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Old 10-05-2008, 10:21 PM
 
Location: Tampa Bay, FL
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A friend just moved to this area and likes it a lot. He suggested that we look into it. It's Northwest of LoDo and his cross streets are Tejon and 40th.

Just curious for some opinions w/r/t this part of Denver.
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Old 10-05-2008, 11:42 PM
 
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I have been throught this many times over many years because Tejon, going south, is a good cross street from West 44th and West 46th to Speer. West 44 ends at Tejon at Chafee Park. It has changed much from a rougher area where now you see some business redevelopment on Tejon. The area has benefited from the redevelopment of the area, south of 38th which is moving up Tejon, from the Highland Area gentrification.

The area should benefit from the building of the rail station, on the Gold Line on east 41st and Fox. This is part of the large Fastracks transportation project http://www.rtd-fastracks.com/main_1 This is considered the
38th Street Station. It seems far away, but there is planned to be a pedestrian bridge from the station, west to 41st and Inca. This will bring the residential areas west into a walkable distance to the station. I think as time goes on, this area of Sunnyside will experience good gentrification because of this station. This station location is now considered the preferred alignment, among many options, and will be included in the Final EIS (Environmental Inpact Statement) to the Feds for approval.

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Old 10-06-2008, 08:38 AM
 
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I moved into this neighborhood a few months ago and I love it. it is much more affordable then the highlands and accessable to all major throughways. It is quiet, dispite the proximity to highways etc. THere are some less polished parts but that is the reality of the city. I kinda like it b/c it keeps things real and not as gentrified. HOwever, it is close enough to some of the more polished neighborhoods so you can take advantage of them.
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