West Colfax Reviews
The neighborhood was somewhat quiet, but they are knocking down the older homes and building 6 unit townhouses on each lot. the more that go up the more traffic there is.
I love the hustle and bustle of Denver.
I do not know what people do in my neighborhood. I don't believe this portion of the survey is very relevant to me, I don't work in the area nor have I looked for employment here. I haven't heard anyone talking about their jobs here.
I regret not doing my research before moving in the area. Though Denver is highly accessible by car, for someone who doesn't drive my options are limited. I live in the middle of a residential neighborhood close to a school, library, and 2 major roads, a highway, and an industrial district. walking anywhere takes time, and much of the bars here are dives or ethnic. If i want to go clubbing, I have to make plans to stay at someones place after or eat a cab fee. The only thing that makes living here some what worth it is the access to the light-rail.
I don't drive, so I haven't fully explored the area surrounding my neighborhood. But, there is an interesting shopping district a short bus ride away that is within a Vietnamese neighborhood. Very good food and economic. Living close to the light-rail has also opened up most of Denver to me, though my immediate area is sorely lacking in cafe's and notable shops. Shopping for groceries is a trip for me, and the closest grocery store is geared towards the Latin population and I'm unfamiliar with most of the products.
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