Athmar Park

Traditional Suburb Living
The majority of Athmar Park’s homes were built during the 1940’s and 1950’s. This was due to a major housing boom that occurred after World War II had ended, which is ultimately what gave Athmar Park its traditional neighborhood setting that persists today. In the middle of Athmar Park is Huston Lake Park, which is a hotspot for the residents that live in town. The park features a beautiful lake where anyone can go rafting along with a guide. Athmar Park is also known for having Asian-style grocery stores in the area, which include New Saigon Market, Little Saigon Market, and Pacific Ocean Marketplace.

Athmar Park residents greatly enjoy the plethora of choices they have when looking for restaurants and bars. Throughout Athmar Park are recommended eateries that the residents love to go to themselves. Restaurants in the area include Blue Bonnet Restaurant, Maria Empanada, La Chiva Colombian Cuisine, GB Fish and Chips, and Moxie Eatery. Bars in the area include Atomic Cowboy, Li'l Devils Lounge, Candlelight Tavern, Adrift, Skylark Lounge, and 3 Kings Tavern Denver. Athmar Park is a great neighborhood for anyone looking for a traditional setting with hotspots and destinations all around town.
What Athmar Park Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Athmar Park
Studio
$
1,390
1 Bedroom
$
1,565
2 Bedroom
$
1,900

Getting to Know
Athmar Park

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: S Federal Blvd to South Platte River
North to South Boundaries: W Alameda Ave to W Mississippi Ave

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