestled between Cherry Creek and Wash Park is this fashionable, upscale neighborhood with massive historic mansions. The neighborhood gets its name from what most know as the Phipps Mansion. Lawrence C. Phipps (1862-1958) was responsible for developing most of the area, and he lovingly called his home “Belcaro,” meaning “beautiful beloved” in Italian.

East 7th Avenue

Denver’s largest Historic District runs from Logan Street to Colorado Boulevard and spans just two blocks wide, from East 6th to East 8th Avenues. This central Denver neighborhood contains homes mostly built from the 1890s through 1930 in a variety of architectural styles, including Colonial Revival, Neoclassical, and Mediterranean Revival.

Country Club Historic District

The Country Club Historic District was designated as a Landmark District in 1990, though the neighborhood was officially established in 1909. Most of its homes date back to the early 20th century. This unique L-shaped community west of Cherry Creek includes nearly 400 residences in a variety of architectural styles, such as Denver Square and 20th century eclectic revival styles.


The term “Highlands” actually encompasses many Mile High communities, including several historic districts. William Larimer, Jr. plotted and founded the townsite in 1858, and it has since grown into one of the most elegantly charming areas of Denver. Overlooking downtown Denver, Highland is a bustling residential neighborhood featuring avenues lined with elegant old homes, cocktail bars and trendsetting restaurants.


First developed in the 1870s, Denver’s Baker neighborhood continues to be one of the city’s most diverse and dynamic neighborhoods, tucked away in the heart of town. With access to shops and eateries on Broadway, as well as beautifully preserved historic homes in styles like Queen Anne and Denver Square, Baker is a uniquely vibrant urban community.

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