Downtown Colorado Springs Real Estate

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Downtown Colorado Springs includes several communities located adjacent to the downtown business district, Colorado College and the US Olympic Training Center.

With a population of 7,479, Downtown has a lot to offer including an abundance of restaurants, shopping, nightlife and other entertainment.

Downtown Colorado Springs is a diverse place with character, including tree-lined streets, plenty of parks, museums and attractions, as well as many locally-owned and unique businesses and restaurants.

Historic homes surround the beautiful Colorado College founded in 1874.

The area includes several types of home from ranch-style 50's houses to stately and expensive victorian mansions downtown.

These neighborhoods include the Old North End, Spring Creek, Patty Jewet and Divine Redeemer. The neighborhoods are served by School district 11.

 

80903 ZIP CODE     Area Info

 

  • Population (2010 Census): 7,479
    Cost of Living Index: 89.4
    Median Age: 36.2
    Median Home Price: $112,043
    Median Household Income: $224,670
  • Elevation: 6,010
    Population Density: 1546 per square mile
    Unemployment Rate : 8.7%
    Average Tempature: 52*
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Neighborhoods - Downtown Colorado Springs Real Estate

Downtown Colorado Springs is a diverse place with character, including tree-lined streets, plenty of parks, museums and attractions, as well as many locally-owned and unique businesses and restaurants.

Historic homes surround the beautiful Colorado College founded in 1874.

The aincludes several types of home from ranch-style 50's houses to stately and expensive victorian mansions downtown.

These neighborhoods include the Old North End, Spring Creek, Patty Jewet.

 

The Old North End: http://oldnorthend.org/
• Spring Creek: http://www.springcreekneighborhood.com/

 

Education - Schools in Downtown Colorado Springs

Children in the Downtown Colorado Springs area attend schools in the Colorado School District #11. There are many higher education opportunities in the Colorado Springs area like Colorado College, a four year liberal arts college and Pikes Peak Community College. 

Taylor Elementary School: http://taylor.d11.org/Pages/default.aspx
• North Middle School: http://north.d11.org/Pages/default.aspx
• Palmer High School: http://palmer.d11.org/Pages/default.aspx
University of the Rockies: http://rockies.edu/
Pikes Peak Prep: http://pikespeakprep.org/
Community Prep School: http://www.communityprepschool.org/
Colorado College: http://www.coloradocollege.edu/
Colorado Springs Conservatory: http://www.coloradospringsconservatory.org/
University of Colorado - Colorado Springshttp://www.uccs.edu/
• Pikes Peak Community Collegehttp://www.ppcc.edu/

Health Care - Hospitals in Downtown Colorado Springs

There are a number of reputable care facilities in the Downtown Colorado Springs area including the University of Colorado Health's Memorial Hospital Central, HealSouth Rehab and Penrose - St. Francis.

• Memorial Health Systems: http://www.memorialhealthsystem.com/
• HealthSouth Rehabilitation Clinic: http://www.healthsouth.com/
• Affordable Medical Supply: http://affordablemedmart.com/
Interm Health Care: http://www.interimhealthcare.com/coloradosprings
Penrose - St. Francis Health Services: http://www.penrosestfrancis.org/

Restaurants - Dining in Downtown Colorado Springs

The Downtown Colorado Springs is home to a vibrant and growing food scene. Whether you crave comfort food or fancier fare, the Downtown area has you covered. Head over to Paninos for some delicious Italian or stop by Jose Muldoon's for Mexican food. Plenty of restaurants in the area to satisfy even the most picky of foodies. 

• Springs Orleans: http://www.springsorleans.com/
• Nosh: http://www.nosh121.com/
Paninos: http://www.paninos.com/
Southside Johnny's: http://www.southsidejohnnys.biz/
Jose Muldoon's: http://www.josemuldoons.com/
Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery: http://www.thewarehouserestaurant.com/
The Olive Branchhttp://www.thewarehouserestaurant.com/

Recreation - Parks in Downtown Colorado Springs

When you head to Downtown Colorado Springs you will not have a shortage of things to do. Many parks and recreational centers are found throughout this beautiful city and the Downtown area is no exception. You can take a tour of the U.S. Olympic Training Center which is used by athletes from all over the world to train for the games. Maybe you are feeling a little adventurous, test your climbing skills at City Rock or spend the day exploring the areas many parks. The Downtown area is also home to the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center where you can spend the day gazing artwork or going to the theater or museum.

• America The Beautiful Park: http://www.springsgov.com/Page.aspx?NavID=1459
• City Rock: http://www.climbcityrock.com/
• Pikes Peak Ranger District: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/
• Monument Valley Park: http://www.springsgov.com/Page.aspx?NavID=1995
• U.S. Olympic Training Complex: http://www.teamusa.org/Colorado-Springs
• Colorado Springs Fine Art Centerhttp://www.csfineartscenter.org/

Worship - Churches in Downtown Colorado Springs

The Downtown Colorado Springs area is home to many places of worship. The area offers newer more modern churches as well as historic older churches. Churches include St. Mary Cathedral, First United Methodist and many more. 

• First Christian Church: http://www.gccommunity.org/
• First United Methodist: http://www.fumc-cs.org/
• Saint Mary Cathedral: http://www.stmaryscathedral.org/
• Grace and St. Stephens Episcopal: http://www.gssepiscopal.org/
• First Congregational Churchhttp://fcucc.org/

Retail - Shopping in Downtown Colorado Springs

Downtown Colorado Springs has some fun and unusual shops that are worth visiting. The Art on The Street project features many local artists selling their creations for tourists and locals alike. Be sure to check out Poor Richard's, a combination of book store, restaurant, coffee and wine bar and toy store it you are looking for something really unique. You can head a little to the west of downtown and spend the day at the Historic Colorado City Shopping District where you'll find charming shops in a small town setting on tree lines streets.

• Art On The Street: http://www.downtowncs.com
Colorado Expressions: http://www.coexpressions.com/
Poor Richard's: http://www.poorrichardsdowntown.com/
• Savory Spice Shop: http://www.savoryspiceshop.com/colorado/colorado-springs.html
• Old Colorado City: http://shopoldcoloradocity.com/