Sloan's Lake Neighborhood History

In what is known as one of Denver’s most-up-and-coming places to live, Sloan’s Lake Neighborhood possesses choice sunsets, recreational activities, restaurants, modern housing, and a swath of new development. The boundaries are 29th Avenue to the North, 17th Avenue to the South, Federal Boulevard to East, and Sheridan Boulevard to the West. With Denver’s second largest park and the city’s largest body of water, the neighborhood has been a place of interest for Denverites since the lake’s miraculous origin in 1861. Although many of its historic places are no longer standing, their influence is still present in the Sloan’s Lake Neighborhood legacy.