In 1898, near the turn of the century, South Broadway was officially named a roadway by the City of Denver. Since then, the neighborhood has seen its fair share of change. Becoming one of Denver’s largest and most vibrant transit and transportation hubs, and attracting a variety of industries and residents to the area. Today, South Broadway (SoBo) is one of Denver’s most promising growth centers. With revitalization efforts on the rise, the area has seen a renewed interest from both businesses and potential homeowners. SOBO 58 is where the history of South Broadway, contemporary elegance, and a modern approach to life in the city converge.
Welcome to South Broadway
Where people to go eat, shop, listen, and explore.
South Broadway has long been a major transportation corridor for Denver, starting from its early beginnings as a rough road for hauling produce into the city. Today, the South Broadway neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment that keep people coming back for more. From local taverns and pubs like Declaration Brewing Company, to vintage clothing stores like Regal Vintage, to “Antiques Row,” and dozens of quaint bistros and bakeries, to live music venues, there’s something for everyone in SoBo. And although it’s home to hip nightlife and an inventive foodie culture, it’s also perfect for those who love the outdoors. Green space and outdoor recreation are the real reason why so many people move to Denver and living in SoBo allows you to do just that. With quick access to parks, trails, and light rail, you get a taste for the city while still enjoying all the nature-filled attractions Colorado has to offer.
A destination for local flavor, lush parks, and historic charm.
Once a borough of five-and-dime shops connected to a trolley line along Pearl Street, Platt Park has transformed into a popular destination that still retains its original charm. The area pays homage to its storied past with a throng of trendy shops and restaurants that have taken residence in the historic buildings along Pearl. Here you can still see the last remaining vestiges of the area’s trolley tracks peeking through the asphalt, and savor local flavor amidst exposed bricks and beams for a subtle nod to the past. With fantastic walkability to boutiques, bars, and eateries, it’s well-known for sake and sushi favorites like Sushi Den, addictive yoga and fitness studios like Karma, and some of the city’s most raved about music scenes like the iconic Herman’s Hideaway.
POINTS OF INTEREST
All things SoBo and Platt Park right outside your door.