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Old 03-20-2010, 03:28 PM
Location: 3240 York St
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Not sure I would agree that Clayton is quite as ruff as you describe. In Fact I would suggest that in comparison with many densely populated urban cities Clayton is pretty tame.
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Old 03-25-2012, 06:19 PM
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I have lived in the clayton neighborhood for about five years now and the change *in that amount of time has been dramatic. *On our block we have several professionals (docs, computer programers, engineers, bankers ect.), college students and several hard working families that did not go to college but are business owners never the less. *We also have a mix of home owners and renters, but I cant think of one house on our block that has bars on the windows (and we are North of 34th). *In the five years that my family has lived in the neighborhood we have not had a single theft or break in. *When I lived in Westminster my truck was broken into twice.... *I agree that the light-rail will help, but I think the neighborhood is well on its way to becoming more popular because of the proximity to downtown and the large amount of fix and flips we have seen over the past two years. *
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Old 08-30-2014, 02:18 PM
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Smile Clayton neighborhood Denver, Co.

Lived in this area for20years , seen lots of changes, there are lots of rental homes but over all people keep up their property. We are getting younger . These are mostly older homes and the great thing no association to answer to if that is what you like, depends on you. My neighbor is a teacher, a policeman, I am a nurse if that is a concern.
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