Kentwood City Properties to Host Platt Park/Washington Park and Curtis Park Bicycle Tours
Posted by Douglas E. Lierle — July 2, 2013
DENVER – Kentwood City Properties is hosting its first 2013 neighborhood bicycle tours on Sunday, July 14th. The first tour through Platt Park and Washington Park will run from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., while the Curtis Park tour will begin at 6:00 p.m. in order to enjoy the early evening and a dinner at the highly regarded Populace restaurant. Participants will enjoy touring unique properties on Denver’s B-cycles, which is great for the riders and the environment alike.
The Platt Park/Washington Park bike tour will include visiting a number of homes in the neighborhood while learning a bit about the rich history of the area. Riders will enjoy a box lunch from Cinque Soldi Salumeria restaurant, plus some fun goodies complements of Kentwood City Properties. Participants may bring their own bike or ride the B-cycles provided by Kentwood City Properties and Denver Bike Sharing. The tour will begin at the Louisiana Station at 11:00 a.m.
The Curtis Park tour will begin at 6:00 p.m. at Coffee at the Points located at 27th and Welton. The ride will feature a tour through Five Points and different districts of the neighborhood, including Curtis Park, San Rafael, Enterprise Hill, Ball Park, and RiNo. The area features Denver’s first community park, the first trolley line in Denver, and is the center of Denver’s African American Community along Welton Street. Participants will enjoy historic properties, plus current and future developments that help make Curtis Park a diverse, mixed-use neighborhood.
For more information on the Curtis Park tour, contact John Hayden and Keith Pryor at 303-297-3994, email HaydenPryor@msn.com.
Kentwood City Properties will be hosting additional bike tours throughout the summer and early fall on the second Sunday of each month, including tours of Stapleton, LoDo and Riverfront, and the LoHi neighborhoods. Please call Kentwood City Properties for more information at 303-820-2489, and check out Kentwood City’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/KentwoodCityProperties.
Denver’s B-cycles have been called “magic bikes” by those who use them. Bike sharing makes it economical and convenient to use bikes for trips that are too far to walk but too short to drive. Members can use a B-cycle to run an errand, grab lunch, travel from bus stop to your office, or just get some fresh air. For more information, visit www.denver.bycycle.com.
About Kentwood City Properties
Kentwood City Properties, formed in 1999, is the newest member of Kentwood Real Estate, known nationally as Denver’s premier real estate company. The company’s street-front office at the corner of 17th and Wynkoop streets is comprised of 52 of metro Denver’s most experienced real estate professionals serving residential buyers, sellers, and developers, and commercial real estate services for buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants. For more information phone 303-820-CITY(2489), and visit online at www.kentwoodcity.com.