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One of the first moves to suburbia for Denverites began in the late 1870s with a little development three miles east of Denver called Harmon. The area continued to develop for several decades into a small town. A town hall was built at Fourth Avenue and St Paul Street and still stands today. Many small truck farms and greenhouses could be found throughout the area. After World War I, the growth of the city continued eastward. Temple Buell, an early Denver architect, foresaw the movement and in 1925 bought land next to Cherry Creek. The increased use of automobiles moved shopping from downtown to outlying centers. Recognizing this, Buell announced in 1946 plans to build a shopping center on his land. After years of zoning hassles and problems with the Department of Highways, construction was finally started in 1950 - the doors of the Denver Dry Goods in Cherry Creek opened in 1953. With completion of the Sears Roebuck store on the other side of First Avenue a complete shopping center emerged. In 1955 a tunnel was built under First Avenue so shoppers could go safely between the two areas.
With the development of the exclusive shopping area, Cherry Creek became one of "the" places to live - the small homes and farms soon gave way to the building of larger homes, a trend that continues today.
Cherry Creek is a neighborhood in transition, moving from modest smaller homes on typical city lots into one of Denver's most varied residential architectural potpourri. Many of the smaller homes are being removed and replaced with luxury homes and town homes. This trend gives Cherry Creek some of the most varied housing choices, with many blocks containing a combination of small homes, now infill houses and older duplex and triplexes. The neighborhoods of Hilltop, Belcaro, Polo Club, Congress Park and Country Club surround Cherry Creek and provide a beautiful counterpoint to its new development.
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The Cherry Creek Shopping Center serves as the commercial center of the area with Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord and Taylor as the three major anchors. It also boasts around 200 specialty shops and restaurants. Immediately north of the shopping center is the Cherry Creek North Shopping District. This area has been unified by a special improvements taxing district that matches all the signage, corner treatments and landscaping. A large pedestrian mall and park benches on each corner provide places for weary shoppers or sun lovers. Overall, Cherry Creek provides an eclectic mix of specialty retail shops, commercial office space, small and large restaurants and bistros. This variety offers Denver's only neighborhood, outside of Downtown, where one can live, work and play within a ten block area.
The Cherry Creek Neighborhood Plan was adopted by the Denver City Council in March, 1986 as part of Denver's Comprehensive Plan. The Steering Committee which developed the plan continues to meet on a regular basis to monitor and review progress and new developments. A number of other special interest groups also work to maintain the livability of the neighborhood.
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There are many things to do in the neighborhood. The wonderful variety of shops and restaurants, interspersed with small pedestrian malls and fountains, makes this a perfect place for an afternoon stroll. In this district the over 40 restaurants provide something for everyone, and several small clubs have nightly entertainment. There are sidewalk days where merchants offer special values and the whole retail area makes an effort during the holiday shopping time with lovely window displays and entertainment. In the summer, there is music provided free to the public on the pedestrian mall, First Avenue to Second Avenue on Fillmore Street.
One of the most diverse residential neighborhoods, Cherry Creek North has newer homes and town homes sitting beside the typical styles of "Denver Squares" and Bungalows. New infill construction began in the early 1950s and continues today. The selection of housing includes; cluster type and mid-rise condominiums, single family homes, larger condominium/town homes and ultra-luxury attached and detached houses. The variety of home styles, the close proximity to shopping and cultural facilities of Downtown, make Cherry Creek one of Denver's most attractive neighborhoods. Homes for rent in Cherry Creek can be found on
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