Black Culture & Rich History
Known for its Black culture and rich history — Denver’s Five Points neighborhood is undergoing another boom. Once known as the “Harlem of the West” — Five Points was one of Denver’s first neighborhoods to develop. From the ‘30s to the ‘60s it became a hub for jazz and entertainment — thus its nickname. Today it stands as unique artist district — livened with foodie-favorite restaurants, local breweries, eclectic shops and hip cafés. Search homes for sale in Flying Horse, Colorado Springs, CO here: http://www.rehava.com
As the neighborhood undergoes yet another phase of growth, and subsequent gentrification, EDENS real estate says it wants the history and culture to remain. This spring — three Denver businesses are making the move to call Five Points home — bringing southern fare, vintage apparel and of course — a bike shop to the area. Search homes for sale in Flying Horse, Colorado Springs, CO here: http://www.rehava.com
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