Sunnyside is Denver's next great neighborhood

Information in this article provided by Margaret Jackson

Sunnyside in northwest Denver is alive with development, and more is on the way, thanks to the impending arrival of light rail. With historic housing and a great location, what's not to like?

The Larimer Group recently opened Sunnyside Burger Bar -- and though the restaurant is technically across from Sunnyside in LoHi, its name is a testament to the popularity of the neighborhood.

Tamburello and Pottle also are redeveloping the southeast and southwest corners of 41st Avenue and Tejon Street.

In the last few months, the neighborhood also has attracted a small grocer -- Sunnyside Natural Market -- to 4401 Tejon St.

As more people discover the area, restaurants and shops are opening, and developers are building a mix of commercial, retail and residential buildings.

The Lindstrom Building is home to Marley Coffee at 4730 Tejon St., from Rohan Marley, Bob's son.

Now, as more and more people are priced out of LoHi, development has jumped across 38th into Sunnyside -- the next Denver neighborhood destined for growth. Read all about it...