Within the perimeters of Denver’s Capitol Hill district, you will find one of the most diverse and eclectic neighborhoods the city has to offer. Bounded by Broadway, Colfax, Downing and Sixth Avenue, Cap Hill for short, is located just north of Denver’s downtown and its buildings, mostly built in the 1920’s, have a charm unique in the city. On Sherman Street you’ll find Poet’s Row, a block of stately, historic apartment houses all named after lyrical luminaries such as Emily Dickenson and Robert Frost. It is even more appropriate considering Alan Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac once resided on the hill. Capitol Hill is also home to Cheeseman Park, a grassy urban oasis popular with walkers, joggers, and cyclists. Sprinkled throughout the area you’ll find all the necessary retail for urban living, including cafes, restaurants, and trendy nightspots.