5 Up-and-Coming Neighborhoods in Denver to Look for a Home

Courtesy  of the DenverPost.com

Sunnyside. Sunnyside is no secret to Denverites, but its full potential has yet to be realized. Although it's home to many popular eateries, coffee shops, bars, boutiques and parks, Sunnyside is primarily a quiet residential area. However, the area is bound to get busier in the coming years with the construction of the Gold Line, or "G Line," extension on the light rail. One of the future stations will be located at 41st and Fox Street – on the eastern edge of Sunnyside's border.

"I don't believe Sunnyside is anywhere near its peak," says Jeff Plous, a real estate agent with ONE Realty. "If I were an investor I'd be looking at East Sunnyside because the zoning is good, it's affordable and you can get to the Fox Street station easily."

Sunnyside offers a mix of residential housing options that range from charming, historic bungalows and mid-century ranch homes to modern townhomes – most of which are more affordable than similar structures in nearby Berkeley and Highlands neighborhoods....More