A Symphony of Fun, Convenience & Community
For more than 75 years, the lush campus upon which Aria is growing was home to the Sisters of St. Francis. Aria is proud to honor their legacy of community improvement, environmental stewardship, peace, goodness, and health. The mixed-use, mixed-income, inter-generational Aria community envisions a future of connectivity by creating inspiring, attainable, and diverse places that use resources efficiently and creatively.
Aria offers you the best of all worlds: It’s a tight-knit, eco-friendly community. It’s adjacent to several of Denver’s best neighborhoods, and only a few miles north of downtown. On top of all that, Aria offers genuinely easy access to all points north, south, east, and west, where Colorado’s majestic mountains and wide-ranging recreational opportunities await. View the Aria site map here.
Aria is home to gardens, pocket parks, and peaceful courtyards lined with Ponderosa and Scotch pines, crab apples, catalpas, junipers, pinyons, maples, birches, pinyons, and more.
Aria was designed to foster an active, engaged, friendly community. The various developments within Aria intend to regularly host gatherings and events.
With single-family townhomes, communal co-housing, condos, and apartments, Aria brings together a truly diverse and cohesive community.
Crescendo at Aria is quite literally across the parking lot from a Starbucks. Meet up with friends or neighbors for a coffee break, or get some work done using their free WiFi.
Within Aria, the tree-shaded streets are wonderfully quiet and uncrowded. Just beyond, you’ll find more bike- and walk-friendly neighborhoods, ready to explore.
Aria’s organic community gardens and permaculture garden add lushness to the landscape and give you the opportunity to purchase the fresh produce grown onsite.
A partnership between Regis, Aria, and the surrounding neighborhoods, Cultivate Health plans to support health and wellness with gardening classes and fresh produce sales.
Aria is designed to support your active lifestyle. Walking paths and exercise facilities are planned onsite, and a 3.7-mile wellness walk is planned to connect local parks and landmarks.
Walk your dog on Aria’s spacious grounds, Regis University’s verdant, tree-lined campus or one of the many nearby parks, like Zuni Park or Berkeley Hills Park.
The Chaffee Park-Regis Neighborhood was selected to participate in Denver’s Sustainable Neighborhoods program. Residents organize workshops, projects, and events in support.
The plaza and street in front of the historic convent building (now a coliving facility) is the symbolic and geographic heart of Aria — as well as a great venue for a street festival.
…Starbucks (1 min.), Safeway (7 min.), King Soopers (8 min.), Sprouts Farmers Market (8 min.), Super Target (10 min.), and restaurants like the Noshery or Dubbel Dutch (3 min.).
Take a class, go to a game, visit the first-rate rec center or extensive Dayton Memorial Library, or just enjoy the grounds of adjacent Regis University, founded in 1877.
Enjoy a stroll, bike ride, or picnic at Zuni Park, Rocky Mountain Lake Park, Berkeley Lake Park, Jim Baker Reservoir, Lake Sangraco, Lowell Ponds, or Clear Creek.
Hiking, biking, golfing, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, climbing, fishing, swimming, camping — the possibilities are limitless. Living in Denver, it’s all just out your front door.
Aria’s adjacent neighborhoods are both hip and family-friendly. Enjoy the restaurants, cafes, boutiques, bars, and music venues of Berkeley, Sunnyside, and Tennyson Street.
Whether your downtown Denver plans include working, dining, shopping, nightlife, going to a game, or seeing a show, every bit of it is within easy reach via Federal Boulevard.
Whether you’re jumping on I-70 or I-76 and heading to the mountains, commuting up 36 to Boulder, or taking I-25 to points north or south, it’s all accessible from Crescendo at Aria.