The Regis neighborhood, bounded by 52nd Avenue, I-70, Federal Boulevard, and Tennyson Street, is anchored by Regis University on one end and the Willis Case Golf Course on the other. This neighborhood is a 15 minute commute to Downtown Denver, with easy access to I-70, which also simplifies trips to DIA, the mountains, or concerts at Red Rocks. The popular Highlands and Berkeley neighborhoods, featuring Highlands Square and the Tennyson Street Cultural District, are just minutes away.
As the real estate boom in the neighboring Highlands area has made home prices unattainable for many Denver home-buyers, the homes for sale here have quickly grown in popularity due to lower prices and the convenient location. As more Denverites flock to this area, Regis has begun to take on an identity of its own, bringing such locally-owned businesses as The Noshery, Goldspot Brewing Company, and the Hazel & Harley salon to the neighborhood.
Regis real estate contains a variety of vintage brick homes and smaller wooden cottages, featuring mature trees and an eclectic mix of students. Smaller homes make Regis a more affordable Denver neighborhood, which offers sought-after period architecture, including Tudors, bungalows, and brownstones. The Regis neighborhood has a hint of artistic character and is surrounded by several lakes, which make the neighborhood ideal for recreation, relaxation, and walking the dog.