City Park North – Skyland Village

Year Built: 2017
Number of Residences:  68
Developer: Skyland Investment Group, LLC., Skyland Development Company, LLC., and Skyland Village, LLC
Architect: Sprocket

Welcome to Skyland Village, a stunningly stylish complement to Denver’s North City Park neighborhood. Just a pitching wedge from City Park Golf Course, Skyland Village is more than a collection of townhomes…it’s a thoughtfully planned community within a community. And once you drive into the tree-lined 4.25-acre village, you’ll see why.

Skyland Village is an urban community development of gorgeous townhomes and villas perfectly built around the beautiful Skyland Village Park. The homes feel contemporary, but they – and the village – embrace a very traditional, homey sensibility. And when it comes to amenities, they’re everything you’re looking for – and more.

Like rooftop decks that offer 180-degree views of the Denver skyline and the entire Front Range of the Rockies, from Pike’s Peak to Long’s Peak. Spectacular views worthy of a gallery photo are yours for entertaining or just relaxing.

Like the location of Skyland Village, which couldn’t be better. You’re just minutes from RiNo, Cherry Creek, LoDo, I-70 and Denver International Airport. Plus, everything you want at City Park; golf, tennis, biking, The Denver Zoo, Museum of Nature & Science, is right outside your door. Like the private, half-acre Skyland Village Park.

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City Park is a trendy area dominated by its namesake green space, featuring picnic spots, playgrounds and lakeside trails. Within the park, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science has a planetarium, an IMAX theater and temporary shows, while exotic reptiles and events draw families to nearby Denver Zoo. South of the park, East Colfax Avenue has cool cafes, retro-style bars and the Bluebird Theater concert venue.