The Central Park community is among Denver’s most dynamic and vibrant—filled with passionate people who believe in strong community involvement and improving the world around them. It is home to an eclectic mix of growing families, young professionals, empty nesters and numerous stand-out community leaders who are making positive change throughout Denver, the region and the world.
The Home Builders Foundation (HBF) recently partnered with Infinity Home Collection and Ascent Mobility to remodel the home of Bryan G. a 44-year-old Central Park resident and single father living
On Saturday, July 25th something amazing happened in the community, a veteran was given the gift of stability and peace of mind that his family would have a roof over
By: Marissa Jones Thrive Home Builders Central Park Rows are a part of Denver 80238’s Affordable Housing program. This housing is for those who earn between 30%-50% of the
By: Marissa Jones Spruce Townhomes, built by Northeast Denver Housing, is a part of Denver's 80238 Affordable Housing Program. This housing is for those who earn 80% Area Median Income
By: Marissa Jones Bluff Lake Apartments, built by Mercy housing, is a part of Denver's 82038 Affordable Housing program. This housing is for those who earn between 30%-50% of the
UPDATE: In 2017 Angela Williams began serving as a Colorado State Senator representing Senate District 33. Representative Angela Williams has been a resident since 2006, and is now the current
Laurie Christensen and Paul Carrara were looking for a connection. A link to community. Open space. Area amenities. And what matters to them. They found it all in Central Park.
(Photo courtesy of Stevie Crecelius and Colorado Expression) From the very beginning, David Greenberg knew the Denver School of Science and Technology (DSST) would be different. “There are three things
Meet Beverly Haddon Beverly Haddon began a relationship with the Stapleton neighborhood long before its first homes were built. The Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation was part of a
Diane Deeter was here when there were only tumbleweeds. “I was hired when the first person closed on their home,” said Deeter, the Master Community Association’s (MCA) director of programs
(Pictured above: Carolyn Dooling’s son, Nolan, in Central Park) Central Park’s Evolution … By Carolyn Dooling Central Park first came up on my radar about 12 years ago, when I
When we first moved here in 2003, one of the big selling features was the green space and Central Park, which was being built. Unfortunately, due to drought conditions, the
(Above photo: Shelby Donley in Central Park) As parents, we often see the world through our children’s eyes. Last week, my 12-year-old daughter, Shelby, asked me to go see the