National Register of Historic Places listings in southeast Denver, Colorado
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Southeast Denver, Colorado.
This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in southeastern Denver, Colorado, United States. Southeast Denver is defined as being all of the city east of the South Platte River and south of Sixth Avenue. The locations of National Register properties and districts may be seen in a Google map.
There are 289 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Denver. Southeast Denver includes 42 of these properties and districts, including 3 that extend into other regions; the city's remaining properties and districts are listed elsewhere.
|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|1||Alamo Placita Park||September 17, 1986||Roughly bounded by Speer Boulevard, 1st Ave., and Clarkson St.
|2||Belcaro||February 10, 1975||3400 Belcaro Dr.
|3||Buchtel Bungalow||November 3, 1988||2100 S. Columbine St.
|4||Chamberlin Observatory||March 27, 1980||2930 E. Warren Ave.
|5||Chapel No. 1||May 6, 1982||Reeves St. on Lowry Air Force Base
|6||Cheesman Park Duplex||May 5, 1983||1372 S. Pennsylvania St.
|7||Cheesman Park Esplanade||September 17, 1986||Roughly bounded by 8th Ave., High St., the 7th Ave. Parkway, and Williams St.
|8||Clermont Street Parkway||September 17, 1986||Clermont St. Parkway from E. 3rd Ave. to E. 6th Ave.
|9||Country Club Historic District||July 10, 1979||Roughly bounded by 1st and 4th Aves., Race and Downing Sts.; also between Downing and University, E. 4th Ave. and north of Alameda Ave.
||Country Club||Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase|
|10||Cranmer House||July 27, 2005||200 Cherry St.
|11||Cranmer Park||September 17, 1986||Roughly bounded by E. 3rd Ave., Cherry St., E. 1st Ave., and Bellaire St.
|12||John and Elivera Doud House||September 28, 2005||750 Lafayette St.
|13||Downing Street Parkway||September 17, 1986||Downing St. Parkway from E. Bayaud Ave. to E. 3rd Ave.
|14||East Fourth Avenue Parkway||September 17, 1986||E. 4th Ave. Parkway from Gilpin St. to Williams St.
|15||East Sixth Avenue Parkway||September 17, 1986||E. 6th Ave. Parkway from Colorado Boulevard to Quebec St.
||Hilltop||Extends into Hale and Montclair in Northeast Denver|
|16||Evans Memorial Chapel||December 27, 1974||University of Denver campus
|17||Eugene Field House||November 1, 1974||715 S. Franklin St.
|18||Fitzroy Place||February 20, 1975||2160 S. Cook St.
|19||Four-Mile House||December 3, 1969||715 S. Forest St.
||Washington Virginia Vale|
|20||Hungarian Freedom Park||September 17, 1986||Roughly bounded by Speer Boulevard, 1st Ave., and Clarkson St.
|21||Iliff Hall||April 19, 2006||2201 S. University Boulevard
||University||At Iliff School of Theology|
|22||Lloyd M. Joshel House||December 28, 1995||220 S. Dahlia St.
|23||Kerr House||February 28, 2002||1900 E. 7th Ave. Parkway
|24||Kohn House||July 27, 2005||770 High St.
|25||Leeman Auto Company Building||September 27, 2001||550 Broadway
|26||Lowry Field Brick Barracks||September 3, 1998||200 N. Rampart Way
|27||Monaco Street Parkway||September 17, 1986||Monaco St. Parkway from E. 1st Ave. to Montview Boulevard
||Hilltop||Extends into Montclair and South Park Hill in Northeast Denver|
|28||Nordlund House||February 12, 1998||330 Birch St.
|29||Norman Apartments||December 22, 1983||99 S. Downing St.
|30||Photography and Armament School Buildings, Lowry Air Force Base||April 2, 2002||125 and 130 Rampart Way and 7600 E. 1st Place
|31||Henry Roth House||September 30, 1997||5, 7, and 9 S. Fox St.
|32||Saint Thomas Theological Seminary||July 27, 1989||1300 S. Steele
|33||Sixth Avenue Community Church||December 17, 2010||3250 E. Sixth Ave.
|34||Smith's Irrigation Ditch||October 8, 1976||Washington Park
|35||South Marion Street Parkway||September 17, 1986||S. Marion St. Parkway from E. Virginia Ave. to E. Bayaud Ave. at Downing St.
|36||South Side-Baker Historic District||October 3, 1985||Roughly bounded by W. 5th Ave., Broadway, W. Alameda Ave., and W. Fox St.
|37||Speer Boulevard||September 17, 1986||Speer Boulevard from W. Colfax Ave. to Downing St.
||Speer||Extends into Civic Center in Downtown Denver and Lincoln Park in Northeast Denver|
|38||Temple Emanuel||May 19, 2003||51 Grape St.
|39||University Boulevard||September 17, 1986||University Boulevard from E. Iowa Ave. to E. Alameda Ave.
||Belcaro, Cory-Merrill, and Washington Park|
|40||Washington Park||September 17, 1986||Roughly bounded by E. Virginia Ave., S. Franklin St., E. Louisiana Ave., and S. Downing St.
||Washington Park||Includes both the park and the neighborhood built around it|
|41||Weckbaugh House||January 16, 1984||1701 E. Cedar Ave.
|42||Williams Street Parkway||September 17, 1986||Williams St. Parkway from E. 4th Ave. to E. 8th Ave.
|||Site name||Image||Date listed/removed||Location||Summary|
|1||Broadway Bridge||Listed February 4, 1985, removed February 27, 1995||Broadway Ave.
||Demolished in Spring 1988|
|2||David H. Moffatt House||Listed June 28, 1971, removed in 1972||808 Grant St.
||Demolished in March 1972|
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- The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
- "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 19, 2013.
- Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.