Downtown Colorado Springs Art. Attractions. Architecture.
Downtown Colorado Springs is the heart of the region. The downtown area is active, energetic, and full of great shops and attractions. Bolstering the culture and community is a growing food and beverage scene with industry leading restaurants, coffee merchants, and craft breweries. The neighborhood was first developed in the early 1900’s, comprised of a mix of unique and historic homes. From craftsman style to Victorians, 1950’s and 1960’s ranchers to modern architecture, the Downtown Colorado Springs real estate market offers a little something for everyone.
Downtown Colorado Springs runs along side Monument Valley Park with stunning mountain and Pikes Peak views. The homes in the downtown area are just east of the hub of commercial buildings and businesses. Just north is the beautiful Colorado College campus and the Old North End. Rounding out the southern portion of downtown Colorado Springs you will find new hotels, restaurants, and a soon-to-be-built soccer stadium for the Colorado Springs Switchbacks, scheduled to be opened Spring of 2021.
Things to do:
- Parks and Trails
- Night Life
- Historic Kimball’s Peak Theater
- Local Coffee
- Ice Skating (Winter Only)
- Olympic Museum
- Jack Quinn’s Running Club
- Bike Downtown
- Colorado College Hockey Arena (Coming soon!)
- Seasonal Parades
- Pioneer Museum
- Battlefield Colorado (Outdoor Laser Tag)
- Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts
- City Rock (Indoor Rock Climbing)
- City Auditorium
Other great neighborhoods to explore if you are thinking about living in Downtown Colorado Springs, depending on budget and criteria of home, are: Old Colorado City, Ivywild, Old North End, Manitou Springs, and Shooks Run.
Working with a local professional in the Downtown Colorado Springs area or on the west side of Colorado Springs is a must! Let one of our many Venterra Real Estate Agents assist you in finding the perfect home. Click here to contact us.