Green Valley
Valverde is an old neighborhood mostly made up of industrial buildings and traditional homes built in the 1930s and 1940s. The name Valverde is of Spanish origin and translates to “green valley”. The name originated from the town’s flourishing landscape of trees, greenery, and vegetation. Valverde is only a five minute drive to downtown Denver making it an easy commute to and from work. Many young professionals, families, and working people that have to commute into the city choose Valverde because of this convenience.

Valverde also has a great food scene in town, with many restaurants and bars to choose from. Many highly rated restaurants are available throughout town which draw large crowds at rush time each night. Restaurants in the area include Fritangas Mexican Restaurant, El Rancherito, China Jade Seafood, and The Crawling Crab. Bars to hit up for drinks include Brewery Bar II, Hi-Dive, Adrift, Sobo 151 Bar & Grill, and Skylark Lounge. Valverde is a great spot for anyone who wants to live the suburban lifestyle while the city atmosphere is just a drive
What Valverde Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Valverde
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom

Getting to Know

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: S Irving St to South Platte River
North to South Boundaries: 6th Ave to W Alameda Ave

Nearby Neighborhoods

Neighborhood Guide
Lincoln Park
From the 1850's