Regis Neighborhood Highlights
Originally part of the Berkeley neighborhood, the Regis neighborhood was formed in the 1960s after the construction of I-70. The neighborhood’s location is ideal, with proximity to I-70, the mountains, Downtown Denver, and popular areas like the Highlands and LoHi. The neighborhood is quiet and residential, with a unique blend of families, students, and business professionals due to the proximity to popular Regis University. Regis draws undergrad and graduate students from around the country, adding diversity and character to this quaint neighborhood.
Homes are inviting and picturesque, with historic brick homes, bungalows, and brownstones. Mature trees line the streets. Low crime rates, an active neighborhood association, and ideal location attract residents to the Regis neighborhood. The neighborhood’s affordable prices paired with being near Downtown Denver and the amenities of city living make it a popular place to call home.
The neighborhood is dotted with local breweries and restaurants, coffee shops, and brunch spots. With great schools, beautiful parks, and spectacular views, Regis is a perfect neighborhood for everyone.
Willis Case Golf Park
To Downtown: 15 min
Walk score: 51
Bike score: 59
Transit score: 37