About this Neighborhood

Hale is arguably one of the more underrated neighborhoods in Denver. While it’s still growing and changing, today’s Hale still has much to offer those who call it home. Hale is located just east of Congress Park and offers some of the best hospitals and medical care in the city.

Hale provides great access to public transportation, and like all of Denver, has easy routes for bikers looking to commute. Hale also offers a variety of different parks including Lindsley and Belleview to appeal to the nature lover in us all.

One of the best parts of living in Hale would have to be its diverse and delicious dining scene. Unique local watering holes and restaurants keep patrons coming back for more every time. And, between Safeway, King Soopers, and Trader Joe’s, there is no shortage of grocery stores. So, if great food, parks, and transportation sound like your cup of tea, Hale might just be the neighborhood for you.

Neighborhood Features

  • Proximity: Close to City Park, Colfax Avenue (shops and eateries), Cherry Creek (restaurants and shopping)
  • Entertainment: City Park, running and biking trails, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver Zoo
  • Food: Trader Joe's, Dae Gee, Snooze, Falafel King, Swing Thai
  • Walk Score: 74 Transit Score: 50 Bike Score: 76