Cory-Merrill is bordered by Mississippi Avenue to the North, I-25 to the South, Colorado Boulevard to the East, and University Boulevard to the West.
Cory-Merrill is a quiet, highly desirable neighborhood with tree-lined streets and a spattering of large new construction homes mingled with older brick ranches. The neighborhood is rapidly changing due to an abundance of oversized lots and has been called Denver’s leading neighborhood for “pop-tops.”
Located just south of Denver’s Bonnie Brae neighborhood, the two areas share several key attributes, including the John Paul II Center, which is home to the Archdiocese of Denver. Popular Washington Park is within walking distance where residents enjoy more than 160 acres that has long been a haven for joggers, tennis players, cyclists, dog lovers, and families who enjoy the great outdoors.
Cory-Merrill Elementary School is among the highest rated within the Denver Public School System.
The wide variety of homes in the area can fulfill nearly every conceivable budget consideration and square footage needs. It’s this diversity that attracts such a wide range of buyers seeking a Denver neighborhood that’s convenient to shopping, dining, parks, and all the attractions of the inner city.