From University Blvd and I-25 south to Hamden Ave and eas to I-25.
When developers launched University Hills in the early ‘50s (“A Home for You in ’52!”), it was on the edge of fields of prairie dogs and milkweed. How times change! Today, those fields are gone and University Hills, bounded by Yale to Hampden and Colorado Boulevard to I-25, is lauded for its “central” location. As the city sprawls in all directions, University Hills has become a commuter’s joy, offering an easy drive north to downtown or south to the Denver Tech Center. At the same time, the area delivers the suburban amenities many crave: spacious nearby parks (including Mamie D Eisenhower Park and its rec center), a popular library (Ross-University Hills) and scenic biking and hiking trails along the High Line Canal. While homes are mostly small to mid-size ranches with generous backyards, buyers are increasingly replacing old homes with bigger, more modern fare, particularly around Eisenhower Park, yet the area remains relatively affordable. For those looking for something near the city— but far enough away to offer a peaceful respite from the urban frenzy—University Hills is the perfect choice.