Historic, charming and popular, the So Pearl St corridor is nine blocks of Victorian houses that have evolved through the decades into unique shops, galleries and trendy eateries. With proximity to Broadway, the University of Denver, Washington Park and wooded residential streets, So Pearl St manages to remain hyper-local and friendly while also centrally urban. Sunday mornings here are host to one of the region’s larger seasonal farmers markets, while music festivals run year round. Pearl St’s history is the story of transit in Denver, from trolley cars and coaches to mid-century city buses, and adjacent light rail today. The corridor is also home to dozens of wellness and professional-service businesses, with nearly 70 enterprises in all.
Created on November 7th, 2017 (last updated 6 months ago)