Open for Business
The things that make Central Park a great place to live – parks and trails, recreation, shops, restaurants and central location – also make it a great place to work. Central Park is a dynamic place of innovation and economic vitality. And if you are lucky enough to live and work in Central Park, your commute is particularly enjoyable.
Central Park provides a premier location 15 minutes from Downtown Denver, 20 minutes from Denver International Airport and 30 minutes or less from all residential neighborhoods in the city.
Central Park offers regional shopping at the Shops at Northfield with the charming Main Street boutiques and signature dining. There are also the smaller town centers such as E 29th Ave and Eastbridge that offer everything from hot-yoga to cold-cut sandwiches – or simply to meet a friend for coffee.
Small businesses are the backbone of commerce in this country, and the Central Park community is no exception. Home to more than 40 small, women- and minority- owned retail shops, medical facilities, professional service companies, and restaurants, these businesses exemplify the best of economic success, diversity and community participation Central Park has to offer.