South of town the large suburbs of Littleton and Centennial offer good schools and housing, and still further south Castle Rock offers family living in more of a country setting, though growth in this direction has been maybe a little too rapid.Aurora, to the east is very large but rather featureless, as is Lakewood to the west.If you’re looking for a skinny-jean-wearing, man-bun-sporting dude, you will probably have better luck in Cap Hill than say, Lodo.
The “Lo Do,” or Lower Downtown area just to the northwest of the main downtown features renovated late 19th century commercial and factory buildings repurposed into small business, entertainment and shopping venues, accessible, walkable and livable at all times.
This area is anchored by the nicely restored Denver Union Station rail terminal, and the crown jewel is the industrial revival-style Coors Field ballpark.
Many have good town centers of their own and plenty of local employment, especially those near the Denver Tech Center to the south.
Close to the city, the Cherry Creek area and the Park Hill neighborhood east of the large “City Park” offer excellent living just a few miles from the downtown core.
Though, to be fair, "Menver" was a pretty obvious linguistic move.