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Photos: Ten best neighborhoods in Denver according to MapQuest

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Number 6: Skyland Denver Neighborhood News: "Skyland is a relatively small neighborhood bordered by Martin Luther King Boulevard to the north, East 23rd Avenue to the south, Colorado Boulevard to the east and York Street to the west. People find this area desirable because there are many near-by opportunities for outdoor recreation and because of it's close proximity to Downtown Denver. It offers an abundance of employment opportunities within a ten-minute drive. Skyland is located east of downtown and immediately north of City Park. City Park is a huge draw to the neighborhood because it provides 330 acres of running trails, play grounds, golf, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Denver Zoo."

Number 6 in 2011: Lower Downtown

Number 5: Capitol Hill Wikipedia: "Located in the City and County of Denver, Colorado, the Capitol Hill neighborhood is bounded by Broadway, Downing Street, Colfax Avenue, and Seventh Avenue, which carry large volumes of traffic around the neighborhood. It is technically located in East Denver which begins immediately east of Broadway, the neighborhood's western boundary. Many consider the Cheesman Park neighborhood to be a part of the Capitol Hill neighborhood, but as defined by the city, Cheesman Park is a separate neighborhood. Denver also recognizes a statistical neighborhood called North Capitol Hill, but this is called Uptown by many residents. Colfax Avenue is the border between these two neighborhoods...."

Number 5 in 2011: Cherry Creek

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